White Horse Vale, the valley of river Ock, Berks, extending 15 miles NE. from Shrivenham to vicinity of Abingdon; takes its name from the colossal figure of a galloping horse on the NW. flank of a hill.
(John Bartholomew, Gazetteer of the British Isles (1887))
|Feature Description:||"valley" (ADL Feature Type: "valleys")|
|Administrative units:||Berkshire AncC|
|Place:||Vale of White Horse|
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