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Hadrian's Wall took full advantage of a natural escarpment

Walk Photo 119801

Hadrian's Wall took full advantage of a natural escarpment

Caption - Hadrian's Wall took full advantage of a natural escarpment, which is clearly seen in this picture taken just east of Housesteads at King's Wicket.

Walk 1198 : Hadrian's Wall from Steel Rigg

Photographer : Lou Johnson

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