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THROUGH THE WINDOW NUMBER ONE: PADDINGTON TO PENZANCE
Written by GWR.
Stock no. 1819490
Published by GWR. 1st 1924. Good condition.
(Cornish Riviera Route) 300 miles of English country as seen from the G.W.R. trains. Plain cardwraps, blue title to front. B/w illustrations, maps and plates. Biro scribble to rear cover, Covers damp stained and edge-worn. Heavy browning from damp staining to contents (still perfectly readable). Text block browned. Hinges pulled.
BRITISH MINING No.15: THE TEIGN VALLEY SILVER-LEAD MINES 1806-1880
Written by Christopher J. Schmitz.
Stock no. 1819386
Published by Northern Mine Research Society. 2nd 1980. Slightly better than very good condition.
Revised Edition. A Monograph of the Northern Mine Research Society. Large format. Cardwraps with black cloth spine, staple binding. 121 pages. ISBN: 0901450189. Card covers browned at edges. Text block lightly browned.
A REGIONAL HISTORY OF THE RAILWAYS OF GREAT BRITAIN VOLUME I THE WEST COUNTRY
Written by David St John Thomas.
Stock no. 2133039
Published by David & Charles. 6th 1988. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
6th Edition, completely reset. Black cloth boards, gilt title to spine. B/w photos. Includes fold-out plan to rear. ISBN: 0946537178. Wrapper spine is faded.
Edited by Voss Bark. Many famous contributors have written a text which is informative, instructional and evocative. Colour and b/w photos. ISBN: 0713418826.
Historical and Biographical. Founded on Family Records and Manuscripts Preserved at Flaxley Abbey. Red cloth, gilt title to spine. B/w illustrations. Spine and corners bumped, some fraying of cloth to spine edges. Covers slightly grubby. Joints cracked. Tissue-guard from frontis removed. Foxing to contents.
THE CHANGING FOREST: LIFE IN THE FOREST OF DEAN TODAY
Written by Dennis Potter.
Stock no. 1318779
Published by Secker & Warburg. 1st 1962. Very good condition.
Green and white glazed boards. Small format. Spine and corners slightly bumped and worn. Name and date in ink to front free-endpaper. Foxing to endpapers and prelims.
From the Archives of Country Life. The astonishing legacy of one of England's remarkably unspoiled regions. Large format. Grey boards, gilt title to spine. Colour & b/w photos. ISBN: 9781845133313. Top of spine bumped. 2" tear to surface paper at vertical edge of half-title page. Otherwise a fine copy. Top corners of dustwrapper slightly rubbed.
Large format. Pictorial card wraps. B/w photos by Chris Bland. This book celebrates the extraordinary richness of architecture in Bristol of the period 1837-1910. ISBN: 0948975253. SIGNED by author, with a dedication to a previous owner on title page. Light corner creases.
Turquoise glazed boards. B/w photos. 2nd edition. ISBN: 0900814365. SIGNED by author to front endpaper. Page browning.
Glazed pictorial boards. B/w photos. SIGNED by author to front endpaper. Browning to spine and cover edges. Some page browning.
Red boards, gilt title to spine. First published in 1951, the second edition was published in 1966. This book is a reprint of the Second Edition. B/w photos. ISBN: 0854098623. SIGNED by author on front endpaper, which also has previous owners name and address in ink to it. Light fading to cover edges. Some bumping. Foxing to endpapers and outer page edges. Wrapper is edge-creased with browning.
Black cloth spine, gilt title. Green decorated boards. Illustrated with drawings by the author and various photographs. SIGNED by author to title page. Very browned tape and tape glue marks to pastedowns and endpapers.