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The '''Causeway''' was the road in the [[Eastfarthing]] that ran from [[Deephallow]] north through [[Rushy]] and [[Stock]] and ended at the [[East Road]].<ref>{{ATB|Preface}}</ref>  The road was high banked and ran parallel to the [[Brandywine]] opposite of [[Buckland]].  [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] rode in [[Farmer Maggot]]'s wagon on the part of the Causeway that stretched five or more miles from Maggot’s lane to the [[Bucklebury Ferry]].<ref>{{FR|I4}}</ref>
 
The '''Causeway''' was the road in the [[Eastfarthing]] that ran from [[Deephallow]] north through [[Rushy]] and [[Stock]] and ended at the [[East Road]].<ref>{{ATB|Preface}}</ref>  The road was high banked and ran parallel to the [[Brandywine]] opposite of [[Buckland]].  [[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]] rode in [[Farmer Maggot]]'s wagon on the part of the Causeway that stretched five or more miles from Maggot’s lane to the [[Bucklebury Ferry]].<ref>{{FR|I4}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:41, 13 June 2012

This article is about the Causeway road in the Shire. For the Causeway in the Gondor, see Causeway (Gondor).

The Causeway was the road in the Eastfarthing that ran from Deephallow north through Rushy and Stock and ended at the East Road.[1] The road was high banked and ran parallel to the Brandywine opposite of Buckland. Frodo rode in Farmer Maggot's wagon on the part of the Causeway that stretched five or more miles from Maggot’s lane to the Bucklebury Ferry.[2]

[edit] References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Adventures of Tom Bombadil, "Preface"
  2. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "A Short Cut to Mushrooms"