By John Clancy
By Colin Ashby
By Stuart Hylton
By Robert Turcan
This wonderful choice of outdated postcards offers a fascinating perception into generally Edwardian instances – an essential level during this town’s improvement. they're attention-grabbing too due to their common utilization; as ordinary as emails, but simply as progressive of their heyday.
By Sonja Rouillard
Have you ever desired to stroll within the footsteps of your favourite romance heroine? See grand historical settings from best-loved novels?
Or simply research the interesting backstories of those fascinating locations from Almack's to White's to Bedlam and extra from the relief of your personal home.
Now you can!
Author Sonja Rouillard has mixed her love of trip and romance fiction to create an wonderful ebook that is excellent for a comfortable fireplace learn at domestic or for making plans that grand London excursion.
For the London Adventurer . . .
* every thing you want to discover the previous London that also exists hiding in the sleek city
* sleep like a princess in a 900-year-old citadel or on an old four-poster mattress within the center of London
* get pleasure from a scrumptious real Afternoon Tea
* with costs starting from Governess on vacation to King s Ransom, there s whatever for everyone
* that includes effortless to learn maps of Mayfair and St. James's neighborhoods
* and ~for the blokes actions that may particularly curiosity your guy too!
* plus insider tips on how to get the main out of your trip budget
For the Armchair vacationer . . .
* every thing you must find out about the locations out of your precious old romance novels
* observe which constructions nonetheless exist and what they're now
* learn love tales from real-life heroes and heroines that frequented those outdated places
* with Then & Now photographs of what the structures seemed like some time past in comparison to now
* and that includes romance excerpts from Jane Austen to Georgette Heyer to this present day s best-selling authors
So, take a stroll within the footsteps of your favourite heroine ~ no matter if on a grand, once-in-a-lifetime experience to London or from the relaxation of your house with a hot cup of tea at your side.
NEW Kindle model works with Kindle readers and iPads/iPhones and has those extra positive aspects: clickable site hyperlinks, colour images (color-capable readers), and downloadable maps.
By Sheila Scott
Abbotsford condo, sitting at the outskirts of Galashiels, and as soon as domestic to Sir Walter Scott, has been the second one venture. It bought a two-year preservation and recovery facelift, leading to an grand vacationer allure simply ten mins’ stroll from the top of the hot rail line within the Scottish Borders. Sheila Scott, a qualified photographer in Galashiels for thirty years, presents a desirable number of images tracing many of the some ways during which Galashiels has replaced during the last century, yet particularly during the last ten years. This most up-to-date variation is absolutely updated.
By Peter Lee
Pub-goers, like actors on a degree, performed out their half on the bar because the cleaning soap opera in their lives was once forgotten. In Nuneaton Pubs, Peter Lee explores how public homes thrive at the present time, with a brand new shoppers, new decor, and diverse (or detached) beer, and exhibits that the pub maintains to shape an important and indispensable a part of the background and social textile of our towns.
By Leigh Hatts
This guidebook good points whole OS 1:50,000 scale mapping of the path and complete information regarding lodging, amenities, refreshments and delivery hyperlinks for every level of the direction. it's filled with attention-grabbing information about the locations and lines handed alongside the way in which. A separate pocket-sized map ebook is usually integrated displaying the complete direction on 1:25,000 scale OS maps, delivering all of the mapping had to entire the trail.
The Thames course is a straightforward riverside stroll that discovers the always altering personality of the River Thames.
By Dan Bailey