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2 images in cluster Ordnance Survey Cut Mark Benchmark Described in SE0125

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in SE0125, near Hoo Hole, taken Saturday, 14 April, 2018, by Roger Templeman

SE0125 : Benchmark on railway bridge, New Road by Roger Templeman
Benchmark on railway bridge, New Road
SE0125 : Benchmark on Mytholmroyd Methodist Church by Roger Templeman
Benchmark on Mytholmroyd Methodist Church

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Other Automatic clusters in SE0125

  1. Ordnance Survey Cut Mark Benchmark Described
  2. New Road (of which 1 shown above)
  3. Hebden Royd Path
  4. Landcover: Suburban
  5. Stake Lane
  6. Mytholmroyd Station
  7. Hollin Hey
  8. Stile on Hebden Royd
  9. Cragg Road
  10. Hall Bank Lane
  11. Shoulder of Mutton
  12. Building
  13. Cragg Brook
  14. Field
  15. Hebden Royd Footpath 59
  16. St Michael's Church
  17. Waymarked Path
  18. Fence
  19. Scout Bottom Lane
  20. River Calder
  21. Burnley Road
  22. Driveway
  23. Old Maps
  24. Brink Top
  25. Hebden Royd Footpath 67
  26. Landcover: Urban
  27. Viaduct
  28. Rochdale Canal
  29. Constructed
  30. Hathershelf Scout Wood
  31. Good Shepherd Catholic Church and Centre
  32. Flooding on Boxing Day 2015
  33. Narrow
  34. Tour de France
  35. Housing Estate
  36. Path Alongside
  37. Railway Viaduct
  38. Stile on Hebden Royd Footpath 62
  39. Cycle Route
  40. Business Park
  41. Garden
  42. Looking East
  43. Near Corner
  44. Replacement Footbridge over Cragg Brook Elphin Brook
  45. Gate Leads
  46. Water Works Valve Marker Plate
  47. Unadopted Street
  48. County Bridge
  49. Methodist Chapel
  50. Mytholmroyd Library
  51. Cricket Ground
  52. Environment Agency have been Carrying out Works
  53. Bad Condition Due to Erosion
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