National Geographic : 1933 Apr
Photograph by A.W. Cutler LUDLOW'S SITUATION RESEMBLES THAT OF HISTORIC HARPERSFERRY The River Teme flows through the arches of the long stone bridge, and the old castle (see illustration, oppositepage) looms through the trees tothe right. Ludlow and the region roundabout are celebrated in A. E . Housman's book of poetry, "A Shropshire Lad."