Building Britain’s Roads
The perfect opportunity for a fairly rudimental and basic Northern European society to bring itself enlightenment and civilisation appeared in AD46, in the shape of the Roman Army and might of the Roman Empire.
In the following four hundred years after the invasion of Britain, the romans built forts, strongholds, villas, towns, and cities. They built viaducts and bridges, and possibly the finest asset the country could have, the roman roads.
After the romans left, the natives, instead of capitalising on this most advantageous feature of civil engineering, as with most Continue reading “UK Road Building”