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The Aiggin Stone

The Aiggin Stone on Blackstone Edge near Rochdale. This is thought to be a medieval waymarker, sited on an old packhorse route, overlaying a Roman road crossing the Pennines. A rude latin cross is incised on the stone, with the letters I.T. The stone once stood several feet tall but has been diminished by falling and being pushed over.

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Taken on August 11, 2012