Peak and Northern Footpaths Society :: Shared Description

The Peak and Northern Footpaths Society evolved from The Manchester Association for the Preservation of Ancient Public Footpaths, founded in 1824, but was officially formed in 1894 as the Peak District and Northern Counties Footpaths Preservation Society. Their green-painted, numbered and dated footpath signs are a familiar sight on northern rights of way; the first (post no. 1) was erected in 1905 and still stands at Carr Meadow near Little Hayfield (SK0347989462). Their website LinkExternal link includes lists of their signs and bridges, with grid references.
by Dave Dunford
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SK1053 : Peak & Northern Footpaths Society sign #460 by Graham Hogg
SJ9691 : Gigg Brook by Dave Dunford
SK0289 : Peak and Northern Footpaths Society by Dave Dunford
SJ9989 : Footpath from Hambleton Fold Farm by Dave Dunford
SK0588 : Peak and Northern Footpaths Society sign, Kinder Reservoir by Dave Dunford

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Created: Mon, 2 Feb 2015, Updated: Mon, 2 Feb 2015

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