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A dog in the (un-seasonal) snow outside The Cat and Fiddle Inn, near Buxton
28 April 1919
A537, The Buxton-Macclesfield road
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Locals claim that the Cat and Fiddle is the second highest pub in England, situated at 1690 ft above sea level ( The Highest being the Tan Hill Inn at 1,732 feet). The pub is situated on Axe Edge on the Cheshire-Derbyshire border and was built c 1800.