To my shame, some weeks ago reader Steve Hickman asked about the road changes around Stonall in the early part of last century, and ever since, I’ve had a post almost ready to go. My work, however, was eclipsed by the excellent commentary provided by Julian Ward-Davies who’s the outstanding amateur landscape historian behind popular, painstakingly researched and reasoned paper ‘The Lost Lake of Stonnall’. Well, Julian is back with a new, even more fascinating thesis. This man is a star of local historical writing and deserves all the exposure we can give him.
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