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The Icknield Way, in south-east England, is a road and footpath that's been part of the landscape for millennia. But if parts of it hadn't been legally marked down, then those parts would have become private land, gone forever. Who has the right to walk where?
The Ramblers' Don't Lose Your Way project: https://www.ramblers.org.uk/dontloseyourway/
"Stories of landowners": John Andrews' "From A Wild Frontier to the Promised Land", which is worth a read: http://www.craddocks.co.uk/pannageman/suffolkpaths.pdf
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