"Author Paul Hindle presents a straightforward dissertation on the network of roads and paths throughout medieval England... In determining where the medieval roads led, Hindle becomes a sort of cartographic sleuth, turning to a number of resources available to the modern scholar... The book is illustrated throughout with photographs, both aerial and ground level, as well as an assortment of graphs and maps...it successfully brings to light its chosen subject." -Barb Allshouse, "Renaissance Magazine" (August 2009)
About the Author
Dr. Paul Hindle is Honorary Secretary of the Manchester Geographical Society. His books include: "Roads and Tracks of the Lake District," "Maps for Historians," and "Roads and Tracks for Historians." He is also the author of "Medieval Town Plans" in the Shire Archaeology series.