For 8,000 years people have lived and worked in the rugged landscape of Longshaw - farming, trading, hunting and quarrying.

Crisscrossed by old trackways and packhorse trails, Longshaw was once at the crossroads of important trading routes for salt, silk, cotton, wool, coal and lead. Its own wealth of natural resources also made it an important place for early industry.

SKU: 30045984
Format: Paperback
Dimensions: H21 x W21cm
ISBN: 9781843592808
No. of Pages: 32


Sorry, there are no reviews.

Thanks to your support we're able to protect special places for ever, for everyone.

Delivery, installations & returns


Free UK delivery on orders over £50

UK standard delivery: 3-5 working days - £4.95

International delivery: 7-10 working days, from £15.


We hope you will be delighted with your purchase, however if you change your mind you can return your order in its original condition, with proof of purchase, to one of our National Trust shops or via our online customer service centre and we will exchange or refund your order. 

For more information see our delivery and returns page. 

 Spend over £50 and get free UK delivery.