The Roman fort at Hardknott
What you are looking for, is here.
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I´ve “discovered” tenths of Iron Age sites (hills, forts, and so)with Google Earth. Just with time and a good eye, it’s easy to find some of the most famous ones without having any idea of UK geography (that country has some of the most impressive ones, to be honest). Sort of Waldo giant book ;)
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