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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Walk: Military History

Access to PDFs of descriptions of Walks around and about the Antonine Wall produced by Falkirk, North Lanarkshire and West Dunbartonshire.


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Category Central Scotland

'Archaeological remains are well known across Cannock Chase ranging from prehistoric monuments to medieval iron workings. However, the most extensive archaeological remains, although perhaps not th ...
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Category Cannock Chase

'Ealdoram Byrhtnoth was a veteran East Saxon hero who lost his life leading his countrymen against Viking raiders at the battle of Maldon on 11 August 991, that is remembered in Anglo-Saxo ...
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Category Uttlesford

'During the First World War injured Indian soldiers were hospitalised in the Dome in Brighton. The Hindus and Sikhs who died were cremated on the Downs and, in 1921, the Chattri memorial was constr ...
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Category Mid Sussex

'Walk the battlefield now restored to how it appeared to the opposing forces on that fateful day - 16 April 1746. The upgraded footpaths are suitable for families with prams and those with access n ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'The Heritage Trail is way-marked by over 70 numbered and themed Devonport Plaques ... The way- marked route follows public highways and byways and involves walking alongside and crossing several b ...
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Category Plymouth

'The trail links three of Britain's most important battlefields: Edgcote (1469) in Northamptonshire; Cropredy Bridge (1644) in Oxfordshire; Edgehill (1642) in Warwickshir ...
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'The history of Hilsea Lines very much reflects the development of Portsmouth as a military base. In 1544, during Henry VIII's reign, the first defences were built just north of Ports Cree ...
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Category Portsmouth

'The Great War - Between the Lines project is a co-operation between 16 partners in the UK, Northern France and Belgium. The project aims to facilitate cross-border activities which will e ...
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Category Huntingdonshire

Our survey 'may be outdated in some of the detail, so we would greatly appreciate any updates ...'.


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'The Roman Heritage Way provides the walker with the following three principal options: [1] Segedunum to Trimontium (Newcastle upon Tyne to Melrose) (99 miles 158 Km) : - - : [2] Maia Fort ...
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Category Allerdale

'Once you get into Hampshire things become much more interesting as you walk along the delightful and little-known Basingstoke Canal, through a whole series of pretty villages with half-ti ...
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'The route is waymarked, but we recommend that you plan your route with an OS map (other quality maps are available!). You should also be able to pick up a copy of the route from one of the tourist ...
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Category Monmouthshire

'Towton was an event of the greatest importance for England. It was the bloody culmination of a campaign of seven military engagements over the preceding eighteen months and the final and ...
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Category Selby

'Warrior was dubbed the “Horse the Germans Could Not Kill” by the newspapers of his era having survived some of the First World War’s most famous conflicts. He was first led into battle in 1914 by ...
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Category Isle of Wight

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