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ISBN: 9781841144924
A Portrait of Chester
A Portrait of Chester
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Chester is one of Britain’s most beautiful cities, recently voted the best to visit in England and currently attracting six million visitors annually. But while retaining its sense of historical identity, it is also emerging as a dynamic and modern centre, voted the tenth most profitable city in the same poll. It is perhaps best known for its city walls, which are the longest and most complete in the country, and its outstanding black and white half-timbered buildings and unique medieval Rows, which give the city some of the oldest and most distinctive shop frontages in the world.

Rob Meighen’s glowing portrait of Chester reflects both old and new in an affectionate study which will guarantee even more interest in this lovely city on the banks of the Dee.

Robert Meighen studied documentary photography at the University of Wales, Newport, where he developed a passion for landscape photography. A particular interest in the built environment has led him to photograph the Docklands area of his native Liverpool for over 10 years. Other photographic projects have taken him around the world, tackling subject matter as diverse as the nuclear power industry and the legacy of colonialism in the Spice Islands.

ISBN 1841144924, hardback, 214x230mm, 144 pages. Published March 2006.

John Chapman's LancashireJohn Chapman's Lancashire - £24.99
With over 100 illustrations, John Chapman’s Lancashire looks at the much-changed urban landscape of the North West, bringing to life the hustle and bustle of Lancashire’s busy streets, its railway stations and quaysides. A superb watercolour artist working in the area he knows best.
Spirit of LancashireSpirit of Lancashire - £4.99
Award-winning photographer Jon Sparks has lived and worked in Lancashire for most of his life and has explored it from end to end, in all weathers and using all manner of transport, but especially on foot and by bike. The result is an exceptional collection of photographs that truly captures Lancashire in all its variety and all its many moods.
Helen Bradley's LancashireHelen Bradley's Lancashire - £29.95
Including over 100 pictures, this superbly produced book looks at the life and inspiration of Lancashire's internationally famous artist. By Ina Taylor.
Portrait of LancasterPortrait of Lancaster - £12.99
Award-winning photographer and writer Jon Sparks has lived in Lancaster since the age of 11. Here is is an intimate and affectionate portrait of his home town, through over 140 superb colour images.
Moods of the Bronte MoorsMoods of the Bronte Moors - £12.95
It’s the combination of upland country, well-wooded valleys and characterful mill towns that makes the South Pennines such a fascinating area to explore and photograph, and John Morrison’s stunning new book explores every aspect of this vastly under-rated landscape.
A Portrait of ManchesterA Portrait of Manchester - £12.95
Len Grant's Portrait of Manchester covers the bustling, reinvented city of the north west from the ‘grand’ overall view to the quirky detail. There are images of the familiar and the less familiar, and the photographer’s aim is to show something of the city which is new to even the most dedicated Mancunians.
The East Lancashire RailwayThe East Lancashire Railway - £14.99
In this photographic journey Mike Heath has sought to show the reasons for the preserved East Lancashire Railway’s success and introduce those unfamiliar with the area to the wonderfully varied landscape that surrounds it.
A Portrait of Blackpool & The FyldeA Portrait of Blackpool & The Fylde - £14.99
With Blackpool at its heart, it’s easy to overlook everything else the region has to offer; quieter coastal towns like Lytham and Fleetwood offer sea breezes without Blackpool’s buzz, while just inland is the quiet green country of the Fylde with its peaceful villages and vast skies. All this is explored by award-winning photographer and writer Jon Sparks, who lives on the borders of the Fylde, through 140 superb images and concise, informative and often witty captions.
The Forest of Bowland & Pendle HillThe Forest of Bowland & Pendle Hill - £14.99
The Forest of Bowland is often by-passed by travellers heading north for the Lakes and Scotland on the M6. However there is much to discover as shown in this fascinating photographic guide by Andy Stansfield.
Lancashire MoodsLancashire Moods - £12.99
The image of Lancashire as a landscape of grimy back-to-back terraces, mill chimneys and cobbled streets takes a severe knock in this superb evocation of the north western county by award-winning photographer, Jon Sparks, through over 140 glorious images which throw an entirely new light on this most under-rated of English counties.
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