English Heritage

We found 32 items
View
Sort by
View as

A History of England in 100 Places: Irreplaceable

Hardback
by Wilkinson, Philip
Historic places across the country have shaped England and the world beyond. They are hotbeds of invention, industry and creativity and they bring our nation's story to life. In 2017 Historic England, supported by specialist
In stock online
Online Stock:
55 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 5 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 50 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£20.00
£20.00

Lost London 1870-1945

Hardback Large
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.
In stock online
Online Stock:
4 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 4 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£39.95
£39.95

Lost England: 1870-1930

Hardback
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.
In stock online
Online Stock:
3 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 3 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£15.00
£45.00
£15.00

Hull: Yorkshire's Maritime City

Paperback
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...
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 2 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£5.00
£5.00

England's Maritime Heritage from the Air

Hardback
by Waller, Peter
England has a long and involved relationship with the sea. It has provided a final line of defence against invasion, the route over which the country's global trade has travelled, the source of a bountiful harvest of fish and seafood that has sustained the population, the essential links in the empire that saw Britain emerge as the world's first `Great Power', and, more recently, it has fostered the leisure...
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - Out of stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 2 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£35.00
£35.00

Stonehenge and Avebury World Heritage Sites

Sheet map, folded
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.
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 2 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£9.99
£9.99

Stourport-on-Severn: Pioneer Town of the Canal Age

Paperback
by Giles, Colum
Today many English towns, adjusting to the needs of the 21st century, are turning to the historic environment as a means of reinforcing their identity and distinctiveness, precious attributes in a town's local and regional profile. For Stourport-on-Severn, this special identity is written large in the central part of the town, for there can be few places with such a strong association with a single determin...
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - Out of stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 2 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£7.99
£7.99

Panoramas of Lost London: Work, Wealth, Poverty and Change 1870-1945

Hardback
by Davies, Philip
Over 300 spectacular photographs of London's lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, some of them historic masterpieces, captured in location just before their destruction between 1870-1945.
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 1 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 1 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£30.00
£60.00
£30.00

London Hidden Interiors

Hardback
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.
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 2 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£20.00
£40.00
£20.00

Played in London

Paperback Large
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...
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - Out of stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 2 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£25.00
£25.00

Aerofilms: A History of Britain from Above

Hardback
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.
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 2 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£25.00
£25.00

The English Railway Station

Hardback
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...
In stock online
Online Stock:
2 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - Out of stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 2 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£25.00
£25.00

Hadrian's Wall Archaeological Map

Folded Map
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.
In stock online
Online Stock:
1 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - 1 in stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - Out of stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£9.99
£9.99

Britain's Oldest Art

Paperback
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...
In stock online
Online Stock:
1 available
Available in stores
  • London Store - Out of stock
  • Bristol Store - Out of stock
  • Warehouse - 1 in stock

Order before 5pm to collect from your chosen store after 3pm the next working day.

Find out more about Click & Collect
£14.99
£14.99

Mata Hari's Eye. Aerial Photography and Archaeology

Hardback
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...
Out of stock online
Not available in stores
£25.00
£25.00

The Photographs of Bedford Lemere & Co 1890-1930

Paperback
by NICHOLAS COOPER
Bedford Lemere & Co was the pre-eminent English firm of architectural photographers during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Taking photographs at a time of extraordinary change and unparalleled optimism, its customers were leading architects, designers, industrialists, estate agents, hoteliers and retailers. Over the years Bedford Lemere & Co. photographed country houses, factories, hospitals...
Out of stock online
Not available in stores
£20.00
£20.00

Images of Change

Paperback
by Penrose Sefryn (ed.)
Motorways, airports, tower blocks, power stations, windfarms; TV and the internet, easy travel and shrinking distances; business parks, starter homes and vast shopping and leisure complexes. All of these helped define the later 20th-century world and their material remains remind us of the major changes brought about through innovation and rapidly developing technology. Illustrated with striking aerial and ...
Out of stock online
Not available in stores
£14.99
£14.99

Licensed to Sell

Paperback
by Brandwood Geoff
This is a new edition of English Heritage's widely acclaimed study of that great British institution, the public house. First published in 2004, this was described as the best history of the pub available. Now updated and corrected, it offers a scholarly, yet accessible history of the origins of the pub and its development since medieval times. Alcoholic beverages have long formed a part of British culture ...
Out of stock online
Not available in stores
£17.99
£17.99

Paddington Station

Paperback Large
by Brindle Steven
Paddington Station in London is one of Britain's most splendid and historically significant railway termini, as the home and headquarters of the Great Western Railway, and as one of the masterpieces of its chief engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806-59). Steven Brindle's comprehensive history, the first full-length study of the station to be published, first appeared in 2004. Around the same time, in the c...
Out of stock online
Not available in stores
£25.00
£25.00

The English Seaside

Paperback
by Peter Williams
There is a powerful sense of place at the seaside. You know what to expect. Fishing villages usually have a pier, boats, lobster pots, and masses of seagulls while resort towns have esplanades, piers, grand hotels and gardens. Certain seaside towns have just about everything: Weymouth, for example, has a grand parade of hotels, a wide esplanade and a small fishing village. Blackpool has more of everything -...
Out of stock online
Not available in stores
£14.99
£14.99
View
Sort by
View as

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. It looks like cookies are disabled in your browser. To find out more about our cookie usage policy click here then to find out about changing your browser cookie settings click here (This link opens in a window).

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. By using this site you give implied consent. For more infomation please review our use of cookies in our Cookie Policy and then Accept and Close this bar.

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. It looks like cookies are disabled in your browser. To find out more about our cookie usage policy click here then to find out about changing your browser cookie settings click here (This link opens in a window).

This site requires cookies for account access and purchasing. By using this site you give implied consent. For more infomation please review our use of cookies in our Cookie Policy and then Accept and Close this bar.