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Keith NurseKeith Conrad Nurse

Keith Nurse was for many years the Daily Telegraph’s Arts Correspondent in Fleet Street, covering a range of subjects, including archaeology, theatre and heritage issues. He became a freelance in 1986 and later worked for Thames TV and Carlton Television. He is the author of Torments Ancient and Modern, which is an account of working-class life in Wales in the '40s and 50s, and of Footsteps to the Past, a family Footsteps to the Past, a book by Keith Nurse
history account set against the uniquely rich social and historical landscape of north-east Wales.

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  Keith Nurse

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East Wansdyke at Sheperds' Shore, 1994.
This spread (click here to enlarge), shows East Wansdyke at Sheperds' Shore, 1994.

East Wansdyke at Sheperds' Shore, 1994.
This spread (click here to enlarge), shows another view of East Wansdyke at Sheperds' Shore, 1994.

Waterlogged ditch of East Wansdyke, just west of the farm buildings of Sheperds' Shore
This spread (click here to enlarge), shows the waterlogged ditch of East Wansdyke, just west of the farm buildings of Sheperds' Shore, 1994.

The view west from the bank of East Wansdyke
This spread (click here to enlarge), shows the view west from the bank of East Wansdyke, 1994.

Images of Wat's Dyke:

Wat's Dyke, near Offa Terrace, near Wrexham.
Wat's Dyke, near Offa Terrace, near Wrexham.
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The line of Wat's Dyke, marked by a hedgerow, near Wrexham.
The line of Wat's Dyke, marked by a hedgerow, near Wrexham.
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View to the Welsh west from the line of Wat's Dyke, near Wrexham.
View to the Welsh west from the line of Wat's Dyke, near Wrexham.
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Images of Offa's Dyke:

Offa's Dyke near a former colliery site at Ruabon.
Offa's Dyke near a former colliery site at Ruabon.
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Offa's Dyke near Bersham, Wrexham.
Offa's Dyke near Bersham, Wrexham.
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Offa's Dyke on high ground to the west of Oswestry, Shropshire.
Offa's Dyke on high ground to the west of Oswestry, Shropshire.
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Offa's Dyke on high ground to the west of Oswestry, Shropshire.
Offa's Dyke on high ground to the west of Oswestry, Shropshire.
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Offa's Dyke near Bersham, Wrexham.
Offa's Dyke near Bersham, Wrexham.
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Copyright 2001-2003, Keith Nurse. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

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