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Great Britain & Maps

Great Britain & Maps, topography and geography of the British Isles and coastine, walking tours and oddly British curiosities.

 


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EDWIN LUTYENS COUNTRY HOUSES:
GAVIN STAMP    Book Number: 75128
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No architect ever had a closer relationship with a magazine, and the match between Edwin Lutyens (1869-1944) and Country Life was one made in architectural heaven. Lutyens' celebrated collaborator ...
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: A Culinary Tour of Britain's Seas & Skies
SIMON COURTAULD    Book Number: 76782
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If you are intrigued to find out why naming prawns can be a complicated business, how pigeons played a role in the 1870 Siege of Paris, which fish can weigh more than 2,000 pounds and live for 100 ...
OXFORD SUBURBS AND VILLAGES THROUGH TIME
STANLEY JENKINS    Book Number: 76820
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St. Giles, Headington, St. Clements, Cowley, Iffley, Wytham are among the suburbs and former rural villages absorbed and incorporated into the City of Oxford in 1835 onwards. The chapters are arra...
CHAUCER'S LONDON: Everyday Life in London 1342-1400
A. R. MYERS    Book Number: 76821
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In Geoffrey Chaucer's day, London was a busy, small market town with stalls laden with country produce in the main streets, country folk crying their wares, trees and gardens within the walls, pigs...
ESSEX BOYS
KAREN BOWMAN    Book Number: 76823
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Henry VIII, Daniel Defoe and Wat Tyler, warriors, medicine men, seadogs, martyrs, felons like Dick Turpin, wizards, explorers, gentlemen of letters, smugglers, men of science and vision like Humphr...
LIFE IN 1940s LONDON
MIKE HUTTON    Book Number: 76824
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With the help of people who lived through the tremendous contrasts of war and peace in the most momentous decade in London's colourful history, the author, a social historian, vividly recreates the...
LONDON COLOUR ARCHIVE
BRIAN GIRLING    Book Number: 76825
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Principally sourced from ancient albums and private collections, this nostalgic and informative volume unites a wealth of rare and unpublished images to reveal that the London of a century and more...
OLD NORWICH: A Photographic Journey
MICHAEL CHANDLER    Book Number: 76826
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Norwich Castle was built out of wood by the Normans in 1067 and during medieval times, Norwich had 56 churches and became a city in 1194 when Richard I granted it a charter to be self governed. In...
OXFORD, WORCESTER AND WOLVERHAMPTON RAILWAY THROUGH TIME
STANLEY JENKINS    Book Number: 76827
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When completed throughout to Oxford in 1853, the Oxford, Worcester & Wolverhampton Railway worked in conjunction with the rival London & North Western Railway. Ambitious land owners and industrial...
RIVER DERWENT: From Sea to Source
H. C. IVISON    Book Number: 76828
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A fine and famous salmon river, the Derwent was sometimes called 'The River of Saints and Sinners', as it was used by smugglers as well as clerics. One of the fastest rivers in Europe, it is also ...
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