R. C. Dunt, “Local markstones, roads and trackways”

Journal of the Antiquarian Association of the British Isles, 1, 167–170 (March 1931)

This article is included mainly because it prompted Alfred Watkins to write “The proof of ancient track alignment”, which was published in the next issue of the same journal.

The digitized version contains the following Web pages:

Local Markstones, Roads and Trackways
Plate XII (upper)  Stone formerly behind Barsham school, now in a private garden at Beccles, Suffolk
Plate XII (lower)  A typical example of the alignment theory