Benwell Vallum Crossing

A stone-built causeway, where the road from the south crossed the Vallum earthwork on its way to Benwell fort.
The surviving foundations of Benwell Vallum crossing

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A stone-built causeway, where the road from the south crossed the Vallum earthwork on its way to Benwell fort.

The sunrise through the conservatory at Witley Court.

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