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ROYTON
Price: Free
Time: 1-2 hours
Cotton was vital to the economy of Derbyshire during the Industrial Revolution, and the Old Glossop Heritage Trail allows you to explore how it particularly affected one Derbyshire village. Around eighteen signposted points of interest, take an audio tour and hear the yarns being spun while you walk through historic streets and see the evidence of the industry before your eyes.
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ROYTON
OLDHAM
53.56507, -2.12267


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