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    • Although fortified, Horncastle was not on any important Roman roads, which suggests that the River Bain was the principal route of access to it.Horncastle-Wikipedia
    • The present northern boundary of the Heath - Staines Road - was the Roman Road, Trinobantes.Hounslow-Wikipedia
    • Roman roads are visible features, probably serving a settlement near Old Sarum.Salisbury Plain-Wikipedia
    • Chichester)">Stane Street, the Roman road linking London to Chichester, was constructed during the first century AD and is thought to have run through Dorking.Dorking-Wikipedia
    • The nearby town of Croydon originally developed due to a Roman road, and part of a Roman road has been found in Coombe Street, Croydon.Coombe, Croydon-Wikipedia
    • The old Roman road between Ribchester and Elslack (part of Margary 72a), crossed the Calder further downstream, close to the river mouth.River Calder, Lancashire-Wikipedia

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