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Tintwistle to the north of Longdendale, where the Pennines rise again to over 400m. Tintwistle was traditionally in Cheshire, but is now in Derbyshire. Arnfield Clough. This is a typical Pennine Clough, a series of waterfalls and the stream makes it way down through the layses of friable shales and hard millstone grit.
|Author||Clem Rutter, Rochester, Kent.|
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