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MYSTERIOUS BRITAIN

Goathland, North Yorkshire, England circa 1992. Wades Causeway the longest and best preserved Roman road in Britain. It runs across wild and open moorland for one and a quarter miles south of Goathland. According to legend it was created by the giant Wade and his wife Bell. Even for the giantess Bell the daily journey across Wheeldale Moor each day to milk hers cows was dangerous, so Wade built her a  pathway. From the authors book Mysterious Britain.
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Wades Causeway the longest and best preserved Roman road in Britain.
Goathland, North Yorkshire, England circa 1992. Wades Causeway the longest and best preserved Roman road in Britain. It runs across wild and open moorland for one and a quarter miles south of Goathland. According to legend it was created by the giant Wade and his wife Bell. Even for the giantess Bell the daily journey across Wheeldale Moor each day to milk hers cows was dangerous, so Wade built her a pathway. From the authors book Mysterious Britain.

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Source: Homer Sykes
Date: 25 Aug 2014
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