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The Pennine Way on the summit of Black Hill (Peak District). The triangulation column and highest point on Black Hill is on a small elevated mound, called Soldiers' Lump. According to Alfred Wainwright's Pennine Way Companion the support timbers for the Ramsden theodolite, used by the Royal Engineers in the original Ordnance Survey, were still to be found here many years later.

Photograph by Stephen Dawson 7 August 2004.

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