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Amazing. Did you touch the photo at all?
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Thats some telecomms tower. Where is it ?.
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....don't tell me; you've locked your key in the car and a friend has your spare and his mobile phone......

Great picture.
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Thats some telecomms tower. Where is it ?.
Give you a clue: The Sat Nav says not on map.

Near some of the topics favourite road (Cat & Fiddle A537)

Can see Jodrell Bank from up here.

In Cheshire.

Use of PS- Only to remove some ugly fence on part of skyline.

Taken 5/sept 06 on its first trip out!!!

Have a guess- will give location later.
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....don't tell me; you've locked your key in the car and a friend has your spare and his mobile phone......

Great picture.
Almost. Nokia said I needed a good signal so thought this might help perhaps
Also, I was only passing along the main road when the Sat Nav ORDERED me to turn left and "take me to my leader" flashed onto the screen.
The doors locked, the winkers winked and the car parked as shown - or was that all a dream?

(Picture real though)
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Can't fid the OS map. Is it cheeks Hill. Blind guess.
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Can't fid the OS map. Is it cheeks Hill. Blind guess.
If I remember correctly Cheeks Hill is the highest place in Staffs.

This is defo in Cheshire.
Small Hint.
It is not on Landranger 119 Buxton & Matlock but is on one that butts up to it
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Shining Tor ?.
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Can't fid the OS map. Is it cheeks Hill. Blind guess.
If I remember correctly Cheeks Hill is the highest place in Staffs.

This is defo in Cheshire.
Small Hint.
It is not on Landranger 119 Buxton & Matlock but is on one that butts up to it
I thought the highest point in Staffordshire is on The Roaches. I went there on holiday and visited the trig point there. I may be wrong or that part of The Roaches may be called Cheeks Hill...
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Not Shining Tor (highest point in Cheshire as there is no track for vehicles up there - last time I was on there was a winter with lots of snow, I was on foot and a complete white out was VERY frightening. No idea where I was at all. Took a long time to follow a wall to get to safety etc.
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Can't fid the OS map. Is it cheeks Hill. Blind guess.
If I remember correctly Cheeks Hill is the highest place in Staffs.

This is defo in Cheshire.
Small Hint.
It is not on Landranger 119 Buxton & Matlock but is on one that butts up to it
I thought the highest point in Staffordshire is on The Roaches. I went there on holiday and visited the trig point there. I may be wrong or that part of The Roaches may be called Cheeks Hill...
Cheeks hill is North of the Roaches on Axe Edge Moor between the A54 and A53 near Buxton. 520m
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Sounds as though you do field trips.
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How about Ridge Hill. Will that do you ?.
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If that is Staylbridge Ridge Hill -nope!!
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Sounds as though you do field trips.
And do I wear a sports jackets with leather patches on the elbows?
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Sounds as though you do field trips.
And do I wear a sports jackets with leather patches on the elbows?
Sounds right
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If you are interested I still have a supply of leather patches bought in 1973 from Greenwoods menswear- in new condition
Also a choice of "real" nylon sweaters in blue and green- just right for the modern man about town.
I will put my 501 slides of "Limestone Pavements" on the gallery topic soon if you do not get the setting correct.
Where was that car?
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Near Croker Hill at Sutton Common?
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