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Sunken lane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sunken lane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sunken lane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A sunken lane (also hollow way or holloway) is a road or track which is significantly lower than the land on either side, not formed by the (recent) engineering of a road cutting but possibly of much greater age.

City of London: London Stone: "London Stone (it shies away from the definite article) is an ancient rock that has probably been a feature of London since Roman times. It is housed in a grimy case at the front of an ugly 1960′s building on Cannon Street." ~ Londonist.  111 Cannon Street.

Fury as developers plan to move legendary 900-year-old London Stone from its historic site (and why it could spell doom for the capital)

Minerva wants to move the ancient London Stone from its resting place - a grille-covered alcove outside 111 Cannon Street - several yards down the road to its new Walbrook Building

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunken_lane - Holloway

Holloways (or: hollow ways) are desire paths gone wild, reflecting centuries or even millennia of informal use, slowly transforming them from flat paths to sunken lanes and, in some cases, semi-sub…

Sunken lane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sunken lane - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Sunken lane through Bicton Wood by Penny Mayes, via Geograph

The lane runs down to a ford across a stream at the bottom of the steep valley.

Sunken lane, Chicksgrove, Wiltshire (WILTSHIRE - in the Nadder Valley : this ancient

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