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Bokerley Dyke (or Ditch), here seen running from left to right, is a Romano-British defensive earthwork with origins possibly in the Bronze Age. It forms part of the boundary between Hampshire and Dorset, and also of Martin Down, a chalk downland nature reserve in Hampshire.

Photographer: Tony Gwynne

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