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The North Yorkshire Moors Railway

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A photographic journey with Mike Heath who ecocatively illustrates the reasons why the railway can rightly boast to being the most popular heritage lines in the country.
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17.37 EUR 18.74 USD 24.55 AUD

From The Shoreline

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Amid Janice Alamanou’s captivating landscapes of Norfolk, she also tells the story of becoming a professional photographer and her passion for photography, including observations of the coast, the wider environment and the people within it – mixed with a little technical detail and characteristic humour.
Web Price: £29.99
34.76 EUR 37.49 USD 49.12 AUD

The Isle of Purbeck in Pen & Ink

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The drawings were created Roy Carr's direct experience of countless walks and thorough investigation of Purbeck over a number of years and comprise over 300 meticulous illustrations and maps for which an explanation is given in hand-written text.
Web Price: £9.99
11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

Cheshire Unusual & Quirky

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If you think you know Cheshire, read this fascinating and profusely illustrated book by Andrew Beardmore and think again…
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23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

Somerset Cricketers 1946-1970

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This is the third volume by Stephen Hill and Barry Phillips in a series outlining the lives of each man who has played first-class cricket for Somerset. The first two books were widely praised as hugely informative and very readable accounts of the history of cricket in the county, with engaging detours into social history. Somerset Cricketers 1946–1970 continues in the same vein and is sure to delight anyone with an interest in this fascinating club.
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19.69 EUR 21.24 USD 27.83 AUD

The Broads National Park from the Air

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Through the medium of Mike Page’s expert aerial photography we can experience how truly connected are the rivers, fens, marshes and settlements that make up this intricate mosaic, as he takes us on an A to Z birds-eye journey over the stunning Broads, from Acle to Great Yarmouth and from Alderfen to Wroxham Broad.
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19.69 EUR 21.24 USD 27.83 AUD

Colours of Suffolk

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Mark Staples tends to favour bold colours and these have become a trademark of his work. There is no shortage of colourful scenes to photograph in Suffolk: Colours of Suffolk bears witness to this. In this superb collection of photographs, Mark brings together some of his favourite Suffolk views, which makes Colours of Suffolk a beautiful keepsake for visitors to the county and locals alike.
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19.69 EUR 21.24 USD 27.83 AUD

East Sussex Smugglers' Pubs

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Terry Townsend, who has written extensively on this subject, has identified a significant number of authentic Smugglers’ pubs distributed throughout East Sussex. The events actually occurring during the smuggling heyday provide stories every bit as wild as any to be imagined.
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11.58 EUR 12.49 USD 16.36 AUD

Discovering Lost Devon

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The wonderful photographs in this book by Peter Thomas come from a unique collection of recently rediscovered magic lantern slides. At a time when Victoria was queen these photographs were used to entertain eager audiences, just as the cinema entertains us today. Unseen for over a hundred years, this superb collection is now again brought to public view, reminding us of what we have lost in Devon.
Web Price: £19.99
23.17 EUR 24.99 USD 32.74 AUD

Raphael Maklouf

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This copiously illustrated biography traces Raphael Maklouf’s ancestry and early years in Palestine, the development of his artistic career at Camberwell College of Art under the tutelage of the eminent Czech sculptor Dr Karel Vogel, and the extraordinary chain of coincidences that led to the founding of Tower Mint.

Web Price: £24.99
28.96 EUR 31.24 USD 40.93 AUD

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