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by Des Hannigan

Download Historic Tracks: Exploring Britain's Heritage eBook
ISBN:
1857939131
Author:
Des Hannigan
Category:
Europe
Language:
English
Publisher:
Anova Books (August 1, 1997)
Pages:
208 pages
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1499 kb
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ANCIENT TRACKS Everyone has a bit of Britain he would like to keep a. .

ANCIENT TRACKS Everyone has a bit of Britain he would like to keep a secret. But alas, secrets are hard to keep. Favourite places have a habitof being. Des Hannigan is an evocative writer and he expresses a deep feeling for the old highways he describes so well. Take thePilgrims’ Way, which wound its course from many points to converge on the cathedral of Canterbury and the revered tomb ofmartyred archbishop, Thomas Becket. Ancient Tracks: Walking Through Historic Britain is distributed in the United States by Trafalgar Square, North Pomfret, VT 05053, tel: 802-457-1911. Today in History: Born on January 6. 1718.

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In this absorbing book, the chief executive of English Heritage explores how, between 1900 and 1950, the British . is a timely book documenting the long and passionate struggle for preserving historic buildings and sites.

Thurley is a well-placed guide to the characters who enabled this collecting spree and to the challenges that they faced; he tells a vivid story of how the country successfully established a vast open-air museum – Apollo Magazine, 1st July 2013. Apollo Magazine 2013-07-01). C. Richardson, THES (R. Richardson THES 2014-03-06).

Explore our images Historic England, James O. Davies. The Historic England Archive. Historic England holds an extensive range of publications and historic collections in its public archive covering the historic environment. This grassy lunar landscape of 400 pits was first named Grim's Graves by the Anglo-Saxons, but it was not until one of them was excavated in 1870 that they were identified as flint mines dug over 5,000 years ago.

Step back in time with "Walks Through Britain's History", containing more than 100 walks, each with a historical theme

Step back in time with "Walks Through Britain's History", containing more than 100 walks, each with a historical theme. All the circular routes are between 2 and 10 miles and feature detailed maps and directions alongside fascinating background information on the route.

This companion to Ancient Tracks features 15 new scenic walking routes along Britain's ancient thoroughfares, complete with detailed instructions and maps, circular courses, historical background, and 70 color photos. Each of the walks in Historic Tracks is based on themes illuminating Britain's archeological, industrial, historical, and cultural heritage. Trace Cornwall's mining history as you walk along the spectacular coast of Land's End Peninsula; discover Constable's inspiration along the River Stour; and follow the Whiskey Road in Invernesshire. The book explains how each route came into being, who used it and why, the landscape it traverses, and the historical relics to be seen. There are also maps to the main routes, easy-to-follow directions for all the walks, and superb color photographs throughout.