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The Old Way Station is a natural landmark that many roadway travellers have used since time immemorial.
It is a watering hole without the water, though it is common custom for wandering travellers to share the campfire and trade waterskins. 
Its high banks protect it from the wind and it was once said to have been a vital strategic point during a battle with the Goblin tribes. 

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