The History of Leith

July 28, 2009

Not just another brick in the wall: saving Hadrian’s legacy

At first glance, it is an attractive dry stone wall, a working barrier between two fields of grazing livestock. But look east from Great Chesters Farm as the ridge sweeps dramatically upwards to a series of precipitous crags, the wall atop it like teeth bared against the forbidding north, and its true identity is suddenly unmistakable: Hadrian’s Wall. for more click here

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