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Map to show the location of The Penderel's Oak

Author Map created collaboratively at with post-rendering modifications by Philafrenzy
(Reusing this file)

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current10:31, 14 January 2018Thumbnail for version as of 10:31, 14 January 2018708 × 695 (758 KB)Philafrenzyuse transport version with bigger arrow for clarity
16:58, 14 November 2010Thumbnail for version as of 16:58, 14 November 2010515 × 479 (370 KB)JdforresterRefreshed to use more modern map render style, and cover a slightly larger area.
14:18, 18 April 2008Thumbnail for version as of 14:18, 18 April 2008330 × 322 (112 KB)Harry Wood{{Information |Description=Map to show the location of The Penderel's Oak |Source= |Date=18th April 2008 |Author=Map created collaboratively at with post-rendering modifications by Harry Wood

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