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Electricity poles have been felled in the Tunstead area of the Peak District National Park, as part of a £90,000 investment to move electricity cables underground and improve views from the Pennine Bridleway National Trail.
Electricity North West, the company responsible for the North West regional electricity network, has taken down the 20 wooden electricity poles that carried 1.2km of overhead lines between Tunstead and Wormhill.
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