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Author: On the road in Great Britain and Ireland

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The Peak Forest Tramway was an early horse- and gravity-powered industrial railway (or tramway) system in Derbyshire, England. Opened for trade on 31 August 1796, it remained in operation until the 1920s. Much of the route and the structures associated with the line remain. The western section of the line is now the route of the Peak Forest Tramway Trail.

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Appropriateness as Hiking route: 0 comment
Paved: Paved (17.46% - 1 km unpaved)
Traffic load: traffic (low traffic)
Noise pollution: noise

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Nature landscape: nature
Urbanized area: urban
Near water: water

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dir:13% dir:58% dir:28%

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