In the dunes, or on a hill’s summit, or among trees, you can find the traces of the human past. There are no plaques to explain who made them, what they were for, or why they were abandoned. Now nature is reclaiming them. In this book, author and presenter James Crawford introduces the reader to many such places all over the country, from the ruins of prehistoric forts and ancient, burial sites, to abandoned bothies and boathouses, and the derelict traces of industry. This is wild history.
- 336 Pages
- 234 x 156mm