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Hill Road

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<b>Hill Road</b> was a short road in the [[Shire]] that led from [[Hobbiton]] up to [[Hobbiton Hill|the Hill]] and [[Overhill]] beyond.
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{{quote|([[Frodo Baggins|Frodo]]) went out and walked down to the gate at the bottom of the path, and then on a short way down to the '''Hill Road'''.|''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'', [[Three is Company]]}}
  
:<i>[Frodo] went out and walked down to the gate at the bottom of the path, and then on a short way down to the Hill Road.</i><br>(The Lord of the Rings, Book I, Ch. 3)
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'''Hill Road''' was a short road in the [[Shire]] that led from [[Hobbiton]] up to [[Hobbiton Hill|the Hill]] and [[Overhill]] beyond.
  
 
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Revision as of 17:34, 24 May 2008

"(Frodo) went out and walked down to the gate at the bottom of the path, and then on a short way down to the Hill Road."
The Lord of the Rings, Three is Company

Hill Road was a short road in the Shire that led from Hobbiton up to the Hill and Overhill beyond.