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Buckland Gate

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The '''Buckland Gate''', '''Hay Gate''', or the ''North Gate''', were names for a gate at the northern end of the hedge known as the [[High Hay]].
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The '''Buckland Gate''', '''Hay Gate''', or the '''North Gate''', were names for a gate at the northern end of the hedge known as the [[High Hay]].
  
 
Leaving [[the Shire]] across the [[Brandywine Bridge]], a traveller would come to the northern end of the High Hay, where it ran beside to the road to meet the River [[Brandywine]]. In the Hedge at this point was a guarded gate that led to [[Buckland]], the [[Eastmarch]] of the Shire.
 
Leaving [[the Shire]] across the [[Brandywine Bridge]], a traveller would come to the northern end of the High Hay, where it ran beside to the road to meet the River [[Brandywine]]. In the Hedge at this point was a guarded gate that led to [[Buckland]], the [[Eastmarch]] of the Shire.

Revision as of 14:54, 19 June 2011

The Buckland Gate, Hay Gate, or the North Gate, were names for a gate at the northern end of the hedge known as the High Hay.

Leaving the Shire across the Brandywine Bridge, a traveller would come to the northern end of the High Hay, where it ran beside to the road to meet the River Brandywine. In the Hedge at this point was a guarded gate that led to Buckland, the Eastmarch of the Shire.