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The East Lancashire Railway
The East Lancashire Railway
Culture
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
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The East Lancashire Railway

Running between Heywood and Rawtenstall with immediate stations at Bury Bolton Street, Burrs Country Park, Summerseat, Ramsbottom and Irwell Vale is The East Lancashire Railway at 12 and a half mile long. On the 3rd of June 1972 passenger services between Rawtenstall...

The Singing Ringing Tree
The Singing Ringing Tree
Culture
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
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The Singing Ringing Tree

The Singing Ringing Tree, set on the Pennine hill range overlooking Burnley, is a wind powered sculpture with sound and resembles a tree. East Lancashire Environmental Arts Network (ELEAN) created the Pamopticons (Structures providing a comprehensive view) arts and...

Robin Hood’s Well
Robin Hood’s Well
Culture
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
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Robin Hood’s Well

On the edge of the ancient Forest of Rossendale in Lancashire, situated near Helmshore is Robin Hood’s Well. Nearby is an ancient pilgrim’s route passing by the Pilgrim’s Cross which has been there since AD 1176 on Holcombe Moor and goes through Haslingden on the...

Hail Storm Hill
Hail Storm Hill
Culture
Tuesday, 21 March 2017
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Hail Storm Hill

The highest point of the Forest of Rossendale is Hail Storm Hill also known as Cowpe Moss. Hail Storm Hill is an area of hill and moorland which is situated between the West Pennine Moors and the South Pennines. The Marilyn of Freeholds Top and...