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65c Celts on the Ridgeway overlooking the Malvern Hills (set of 3) by Drawings by Norman Neasom (1915 - 2010)

65c Celts on the Ridgeway overlooking the Malvern Hills (set of 3) by Drawings by Norman Neasom (1915 - 2010)

Size of canvas: Being Sold as set of 3

Celts on the Ridgeway overlooking the Malvern Hills

Ink Drawing - Initialed - NN (sold as set of 3)

Image size 125mm x 155mm - Framed 265mm x 280mm

The Ridgeway (A441) was an old Celt trail that can be traced back to pre-historic times. At the point in the drawing the Ridgeway crossed the Saltway where the Neville Arms now stands. The Malvern Hills can be seen in the background

The Saltway was so called because of the salt mines at Droitwich Spa and was used to transport salt to Londinium (London)

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