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Little Covert, Bradford Abbas, England, where a holloway was worn in the soft rock over centuries (photograph by Nigel Mykura/geograph.org.uk)

Little Covert, Bradford Abbas, England, where a holloway was worn in the soft rock over centuries (photograph by Nigel Mykura/geograph.org.uk)

Dark Lane, Southowram, England (photograph by Tim Green/Flickr)

Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time

Dark Lane, Southowram, England (photograph by Tim Green/Flickr)

a holloway in nantes, france (parc des oblates)

Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time

Holloways (or: hollow ways) are desire paths gone wild, reflecting centuries or even millennia of informal, slowly transforming them from flat paths to sunken lanes and, in some cases, semi-subterranean tunnels worn right into the Earth

Holloways (or: hollow ways) are desire paths gone wild, reflecting centuries or even millennia of informal, slowly transforming them from flat paths to sunken lanes and, in some cases, semi-subterranean tunnels worn right into the Earth

Brittany, France (photograph by Jean-François Gornet/Flickr)

Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time

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Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time

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Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time

Holloways: Roads Tunneled into the Earth by Time

A Holloway (sunken lane) in Normandy, France photographed by Jean-François Gornet. post: Holloways: Roads tunneled into the earth by time. via atlas obscura

Abandoned road going to Crawdad Falls at Caesar Creek.

Lukens Road, blocked off, leading to the eastern waterfall between pioneer village and fifty springs.

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