Places near SD887136 Spotland


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icon icon  1. Acre, 2. Ashworth, 3. Bagslate Moor, 4. Balderstone (Castleton), 5. Balladen, 6. Bamford, 7. Belfield, 8. Bentgate, 9. Birch in Hopwood, 10. Bircle, 11. Birtle, 12. Boarsgreave, 13. Bowlee, 14. Britannia, 15. Broadfield (Heywood), 16. Broadhalgh, 17. Broadley, 18. Buckley, 19. Buersil Head, 20. Burnedge, 21. Busk, 22. Butterworth, 23. Calderbrook, 24. Caldermoor, 25. Captain Fold, 26. Castleton, 27. Catley Lane Head, 28. Chadderton, 29. Chadderton Fold, 30. Chesham, 31. Clough, 32. Clough (Crompton), 33. Cowpe, 34. Crimble, 35. Crompton, 36. Crompton Fold, 37. Cutgate, 38. Darn Hill, 39. Dearnley, 40. Dog Hill, 41. Durn, 42. Facit, 43. Fairfield (Bury), 44. Fernhill, 45. Firgrove, 46. Fishpool, 47. Fold Head, 48. Free Town, 49. Fullwood (Oldham), 50. Gale, 51. Gigg, 52. Gravel Hole, 53. Great Howarth, 54. Greengate (Wardle), 55. Haggate (Thornham), 56. Haugh, 57. Heady Hill, 58. Healds Green, 59. Healey, 60. Heap Bridge, 61. Heyside, 62. Heywood, 63. Higginshaw, 64. High Crompton, 65. Higher Boarshaw, 66. Holden Fold, 67. Hollingworth Fold, 68. Hollins (Middleton), 69. Hollins (Unsworth), 70. Honresfeld, 71. Hooley Bridge, 72. Hooley Brow, 73. Hopwood, 74. Hugh Mill, 75. Hurstead, 76. Jericho, 77. Jubilee, 78. Kirkholt, 79. Lady House, 80. Langley, 81. Limefield, 82. Little Clegg, 83. Little Heaton, 84. Littleborough, 85. Long Sight, 86. Low Crompton, 87. Lower Place, 88. Luzley Brook, 89. Marland, 90. Middleton, 91. Millgate, 92. Milnrow, 93. Moorside (Oldham), 94. Nangreaves, 95. Newbold, 96. Newhey, 97. Norden, 98. Nun Hills, 99. Oak Bank, 100. Oldham Edge, 101. Pilsworth, 102. Pimhole, 103. Rain Shore, 104. Rake Head, 105. Rakewood, 106. Red Lumb, 107. Rochdale, 108. Rough Bank, 109. Royton, 110. Shaw, 111. Shaw Side, 112. Shawclough, 113. Shawfield, 114. Shawforth, 115. Sholver, 116. Shore, 117. Slattocks, 118. Smallbridge, 119. Smithy Bridge, 120. Spotland, 121. Spotland Bridge, 122. Spring Hill (Oldham), 123. Stake Hill, 124. Stanycliffe, 125. Stoneyfield, 126. Sudden, 127. Summit (Calderbrook), 128. Summit (Heap), 129. Sunny Bank, 130. Syke, 131. Thornham, 132. Thornham Fold, 133. Thorp, 134. Top of Hebers, 135. Trough Gate, 136. Trub, 137. Tunshill, 138. Turf Hill, 139. Turn, 140. Unsworth, 141. Wallbank, 142. Wardle, 143. Wardleworth, 144. Waterhead, 145. Watersheddings, 146. Whitefield, 147. Whitworth, 148. Wolstenholme, 149. Wood End, 150. Woodgate Hill,

Yorkshire (West Riding)

icon icon  1. Bishop Park, 2. Cherry Clough, 3. Clough, 4. Hollin Bank, 5. Rochdale, 6. Roebuck Low, 7. Scouthead, 8. Top O Th Meadows, 9. Turf Lane, 10. Waterhead Mill,


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