The Peak District
The south-western part Peak District straddles the countie of Cheshire and Staffordshire.  Of interest here are the copper mines at Alderley Edge, the Peak Forest, Cauldon and Macclesfield Canals and isolated villages such as Kettleshume and Flash. The Peak District's most interesting pubs including the Cat & Fiddle England's second highest is found here.  Manifold Valley is one of England's prettiest and most secluded and nearby Dovedale forms the boundary between Staffordshire and Derbyshire.
Alderley Edge
Alderley Edge
Disley
Disley
Flash
Flash
Kettleshume
Kettleshume
Leek
Leek
Longnor
Longnor
Macclesfield Forest
Rainow
Cauldon Canal
Caldon Canal
Macclesfield Canal
Macclesfield Canal
Peak Forest Canal
Peak Forest Canal
Thor's Cave
Thor's Cave
Manifold Valley Caves
Manifold Valley Caves
Engine Vein
Engine Vein
Hough Level
Hough Level
Wood Mine
Wood Mine
Pubs and inns
Pubs

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