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'''Whitfurrows''' was a village or small town that lay on the [[East Road]] through the [[Shire]], approximately midway between [[Frogmorton]] (about ten miles to the west) and the [[Brandywine Bridge]] (a similar distance to the east). It lay at the western edge of the [[Bridgefields]] region of the [[Eastfarthing]]. Whitfurrows is hardly mentioned within [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]'s work, though it does appear to have been a centre or staging-post of some kind for the [[Shirriffs]] during the [[War of the Ring]].
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'''Whitfurrows''' was a village or small town that lay on the [[East Road]] through [[the Shire]], approximately midway between [[Frogmorton]] (about ten miles to the west) and the [[Brandywine Bridge]] (a similar distance to the east). It lay at the western edge of the [[Bridgefields]] region of the [[Eastfarthing]].<ref>{{FR|Part}}</ref> Whitfurrows is hardly mentioned within [[J.R.R. Tolkien|Tolkien]]'s work, though it does appear to have been a centre or staging-post of some kind for the [[Shirriffs]] during the [[War of the Ring]].
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[[Category:Cities, Towns and Villages]]
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[[Category:Cities, towns and villages of the Shire]]
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[[de:Weißfurchen]]
 
[[de:Weißfurchen]]
 
[[fi:Valkovakola]]
 
[[fi:Valkovakola]]
 
[[fr:encyclo:geographie:villes_tours_et_forteresses:comte:blancs_sillons]]
 
[[fr:encyclo:geographie:villes_tours_et_forteresses:comte:blancs_sillons]]

Revision as of 17:49, 13 June 2012

Whitfurrows was a village or small town that lay on the East Road through the Shire, approximately midway between Frogmorton (about ten miles to the west) and the Brandywine Bridge (a similar distance to the east). It lay at the western edge of the Bridgefields region of the Eastfarthing.[1] Whitfurrows is hardly mentioned within Tolkien's work, though it does appear to have been a centre or staging-post of some kind for the Shirriffs during the War of the Ring.

References

  1. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings, The Fellowship of the Ring, "A Part of the Shire" map