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A nice walk along a riverside track. Cache is a little off the track with a small scramble at the finish :)
Historic Tynwald House sits on 40 riverfront acres, and was built early in 1830 by John and Martha Terry as a celebration of success in the flour milling industry. Much of its Victorian charm comes from a later owner the politician William Moore in the 1890?s. He added the central tower, the lacework verandas and wide bay windows over-looking the views and garden.
The wide, slow river, the red cliffs on the far side of the Derwent Valley, the mountains all around, the peacocks strutting in the English gardens it's almost too much for the camera, the canvas or the casual glance.
The nearby park is a superb family bbq area so the odd muggle might be around.
Dogs are allowed on the walking track but not on the sports grounds nearby.
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