Froggatt Edge - Peak District
Froggatt Edge is a gritstone escarpment which forms the eastern rim of the valley of the River Derwent. Below the escarpment, on the valley slopes heading down towards the Derwent, is a forest of birch trees. As with many of the gritstone edges in the Peak District, Froggatt was used as a source of millstones; a number of half-completed millstones can still be found at the bottom of this and other edges in Derbyshire.
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From Peak District