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Transforming Fell and Valley -Landscape and Parliamentary Enclosure in North West England by I Whyte




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Many areas of the north west had their landscapes transformed by the enclosure of upland commons during the later eighteenth and nineteenth century. Parliamentary enclosure created new, regular landscapes of fields, access roads, quarries and new farmsteads. These features still form a distinctive element of the modern countryside and contrast sharply with the landscape in those upland areas which were not enclosed.

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