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The Northway a road in [[the Shire]]. It is named as such only in the 1960 rewrite of [[The Hobbit]], published in ''[[The History of The Hobbit: Return to Bag-End]]'', so it may not be considered canonical.  
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The '''Northway''' was a road in [[the Shire]]. It is named as such only in the 1960 rewrite of ''[[The Hobbit]]'', published in ''[[The History of The Hobbit: Return to Bag-End]]'', so it may not be considered canonical.  
  
 
The road springs from the [[Great East Road]] just west of [[Frogmorton]], and leads to [[Oatbarton]]. On the intersection stood an inn, the [[All-Welcome Inn]].
 
The road springs from the [[Great East Road]] just west of [[Frogmorton]], and leads to [[Oatbarton]]. On the intersection stood an inn, the [[All-Welcome Inn]].

Revision as of 05:57, 9 May 2011

The Northway was a road in the Shire. It is named as such only in the 1960 rewrite of The Hobbit, published in The History of The Hobbit: Return to Bag-End, so it may not be considered canonical.

The road springs from the Great East Road just west of Frogmorton, and leads to Oatbarton. On the intersection stood an inn, the All-Welcome Inn.

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