Saturday, 6 July 2013

River Goyt from Park Bridge

The River Goyt as viewed from Park Bridge on Great Portwood Street.

The Goyt rises on the moors of Axe Edge, near the Cat and Fiddle Inn. It runs from the Errwood and Fernilee reservoirs, north of Buxton to Stockport where just around the next bend it joins the River Tame to form the Mersey.

A contribution to Weekend Reflections and Scenic Weekends.


  1. Nice view.

    Have a nice weekend. :)

  2. Beautiful. England has so many beautiful secrets


  3. Amazing, thank you for sharing such beauty with the world.

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    1. Hi Austine - Many thanks for the nomination. As a long time blogger I'm rather ambivalent about these things - see this post on my blog Ackworth born from back in 2008. Much as I do appreciate your kind words I won't actually be passing it on.