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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014762 viewsThanks to Bill, great walkSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014443 viewsA couple of ramblers ;)Susan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014444 viewsSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014398 viewsMoel Famau (or, more correctly, Moel Fama) is the highest hill within the Clwydian Range, formally Flintshire Range, on the border between Denbighshire and Flintshire in Wales. The hill, which also gives its name to the Moel Famau country park, has been classed as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty since 1985. Susan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014389 viewsAt the top of Meol Famau, the tower. Which was built to commemorate the golden jubilee of George III in 1810, was designed by Thomas Harrison of Chester. It was designed like an Egyptian obelisk with three tiers. Although the foundation stone was laid in 1810 by George Kenyon, 2nd Baron Kenyon, the tower was never completed due to a lack of funds. In 1862, a major storm brought down the incomplete tower. The remaining upper part of the structure was demolished for safety reasons leaving just the base. MoSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014413 viewsMud, mud glorious mud........Susan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014340 viewsSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014329 viewsLovely viewsSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014294 viewsTreking up Moel FamauSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014376 viewsSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014307 viewsSusan Quinn
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Loggerheads 19th Jan 2014338 viewsSusan Quinn
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