Romans in Britain
- Posted June 13, 2007 by David Swatton in Landscape. Viewed 1053 times
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Day 12 of the trip and a walk along Hadrian's Wall (built in the 2nd century AD and marking the northern boundary of the Roman Empire). A fantastic engineering achievement - 117km long! Those Romans knew a thing or two about building.
Then a drive down to the Lake District and my final stop at Lake Windermere.
Today's picture is a section of Hadrian's wall at Walltown Crags near Carlisle - you know, it isn't very easy to take an interesting picture of a crumbling wall!
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