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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...
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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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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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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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Lost London

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by Philip Davies
Described as a publishing phenomenon, Lost London transports the reader back in time with amazing and evocative photographs.
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Panoramas of Lost London: Work, Wealth, Poverty and Change 1870-1945

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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.
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England's Shipwreck Heritage: From logboats to U-boats

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by Cant, Serena
What do characters as diverse as Alfred the Great, the architect Sir Christopher Wren, diarist Samuel Pepys and the Victorian poet Gerard Manley Hopkins have in common? All had some involvement in shipwrecks: in causing, recording or salvaging them. This book examines a variety of wrecks from logboats, Roman galleys and medieval cogs to East Indiamen, grand ocean liners, fishing boats and warships - all a...
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Ships of the Port of London: First to eleventh centuries AD

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by Marsden, Peter
This report is the first full study of the remains of ships and boats used in the port of London from the first to the eleventh century AD. Using evidence from the vessels, from the waterfronts, and from trade goods, Peter Marsden has reconstructed the design and use fo these ancient ships, and brought together for the first time the accumulated evidence of over 30 years of archaeolgoical research.
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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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