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The Cheshire Plain from the air

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aerial photograph of The Cheshire Plain England UK. From the air, one can see how astonishingly flat the Cheshire Plain is. Lying between the Pennine Hills and the Clwydian Hills the Cheshire Plain was formed at the end of the last ice age when receding glaciers left behind sediment which filled the Cheshire Basin producing this flat rich fertile farmland. The photo was taken just south of Audlem , which can be seen in the centre of the image, looking north along the Cheshire Plain.


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