Felixstowe Through Time by Michael Rouse

By Michael Rouse

Felixstowe owes its lifestyles to the 19th-century model for beach vacations while the gentry and businessmen selected to construct their summer season apartments within the parishes of Walton and Felixstowe. In previous centuries Walton were the extra major cost, with a manor and a fortress. Even the later castle guarding the Suffolk aspect of Harwich harbour was once frequently thought of to join Essex. whilst the Dutch landed at the universal in 1667 and have been defeated by means of Land shield Fort's garrison, all England heard of where and King Charles II himself paid them a trip. subscribe to Mike Rouse in this interesting visible trip round this well known and vibrant city, as he exhibits us what have an effect on historical past has had at the sector via time. This new choice of photos, conscientiously chosen through the writer, is bound to shock and enjoyment citizens and viewers alike.

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London Reiseführer Michael Müller Verlag: Individuell reisen by Ralf Nestmeyer

By Ralf Nestmeyer

publication zur eleven. komplett überarbeiteten und aktualisierten Auflage 2017

Es gibt zahllose Gründe, nach London zu reisen: monumentale Gotteshäuser wie Westminster Abbey oder die St. Paul's Cathedral, Kunstmuseen von Weltrang wie die Tate Gallery of recent artwork, urige Pubs und ausgefallene Szenekneipen, eine schier unendliche Restaurantvielfalt, kaum enden wollende Shoppingmeilen und, und, und …
Abwechslung vom Großstadtrummel bieten Ausflüge zu den Schlössern und Landsitzen in der Umgebung, etwa zum Windsor fortress oder zu den Kew Gardens.

Ab 2017 neu: Die Neuauflage des City-Guides erscheint in komplett neuem Outfit und ist dadurch noch übersichtlicher und griffiger – zahlreiche neue good points (z. B. ein Kapitel für den schmaleren Geldbeutel, ein Kinderkapitel, Top-Listen sowie eating places und Museen auf einen Blick) erleichtern die Orientierung. Den Auftakt bilden Themenseiten zu den Stadtvierteln und Sehenswürdigkeiten, zur Kulinarik, zum Nachtleben und zum Shopping.
Die Touren und Ausflüge führen in alle Winkel der Stadt, wobei auch Viertel abseits der Top-Sehenswürdigkeiten berücksichtigt werden. Subjektiv, persönlich und wertend – die MM-Bücher mit ihren eating place- und Einkaufstipps, ihren Hintergrundgeschichten und Service-Infos sind, used to be sie schon immer waren: mehr als »nur« Reiseführer.

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Lowestoft & the Suffolk Coast Through Time by Michael Rouse

By Michael Rouse

Lowestoft, at the dawn Coast, is as a long way east as you may be within the uk with out getting your ft rainy. as soon as an immense fishing port, town used to be reinvented via Samuel Morton Peto within the 19th century as a lodge to rival Brighton. struggling with the decline of those industries, Lowestoft now seeks to develop into the onshore centre for the renewable energies industry.Michael Rouse s pictures chart a few of these alterations, from the lack of the previous fishing to town s have to cater for contemporary holidaymakers with vehicle parks and enhancement schemes alongside the gorgeous South seashore. He travels outdoors Lowestoft to the as soon as sea-threatened villages of Pakefield and Kessingland, to the crumbling cliffs of Corton and its vacation villages, and eventually to the vibrant Oulton Broad.

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Mudlarking: Thames Estuary Cruising Yarns by Nick Ardley

By Nick Ardley

during this captivating sequel to the profitable neighborhood best-seller Salt Marsh & dust, the skipper and his mate meander lightly round the sea coast of East Anglia, exploring the marshland from North Kent to Suffolk of their tan-sailed, wood clinker sloop, Whimbrel. even if sitting with a cup of tea whereas staring at out over a relaxed waterway or crusing up among London s notable structures, they make the effort to go searching them and to understand the points of interest, sounds and tales that abound. Nick Ardley lovingly weaves his yarns of conventional crusing together with his personal memories and particular wisdom of the areas and waterways that they come upon. the varied rivers and creeks that indent the Thames archipelago cover a wealth of historical past and nature; this fascinating e-book uncovers some of these secrets and techniques and brings them to lifestyles. The tales tucked among the pages of this e-book will attract locals, crusing lovers, and a person with an curiosity within the background or natural world of this attention-grabbing quarter of the country.

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The West Highland Way: Milngavie to Fort William Scottish by Terry Marsh

By Terry Marsh

A guidebook to Scotland's West Highland approach, a 95-mile stroll from Milngavie close to Glasgow to citadel William, passing Loch Lomond, crossing Rannoch Moor and completing within the shadow of Britain's optimum mountain. The stroll, which takes approximately one week to accomplish, is defined in seven phases, with every one degree starting from eight to twenty miles. The consultant info the 'classic' south-north path but in addition offers a precis description for these eager to stroll the course within the contrary direction.
The guidebook, which gains step by step direction descriptions, 1:100K mapping, convenient useful details in addition to notes at the region's heritage, tradition and geography, is followed through a separate, pocket-sized 1:25K OS map publication, offering the entire mapping you want to stroll the route.
Passing from the lowlands to the highlands, the West Highland manner, that is considered one of Scotland's nice Trails, showcases the splendour of glens flanked through nice mountains, majestic moorland and sprawling farmland. it's the excellent experience for distance walkers willing to find the wild fantastic thing about western Scotland.

