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aerial photograph of possible hill fort in Rochdale Lancashire UK. I have driven and flown past this hill many times and thought that it looks a bit like the site of an Iron Age Hill fort. It lies just to the south of the M62 motorway at New Hey. So far there is no evidence to confirm the suspicion. We need the Time Team back !


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