An enormous and well-preserved section of one of Britain's first Roman roads has been uncovered in the depths of a Dorset forest.
The 1,900-year-old road was constructed by Roman invaders to run from London (Londinium) to Exeter (Isca).
The 85ft-long earthwork stands over 15ft high and consists of a sweeping road with deep ditches on either side.
Stalin Line is a former line of fortifications on the border of the Soviet Union occupying the territory of modern Byelorussia. Nowadays its great part is an open-air museum of military machines and facilities once left there