Twyford Down (Hampshire, UK) is one of the better preserved areas of chalk downland landscape in southern England, with surviving earthworks dating from the later prehistoric to the modern period. It is a perfect place to learn about landscape, and the processes of change and creation that continue to affect it. We can include in that the construction of the M3 motorway extension through the Down in the late 1980s (Fig. 19).
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