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Literary Walks Collection

Walking in the towns, villages and countryside of England has inspired many great literary works from Winnie the Pooh to Dracula and the many books that feature the super sleuth Sherlock Holmes.

These literary walks will help you follow in the author's footpsteps and pass along the highways and byeway of England little changed since the author put pen to paper. Visit the 100 Aker Wood of Winnie the Pooh and the grave yard overlooking the beautifiul town of Whitby and imagine how AA Milne and Bram Stoker developed their timeless master pieces.

You will also be able to visit the home of TE Lawrence and wander through the lanscape that inspired Tolkein's Shires in Lord of the Rings... 

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