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Bristol & Clifton Slave Trade Trails

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For much of the eighteenth century, Bristol was Englandís second city and, between 1730 and 1745, its premier slaving port. Terry Townsend presents the drama of that period through six discovery trails. Maps, detailed directions and over 150 photographs help bring the story to life.
Web Price: £9.99
11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

Portrait of Bristol

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Tony Howell brings together a remarkable collection of over 140 glorious colour images to present a fully rounded portrait of the city which he loves so well.
Web Price: £14.99
17.37 EUR 18.74 USD 24.55 AUD

Murder & Mystery on the Great Western Railway

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Fascinating and compelling stories of murder and mystery that took place on the Great Western Railway in its heyday in Victorian times, by Mike Holgate. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
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11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

A Boot Up Bristol

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Ten selected walks by Rodney Legg, each in a circuit of five to nine miles, tackle varying terrain and suit the needs of families, groups of friends or individuals looking for a gentle stroll or a longer walk. They also explore the cityís setting, just beyond the urban sprawl, where you can escape into a very different world.
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5.78 EUR 6.24 USD 8.17 AUD

The Story of Bristol

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The Story of Bristol is a best-selling, well-illustrated and wide-ranging one-thousand-year history of the city John Betjeman preferred to Bath and which he famously described as the finest in England. By Brian Little and John Sansom. Other formats available: Amazon Kindle
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17.37 EUR 18.74 USD 24.55 AUD

Shipside's Bristol

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Frank Shipsides is arguably Bristol's best known and most loved contemporary artist and this beautiful collection brings together some of his outstanding work featuring the city. By Frank Shipsides with Sir Robert Wall.
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28.92 EUR 31.19 USD 40.87 AUD

Shipsides' Slow Boat to Bristol

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A second collection of important paintings by Bristol's most famous contemporary artist. Frank Shipsides with Sir Robert Wall.
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28.92 EUR 31.19 USD 40.87 AUD

Bristol Aircraft (pdf e-book)

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In the year 2000 the Bristol aircraft industry celebrated ninety years of continuous aircraft manufacture. Sir Robert Wall tells of small beginnings in a converted airbase in the village of Filton, and growth into a diverse enterprise of enormous importance to Bristol and its people.
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Web Price: £24.99
28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

Scruffy

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Scruffy, by Barbara Spencer, is a charming little story promoting the responsibilities of pet ownership through a funny, yet heart-rending, tale of a puppy abandoned. Schoolchildren, as young as five, have created the illustrations.They are the winners of a Somerset-wide competition in which six-hundred children took part.
Web Price: £6.99
8.10 EUR 8.74 USD 11.45 AUD

Images of Bristol, Somerset and Dorset Railways

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Now in his seventies, from a boy Maurice Dart has travelled throughout much of Southern Britain armed with a camera, taking photographs of all things railway. His collection has been used in countless magazines and journals. Here for the first time is a comprehensive look at a major part of this unique collection - a book that will become a classic of Westcountry steam.
Web Price: £19.99
23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

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