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  • We love to include your walking art in the Museum of Walking, our archive of walking pieces. If you created a sound walk on Echoes, Guidemate, or Storydive, you can quickly import most details on our archive. To do so, press the downward-pointing triangle next to “Add a walking piece”.
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lonning, lonnin

Cumbrian dialect term for ‘lane’ – but a quite specific lane. Lonnings are usually about half a mile long, low level and often with a farm at the end. Many have specific names known only to the local villagers. Hence, Bluebottle Lonning, Lovers Lonning, Fat Lonning, Thin Lonning, Squeezy Gut Lonning or Dynamite Lonning. In the north-east the spelling is lonnin and seems to refer more to an alley than a country lane. The Scottish equivalent is ‘loan’.

Added by Alan Cleaver

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