Route of "lost" Roman road determined

After 30 years of research, experts in England now believe that they have determined the route of the "lost" Roman road, which stretched between Castleshaw fort near Oldham and Slack fort Outlane, through the Pennines.

The first section of the road was discovered in 1973, with others uncovered in the 1980s, but a distinct route was a mystery. Now, largely through the efforts of Norman Lunn and a large team of researchers, experts believe that they have found the route which travels south through the Colne Valley.