Titterstone Clee Hill in Ludlow, England

With evidence of human activity stretching back to the Bronze Age, the summit of this bleak and barren hill is strewn with prehistoric cairns and walls, juxtaposed with brutal industrial ruins which loom ominously above the manmade craters of abandoned quarries.

Rising abruptly 1,750 feet from the otherwise gently rolling countryside of the English Midlands, Titterstone Clee Hill is one of the steep-sided Shropshire Hills.

Towards the summit of this sheep-cropped mount, an angular...

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