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Posted: 11/05/2018 07:02:59
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Re "blue mist" and steam rising this is very obvious, under certain conditions, at Matlock Bath, viewed from Starkholmes on the other side of the valley. Steam can be seen rising, not as a series of plumes from shafts but as a continuous line with the appearance of a curtain between the trees. I have thought how interesting it would be to view this at ground level but have never managed to be there at the right time. IP: 86.185.171.95
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