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23 February 16        Along the Huddersfield Narrow Canal from Ashton-under-Lyne to Uppermill, then caught
the train back to Ashton but stopped off at Stalybridge to sample the delights of the famous Victorian buffet bar -
there's an hour between trains so time enough for a leisurely couple of pints.  Sunny.

Lock 3 on the Huddersfield Canal, near Ashton under Lyne.

Former cotton mill and chimney.

Stakes Aqueduct over the river Tame.

'Holy Trinity and Christ' church and the 'Lockgates Sundial' sculpture,
Armentieres Square, Stalybridge.

'Lockgates Sundial' sculpture by Alan Dawson.

'Holy Trinity and Christ' church and the 'Lockgates Sundial'.

Armentieres Square, Stalybridge.

Armentieres Square, Stalybridge.

Huddersfield Narrow Canal near Stalybridge.

Southern entrance to Scout Tunnel.

Lock 12w, Whiteheads Lock, above Scout Tunnel.

Lock 13w, Micklehurst Lock (also called Wharf Cottage Lock), near Mossley.

Lock 14w, Winterford Lock.

Narrowboats near Roaches Lock, (Lock 15w).

Approaching Division Bridge, Mossley.

Halls Bridge and one of the locals.

The railway viaduct and the Saddleworth Aqueduct, Uppermill, Saddleworth.
At this point the Huddersfield Canal crosses the river Tame by the Saddleworth
Aqueduct (known as "Old Sag" because of a noticeable droop in the arch below),
while above the railway crosses on the Saddleworth Viaduct.
 Just beyond the aqueduct is Lime Kiln Lock (Lock 23W).

Brownhill Countryside Centre, Uppermill, the chief attraction therein
being the Limekiln Cafe.

Frenches Marina at Greenfield, Saddleworth.

Alderman Hill from Frenches Marina.

The Victorian Buffet Bar and platform canopy at Stalybridge Railway Station.

Inside the Victorian Buffet Bar.

Stalybridge Railway Station.

Sun setting on the Ikea store, Ashton.

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