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Map of Frodo's Journey through the Old Forest from Lord of the Rings




Map of Journey through the Old Forest from Lord of the Rings

Map of Frodo's Journey from Maggot's Farm through the Old Forest to the Bree Road from the Lord of the Rings books by J.R.R. Tolkien, redrawn by Don Hitchcock. The map shows the route taken from Maggot's Farm, the meeting with Merry, the path taken to Crickhollow, the entry to the Old Forest, the Bonfire Glade, the Green Hill, Old Man Willow, Tom Bombadil's House, the Flat Topped Hill, the Standing Stones, the Great Barrow, the Northern Gap, and the arrival at the East Road.

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Redrawn by Don Hitchcock from the original map by J.R.R. Tolkien.

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Map of Part of the Shire from Lord of the Rings





This is a version as a .pdf file, which should print well on any printer.

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Great Barrow

The Great Barrow

Photo: Don Hitchcock
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Great Barrow

The Northern Gap

Photo: Don Hitchcock
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The Cottage


This (altered) image was used for Maggot's Farm on the map.

The Cottage (Straw hut at dusk)

Artist: Vincent Van Gogh
Date: May 1885
Medium: oil on canvas
Permission: Public Domain




References

  1. Barrow Downs image: Google Earth, from the landscape north of Queenstown, New Zealand.
  2. Vellum Background: Deb Tremper, glassworkblue, Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)
  3. Maggot's Farm is The Cottage, 1885, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam (F83). The cottage was home to two families, one of which was the de Groots who were the subjects of The Potato Eaters.
  4. The Great Barrow is an altered image of a granite rock formation near Torrington, northern NSW.
  5. The Northern Gap is an altered image of a valley near Avalanche Peak in New Zealand.
  6. http://morguefile.com/ is a good source of Public Domain images, as is Wikipedia.
  7. All other images (often altered) unless otherwise attributed are either Public Domain or have been photographed or drawn by Don Hitchcock.


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