Craven Arms area - Classical Areas Guide
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The area shown on 1:25 000 Geological Sheet SO48 lies in the southern part of the county of Shropshire, in the pleasant hill-country of the Welsh Borders. The largest settlement is at Craven Arms, on the banks of the River Onny, which serves as an agricultural centre for the surrounding country and is noted for its annual sheep sales. It lies on the main N.–S. road (A.49) and railway line through the Welsh Borders, and is also well situated for access to much of Central Wales.
Author Hains, B.A.
Sheet(s) Covered SO48
Year Published 1969