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|Description ||This photograph actually includes three Iron Age hillforts: Haughmond Hill (left), The Wrekin (middle) and The Berth (midground right). I'm a very lucky man that this is a view from my bathroom window!|
|Aye, you are lucky. The furthest thing I can see from our window is Big Bill - we live in a 'bowl' in the town centre.|
|I can see Milber Fort from my kitchen window, but have never been up there! Let's have a section on - 'Who's got the best views of Meg Portal sites'.|
|I'm also lucky that from our summer house at the bottom of the garden I can see the whole of the South Shropshire hill range... and the Breiddens... I'm just rubbing it in now!|
|My parents can see Chalbury hillfort from their kitchen window, as well as loads of mediaeval strip lynchetts...|
|My parents' farm overlooks the enclosures on Aughertree Fell, known as ,
Green How enclosures and two round barrows.
| Since taking this picture we moved from here to Oswestry. Whilst we no longer have this fabulous vistas we are only a half a mile from Old Oswestry Hill Fort, half a mile from Wat's Dyke and 400 yards from Oswald's Well. |
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