Category: Archaeology

Aldborough

Aldborough’s Hidden Roman Town

It’s hard to imagine that the sleepy town of Aldborough was once on the front line of the mighty Roman Empire. Today, it’s a charming but sleepy backwater in north Yorkshire, by-passed by motorists who zoom past on the A1 on their journeys to bigger places. But back in the 2nd Century, Aldborough was […]

Tyneham – The Forgotten Village

Tyneham is hidden in a beautiful valley in Dorset where time has stood still for over 60 years. It’s the forgotten village. Locked in a time warp, nobody has lived at Tyneham since 1943. This small, isolated village became trapped in time during World War Two when villagers were told by the […]

Stonehenge

Stonehenge: Ancient stones and selfie sticks

‘Selfie sticks’ are the must-have gadget this summer at Stonehenge, one of Britain’s most popular World Heritage sites. Once upon a time the coach parties flooded into Stonehenge to marvel at the ancient stones and archaeology. Today the craze for capturing yourself on camera seems to have overtaken old-fashioned sightseeing […]

Hardknott Roman Fort – Wild Walk

The English Lake District is renowned for its wild walks but my trip to Hardknott Roman Fort proved to be wilder than I’d anticipated. Spring is one of my favourite times of year in the Lakes but it’s also when you can experience four seasons of weather in 24 hours. Overnight […]

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