Crudwell - Fosse Way - Crudwell

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The Fosse Way was the first great Roman road linking Exeter with Lincoln, following the western boundary of Roman-controlled Britain in an incredibly straight line. Much of the route has now been taken over by modern roads, but most of the section between Bath and Cirencester can be followed away from traffic along unpaved tracks. The walk picks up the Fosse Way close to the village of Crudwell and follows it in a dead straight line mostly between hedgerows and under trees, to its crossing over the River Avon. The route back initially follows the river before heading back to Crudwell via the village of Long Newnton and another section of the Fosse Way.

England - South England - Wiltshire - Cotswolds

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Industrial Archaeology, Public Transport, River, Woodland

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