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Maps of Wansdyke

This part of the Wansdyke Pages contains satellite shots of each section of Wansdyke, as well as the complete listing of Wansdyke in old parish maps, dating from the 19th century.

Though the maps of course are not exactly similar to the description of the sections, they are listed a close to them as possible.

For detailed modern maps, please go to the directions that accompany each section as it is described in Wansdyke West to East.

The image shows Red Shore, the gap where the famous prehistoric thoroughfare, the Ridgeway, passes through East Wansdyke. Satellite image with a 19th-century Parish Map superimposed.

 

Current Contents:

West Wansdyke

'Mid-Wansdyke' and the Roman road?

East Wansdyke

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