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Lost London 1870-1945

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by Philip Davies
Lost London 1870-1945 is a collection of more than 500 black-and-white images of the capital, arranged by region and compiled from the archive, now held by English Heritage, of the former London County Council.
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Hadrian's Wall Archaeological Map

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Hadrian’s Wall and the nearby archaeological Roman remains on a light, waterproof and tear-resistant map from the English Heritage with the base map from the Ordnance Survey 1:25,000 Explorer series.
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The English Railway Station

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by Parissien, Steven
The railway station is one of England's most distinctive and best-loved building-types. Yet over the past century the nation's stations have often been overlooked or dismissed, and have suffered accordingly. Today a new interest in railways - fuelled by the need for sustainability, by a growing awareness of the realities of transport economics and by the dedication of enthusiastic volunteers at heritage rai...
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Hull: Yorkshire's Maritime City

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by Neave, Susan
This book is a celebration of Hull's history to mark its year as UK City of Culture 2017. The city has proud stories to tell about its role in the Civil War and the succession of trades through the dock from wool and wine to whaling. It has been home to influential people from William Wilberforce, leader in the abolition of the slave trade, to the renowned poet Philip Larkin. Hull's history as a royal pla...
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Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Sites

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Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Sites on a large double-sided map from the English Heritage presenting each site on one side of the map at 1:10,000 annotated with extensive archaeological and tourist information and accompanied by historical notes, colour photos and a time line.
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Aerofilms: A History of Britain from Above

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by James Crawford
Aerofilms Ltd was born on 9 May 1919. An unprecedented business venture, it hoped to marry the still fledgling technology of powered flight to the discipline of photography.
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Lost England: 1870-1930

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by Davies, Philip
Lost England records the greatest transition in England's history as the longstanding practices of a largely rural economy shifted focus into towns and cities: astonishing photographs give the reader access to the streets, living and working spaces of the growing cities as well as the daily routines of rural life.
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Lived in London: Blue Plaques and the Stories behind Them

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by Philip Davies
Lived in London is a comprehensive and beautifully produced title from English Heritage about the capital’s 800 blue plaques and the stories behind them. Illustrated with an array of historical and contemporary images and photographs, and arranged geographically by borough and area, it is the first guide to be published on the blue plaques for over half a century and has been compiled with the aid of offici...
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Formula One: The Complete Story 1950 To 2014

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by Hill, Tim
With season by season highlights, this compact overview of the competition presents the drivers and their cars, the teams and the circuits to give a unique perspective on the world's most exciting and competitive sport.
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Images of London Hidden Interiors

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by Davies, Philip
Lavishly illustrated introduction to 64 of London's most fascinating and best conserved interiors, abridged from bestselling London Hidden Interiors.
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London's West End Cinemas

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by Eyles, Professor Allen
The history of London s West End cinemas dates back more than one hundred years. This book details all of them, in chronological order, totalling well over one hundred. The best of the West End s cinemas were outfitted to a very high standard to match their role as showcases for new films, hosting press shows and premieres, as well as a being a magnet for film enthusiasts anxious to see films on exclusive p...
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Images of Lost London 1875-1945

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by Philip Davies
Lost London 1870-1945 is a collection of more than 240 black-and-white images of the capital, arranged by region and compiled from the archive, now held by English Heritage, of the former London County Council.
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Historic Attractions

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by Schoeser, Mary
Chintz, or glazed printed cotton fabric, was an important part of many nineteenth - and twentieth-century decorative schemes. Bold and colourful chintzes were used for curtains, bed hangings and loose covers for furniture in sets intended for whole suites of rooms. The chintz at Brodsworth Hall in Yorkshire is an important collection that has survived in astonishing completeness, and comprises over 500 piec...
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Dover Castle

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by Brindle, Steven
Dover Castle's location, commanding the shortest sea crossing between England and the Continent, has given it immense strategic importance. The chalk of Castle Hill has been shaped and reshaped over the centuries into massive earthworks, ditches and mounds. Imposing walls and towers have been raised and networks of tunnels built beneath them. Henry II began the building of the present castle in the 1180s, a...
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Stonehenge

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by Richards, Julian
Today, visitors experience Stonehenge as a wonder of ancient achievement and an enduring symbol of mystery. But Stonehenge was built as a temple - a place of ceremony, of burial and of celebration. The first Stonehenge was simple - just a circular ditch and bank, perhaps with a few small upright timber posts or stones - and was constructed about 5,000 years ago, in the period of prehistory known as the Ne...
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London Hidden Interiors

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by Philip Davies
London Hidden Interiors, a mighty 448-page glossy volume by Philip Davies with photos by Derek Kendall lets us into 180 of the buildings we all queue for every September during the capital’s highly popular Open Day, and a few more always out of bounds.
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Britain's Oldest Art

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by Bahn, Paul
“Britain’s Oldest Cave Art” is an illustrated and highly informative book about the ice age cave art of Creswell Crags. Britain’s first Ice Age cave art was discovered at Creswell Crags in 2003 by Paul Bahn, Paul Pettitt and Sergio Ripoll. The book starts with the discovery if the art; places the Ice Age archaeology of the crags in a national context; draws on continental parallels and details the scientif...
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Mata Hari's Eye. Aerial Photography and Archaeology

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by Martyn Barber
This book was inspired by a centenary marking the first aerial photographs of an archaeological monument in Britain. Those photographs are inevitably of Stonehenge. How a single balloon flight and the resulting photographs fit into the context of the history of aerial photography is revealed in this fascinating new book. The main emphasis is on how aerial photography came to be such an important tool for ar...
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Played in London

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by Inglis Simon
From its first century Roman amphitheatre to the 21st century Olympic Stadium at Stratford, London has always been a city of spectacles and sporting fever. In the 12th century crowds would gather at Smithfield to watch horse racing and ball games. In Tudor times they flocked to the tiltyards of Whitehall and Westminster to enjoy jousting, while in the 17th century the Stuarts were keen exponents of a game w...
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