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John Chapman's Lancashire

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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.
Web Price: £24.99
28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

Bats Pads & Gladiators

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Charles Wood has unearthed a worldwide passion for Gloucestershire cricket that’s alive and well, and full to the brim with eccentricity and odd statistics. A tome to be enjoyed by every lover of the ‘summer game’.
Web Price: £12.99
15.06 EUR 16.24 USD 21.28 AUD

Portrait of Wimbledon

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Featuring over 150 superlative images and text reflecting this extraordinary diversity, renowned photographer Beata Moore’s latest collection captures the essence of Wimbledon, its historic legacy and its vibrant present.
Web Price: £16.99
19.69 EUR 21.24 USD 27.83 AUD

National Service 50 Years On

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This fascinating and richly nostalgic book by Berwick Coates will provide insights into National Service for those too young to have experienced it and will bring a host of memories for those who went through the apparently endless round of square-bashing and spitting-and- polishing, sometimes with endurance and surprisingly often with enjoyment.
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23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

Goodbye Old Friend

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Following the First World War, the Empire of the Horse evaporated, and within a few decades the working horse had disappeared almost entirely from the British landscape. Simon Butler explores the reasons for this change and the effect it has had on our lives. The story follows on from the his bestselling book The War Horses in which he describes the fate of the horse during the 1914-18 war.
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23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

Past & Present - London Glassblowing

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Set up in 1976 by Peter Layton, London Glassblowing Studio and Gallery has become one of Europe’s leading creative hubs for glassmaking. Layton's pioneering vision to establish a workshop that would take risks and experiment with glass in an organic fashion, has breathed life and energy into a material previously confined to industrial usage as shown in this superbly illustrated book.
Web Price: £24.99
28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

Steam Across The Highlands

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Packed with evocative colour images by Brian Sharpe, this book shows the full story of the steam revival on every surviving route in the Highlands, from the Strathspey Railway, through the regular ‘West Highlander’ and ‘Jacobite’ trains to Mallaig, to the one-off specials to Oban, Kyle of Lochalsh and the Far North.
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23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

Jim Clark to Jackie Stewart

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It has been said that if you can remember anything about the sixties you weren’t really there, but this entertaining book challenges that assertion for those whose ‘highs’ came through motor racing. It is also said that a picture is worth a thousand words and here the inimitable illustrations of Bryan Apps and his memories of motor races in the 1960s bring that era vividly back to life.
Web Price: £19.99
23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

Preserved Steam-Powered Machines

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This book by John Hannavy is primarily a celebration of the diversity of preserved steam and the skill and perseverance of the volunteers who have ensured that steam will never die - the essential guide to where the mighty machines of Britain’s industrial greatness can still be seen and enjoyed.
Web Price: £9.99
11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

A Singular Exmoor Man

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In this perceptive biography of an extraordinary countryman, both hugely talented and staggeringly awkward, Hector’s son Bruce Heywood paints an honest yet sympathetic portrait of his father, and of the host of colourful characters who touched Hector’s life. Anyone with an interest in Exmoor in particular, or English country life in the twentieth century in general, will be fascinated by the story of this cussed, yet ultimately intriguing character.
Web Price: £19.99
23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

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