Talk:The Old Straight Track

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Map Ontology website link[edit]

The Map Ontology link goes to some weird website thats got nothing to do with maps. Either there is no legitimate Map Ontology website or someone has tampered with the link.

  • Adam Stout, Creating Prehistory: Druids, ley hunters and archaeologists in pre-war Britain even-handedly sets Albert Watkins and ley lines in contemprary cultural context. --Wetman (talk) 07:21, 4 January 2010 (UTC)