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September 20, 2016, 4:18 pm
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One of the problems with missing – for now – a big chunk of the Cistercian Way is that it has deprived me of a chance to do substantial direct fieldwork for Volume V of The Complete Guide to Stiles of the British Isles.  It was though a great consolation to use, for the first time, a 1954 Browne-Jones Ladder Stile on the wall around Margam Deer Park.



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With respect it may be a consolation to you but some of us believe that access should be gated here to accommodate equestrians! Who other than a steel erector would feel safe on top of this structure anyway? It certainly does not provide access for all.

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