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50 Gems of Norfolk: The History & Heritage of the Most by Pete Goodrum

By Pete Goodrum

From the bustling middle of old Norwich to the tranquillity of the north coast, Norfolk is a spot of contrasts. Tiny villages, the rural panorama and the world-famous Norfolk Broads are all elements of the landscape that's Norfolk. this can be a e-book that may take you from the thrill of the reasonable at nice Yarmouth to sequestered spots of historical curiosity. Boats and shorelines, piers and pubs, stately homes and steam railways – they’re all the following in a lovingly painted photograph of Norfolk today.

50 gem stones of Norfolk explores many of the areas that make the county certain. Taking in a few recognized destinations in addition to exploring a few quieter byways, it is a examine locations to determine and issues do during this impressive position. Steeped in a background that embraces either its agricultural history and seafaring culture, Norfolk proudly recognizes that it loves to ‘do different’. inside of those pages you’ll locate a number of the the explanation why that’s true.

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Sittingbourne The Postcard Collection by Robert Turcan

By Robert Turcan

Sittingbourne’s regular progress from mid-Victorian instances all started with the development of a railway line linking London to east Kent port, bisecting the city. Sittingbourne was once well known for its brick and cement manufacture, even though papermaking for this reason predominated the town’s undefined. staff for those trades frequently moved from the geographical region. Terraces of homes accommodating them arose both sides of the most Watling road thoroughfare. financial progress maintains apace this day, with a much higher diversity of business enterprises.

This marvelous number of outdated postcards offers an enticing perception into ordinarily Edwardian occasions – a necessary degree during this town’s improvement. they're attention-grabbing too due to their common utilization; as average as emails, but simply as innovative of their heyday.

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For the Love of London: What makes London great by the by Conrad Gamble

By Conrad Gamble

Londoners percentage their favorite points of the capital - that includes Sir Paul Smith, Dame Zaha Hadid, Stephen Fry, Martine Wright, Dom Joly, Don Letts, Henry Holland and lots of more

London is an epic tale, with excellent destinations that make your middle race and your head imagine. And, like several the simplest tales, it has really good characters. This publication is full of these characters conversing approximately their favorite features of this extra special urban. From leaders of their fields to neighborhood legends, those are the folk whose beat units the rhythm of London. Their short was once uncomplicated: to bare whatever that captivated them approximately London. the result's a various diversity of vignettes that seize the eccentricity, authenticity and actual originality of London.

Beautifully illustrated all through with beautiful images via Tony Briggs and Andy Donohoe, among others, this certain publication is the ideal package deal either in case you have already fallen in love with London, and if you are only commencing to detect the city.

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The Guide to Mysterious Aberdeen by Geoff Holder

By Geoff Holder

Aberdeen is stuffed with mysteries, marvels and strangeness, and this e-book is a complete advisor to all of them. the following you'll stumble upon magic, witchcraft, folklore and superstitions; modern city legends; gargoyles and graveyards; graverobbers and murderers; stone circles and prehistoric burial websites; UFOs and freak climate; and stories of horror, insanity, humour – and unsafe porridge.

Many forgotten elements of the city’s unusual historical past are right here, from the traumatic (spontaneous human combustion, William Wallace’s dismembered limbs, the guy who died of fright after a ridicule execution, and the bodysnatching professors) to the downright strange (a speaking statue, a marriage party which used to be flawed for an alien invasion fleet, and golfing with tremendous skulls).

The consultant to Mysterious Aberdeen is the 10th in Geoff Holder’s acclaimed sequence. As with the former volumes, it's profusely illustrated with over a hundred images and attracts on either old and glossy resources. complete entry and placement information are given for either driving force and walker alike, making this the vital significant other for somebody exploring the Granite City.

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Seaford Through Time by Kevin Gordon

By Kevin Gordon

Half-way among Eastbourne and Brighton, the quiet Sussex city of Seaford is usually ignored as a vacation vacation spot however it has an plentiful and interesting background. Seaford's prior seems down in town, particularly actually within the kind of the Neolithic Hill fortress at the cliffs at Seaford Head. Over the centuries town has been a bustling Cinque Port, a rotten borough, a quiet seashore backwater, a centre for schooling, a garrison city and a aim for enemy motion. Seaford at the present time is a residential city nestled among the ocean and the South Downs nationwide Park, notwithstanding there are nonetheless clues to be came across that time to the wealthy tapestry of its prior. during this booklet, neighborhood historian Kevin Gordon embarks on a nostalgic journey utilizing outdated images and postcards to find how the city has constructed and changed.

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