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Zoo-bred Przewalski’s horses are freed into the plains of Mongolia

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Old Barnoldswick - YouTube

A short montage of photo's and postcards of former milltown Barnoldswick in Lancashire / Yorkshire from the past century or so,with a soundtrack from Enya.

Harlem Shake (Silentnight beds edition) - YouTube

Harlem Shake (Silentnight beds edition) - YouTube

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Sid Calderbank talks to Hilda Elsworth - a former weaver at Bancroft Mill in Barnoldswick - YouTube

Lancaster Bomber Flyover - Sunday 7th September 2014 - YouTube

Lancaster Bomber Flyover - Sunday 7th September 2014 - YouTube

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Barnoldswick travel to Whitby for the SS Rohilla Centenary - YouTube

I Love Earby Yorkshire ? Lancashire ? - YouTube

I Love Earby Yorkshire ? Lancashire ? - YouTube

Hellooooo there, what's inside this traffic cam - Cockatoo

Hellooooo there, what's inside this traffic cam - Cockatoo

Excellent >> Funny Cat Photos With Words!!

Excellent >> Funny Cat Photos With Words!!

Pepper, a 9-year-old retired Military Working Dog, stands on alert with his owner, Tech. Sgt. Chris Smith at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Pepper retired after a training injury resulted in a leg amputation. Smith was his handler at the time and adopted Pepper after the surgery. Smith is a kennel master assigned to the 60th Security Forces Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Madelyn Brown)

Pepper, a retired Military Working Dog, stands on alert with his owner, Tech. Chris Smith at Travis Air Force Base, Calif. Pepper retired after a training injury resulted in a leg amputation. Smith was his handler at the time and.