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Trollshaws

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[[Image:Robert Goldsmith - The Trollshaws.jpg|thumb|''The Trollshaws'' by [[Robert Goldsmith]]]]
 
[[Image:Robert Goldsmith - The Trollshaws.jpg|thumb|''The Trollshaws'' by [[Robert Goldsmith]]]]
 
'''Trollshaws''' are the upland woods, consisting at least partly of beech trees, that lay to the west of [[Rivendell]] between the Rivers [[Hoarwell]] and [[Loudwater]]. They were the haunt of [[Trolls]], three of which famously waylaid [[Bilbo Baggins|Bilbo]] and his companions during the [[Quest of Erebor]].
 
'''Trollshaws''' are the upland woods, consisting at least partly of beech trees, that lay to the west of [[Rivendell]] between the Rivers [[Hoarwell]] and [[Loudwater]]. They were the haunt of [[Trolls]], three of which famously waylaid [[Bilbo Baggins|Bilbo]] and his companions during the [[Quest of Erebor]].
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Revision as of 14:56, 5 August 2006

Trollshaws are the upland woods, consisting at least partly of beech trees, that lay to the west of Rivendell between the Rivers Hoarwell and Loudwater. They were the haunt of Trolls, three of which famously waylaid Bilbo and his companions during the Quest of Erebor.