For hundreds of years packhorses were a vital part of everyday life, and the tracks they used served tradesman and traveller alike.
In Seen on the Packhorse Tracks historian Titus Thornber describes how these ancient ways first evolved in the landscape, how they were constructed and how they were affected by inclosure. He also records the various features – the bridges, causeways, guidestoops and marker posts – that can still be found today.
The book includes glossary, gazetteer and index.
128 pages, over 100 illustrations, full colour throughout
Price (inc. postage): £18.00