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On the moors above Todmorden with Stoodley Pike above.

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The Youth Hostel building at Mankinholes, taken on a lovely sunny day. Note the lintels above the windows to the left of the building.

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A rather crowded graveyard at Mankinholes with Stoodley Pike in the background.

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c1920. Ref: 004Morgan Lit & Sci

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The Shaw, Mankinholes. The lighter building is Shaw Cottage, and the house beyond is 'The Shaw' maybe two'three houses. (2013)

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Stoodley Pike, Todmorden. Obelisk 121 ft tall on a hill 1,300 ft above sea level. Completed in 1856 at the end of the Crimean War. It is on the Pennine Way. (2013)

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Mankinholes Cross - Erected in 1755 to mark the spot where John Wesley preached at Mankinholes, near Todmorden (2013)
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