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What is the biggest waterfall in all great Britain?

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2011-01-18 11:41:41
2011-01-18 11:41:41

The highest unbroken waterfall in Britain is in the Gaping Gill cave system in the main chamber where Fell Beck plunges 100M (330ft) unbroken to the floor of the chamber.

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