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Photo: Mottram Parish Church and Pennine Hills

Category: Northern England - Filename: NwMotrmCchHills5201.jpg - Image ID no: 2719


Aidan O'RourkeTutor Aidan O’Rourke has built up a wide range of experience in both film and digital photography. He first became interested in photography in 1981. Since 1996 he has documented Manchester and Liverpool in photos and words. He has taken the 'now' photos for Manchester Then and Now, Manchester United Then and Now and Liverpool Then and Now (Anova Books). 107 of his photos are featured in the book Rebuilding Manchester by Euan Kellie. He wrote the Q&A pages for the first 27 issues of Digital Camera Magazine. From July 2008 to April 2009, his gigantic Manchester Mega-Photo was displayed in the foyer at Manchester’s Urbis Museum. He is based in Stockport and covers Manchester, Liverpool and northern England.
Mottram 

Parish Church and Pennine Hills
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The Parish Church Mottram-in-Longdendale (Cheshire/Tameside MBC) seen from the road from Stalybridge.

Keywords

Mottram-in- Longdendale churches religious sites hills villages Cheshire Tameside MBC England UK

Title:
Mottram Parish Church and Pennine Hills

Filename:
NwMotrmCchHills5201.jpg

ID number:
2719

Technical details:
Fuji Finepix S3 Pro

Date created:
2005-02-01

Copyright:
See title or image watermark

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