Shakespeare's Way :: Shared Description

Shakespeare's Way is a 146 mile long distance footpath from Shakespeare's birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon to the Globe theatre in London. It follows as nearly as possible a route that Shakespeare may have taken between the two, but using footpaths, quiet lanes and towpaths, rather than his tracks, which are today's main roads.
by Graham Horn
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SP3326 : Towards the Glyme by Graham Horn
SP4416 : Notice on the side entrance by Graham Horn
SP2640 : Footpath from Shipston by Graham Horn
SP4711 : Yarnton church by Graham Horn
SU7388 : Descent towards Stonor by Graham Horn
SU6992 : Ridgeway junction by Graham Horn
SP5501 : Towards Sandford Brake sub-station by Graham Horn
SP3921 : Ditchley Park estate by Graham Horn
SU7589 : Water butt on Shakespeare's Way by Graham Horn
SP3823 : Green Eye Way plantation by Graham Horn
SP4118 : Limbeck Farm by Graham Horn
SP4711 : Yarnton Manor by Graham Horn
SP5401 : Between the caravan park and the sewage works by Graham Horn
SP2831 : Great Rough Brow by Graham Horn
SP2055 : Shakespeare's birthplace by Graham Horn
SP4414 : Church Green by Graham Horn
SP3226 : Footpath towards Glyme Farm by Graham Horn
SU8485 : Houses at Pound Lane by Graham Horn
SP3624 : Shakespeare's Way approaching A44 by Graham Horn
SP2832 : House in Long Compton by Graham Horn
SU7887 : Across the Hambleden valley by Graham Horn
SP5600 : Towards New Farm by Graham Horn
SU6595 : Features in Brightwell Park by Graham Horn
SU7589 : Gussetts Wood by Graham Horn
SP5301 : River View by Graham Horn

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Created: Mon, 21 Jan 2013, Updated: Sun, 24 Feb 2013

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