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THE BEAUTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES VOL. IX
Written by John Britton.
Stock no. 2134257
Published by Vernor, Hood & Sharpe; Longman, Hurst, Rees And Orme; Cuthell And Martin. 1st 1807. Very good condition.
Leather spine and corners; raised bands to spine, gilt title; marbled boards. Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire. Beauties of England and Wales Series. 27 plates. Spine is faded, with a few marks. Browning to boards, with a little foxing. Page browning and foxing internally. Edge chips to a few page margins.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE AND RUTLAND
Written by Herbert A. Evans. Illustrated by F.L. Briggs.
Stock no. 1320357
Published by Macmillan & Co. Ltd.. 1st 1918. Almost very good condition.
Blue cloth with gilt titles. B/w illustrations. Bumps/heavy dents to cover edges and corners. Wear to spine edges. A few marks to covers. Some foxing and page edge browning.
B/w illustrations. The hills and dales of Old Mercia. Bumping and wear to spine and corners. Spotting to covers. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges.
A reprint of the original, first published in 1935. In the East Midlands, some of the country's largest industrial railway systems were to be found in ironstone quarries set in the rolling countryside of the 'shires' and it is within this natural environment that Rutland Railway Museum has attempted to recreate the typical industrial yard and railway sidings, to tell the little-known story of railway activity in industry generally and ironstone quarrying in particular. Large format. White pictorial cardwraps. Stapled binding. B/w illustrations. 46 pages including index. ISBN: 0950672300.
THE 'BUXTON LINE' PART TWO: THE BUXTON EXTENSION (SCENES FROM THE PAST: 50)
Written by J.M. Bentley; G.K. Fox.
Stock no. 1820035
Published by Foxline. 1st 2006. Fine condition.
From Whaley Bridge to Buxton (LNWR) via Chapel-En-Le-Frith (South) and Dove Holes. Large format. Blue pictorial cardwraps. B/w photos and track plans. ISBN: 187011986X.
THE DERBYSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGICAL JOURNAL VOLUME CIII FOR THE YEAR 1983
Written by Graeme Barker; D.V. Fowkes.
Stock no. 1819478
Published by Moorland Publishing. 1984. Slightly better than very good condition.
Grey cardwraps. B/w illustrations. Contents include: The Survey and Excavation of a Neolithic Settlement Area at Mount Pleasant, Kenslow; The prehistoric Pottery from Mam Tor: Further considerations; Excavations at Poole's Cavern, Buxton: an Interim Report; The Curzons of Fifteenth-Century Derbyshire; and more.
Card wraps. Colour photos throughout. ISBN: 9780300126662. SIGNED by author, with dedication to a previous owner on half-title page. Some creasing to edge of front cover and corners. Contents are excellent.
LINCOLNSHIRE TOWNS AND INDUSTRY 1700-1914
Written by Neil Wright.
Stock no. 2132440
Published by History Of Lincolnshire Committee. 1st 1982. Fine condition in a slightly better than very good dustwrapper.
Lincolnshire's role in the industrial revolution which made Britain the first industrial nation. Green cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w plates and maps. 300 pages includes index. ISBN: 0902668102. Wrapper slightly rubbed at corners with slightly faded spine.
THE GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY IN THE EAST MIDLANDS: COLWICK YARDS, NOTTINGHAM LONDON ROAD - GEDLING - BASFORD
Written by Alfred Henshaw.
Stock no. 1818208
Published by The Railway Correspondence And Travel Society. 1st 1999. Nearly fine condition.
Large format. Green card wraps. B/w photos. Colwick Yards, Nottingham London Road - Gedling - Basford. ISBN: 0901115843. Small top corner crease throughout. Tiny piece of laminate starting to peel from lower front corner of cover. Else contents fine.
Large format. Card wraps. B/w photos. ISBN: 0954759109. Creasing to corners and some cover edges.
BOSTON: A HISTORY & CELEBRATION
Written by Neil Wright. Illustrated by Francis Frith.
Stock no. 1816196
Published by The Francis Frith Collection. 1st 2005. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
Boston, UK. A fascinating portrait of Boston from years gone by to the present day with photos from The Francis Frith Collection. Glazed pictorial boards. B/w & colour photos. 117 pages. ISBN: 1845891961.
Small format. Red cloth, gilt titles. With Map. A Murray's Guide. Map in rear pocket present and complete without tears. Covers marked. Spine browned with wear and small split at top. Joints cracked. Tear to lower edge of front endpaper. Name and date in ink to half-title page. Foxspots to prelims else contents clean. A sound copy of the first edition.