Sidmouth to Beer Through Time by Steve Wallis

By Steve Wallis

among Sidmouth and Beer lies certainly one of England's most fascinating coastlines. This ebook makes use of pairs of old and glossy photos to discover this coast and 4 settlements alongside it - the preferred vacationer city of Sidmouth and a few of its hinterland, Salcombe Regis hidden in its little valley, the dispersed Branscombe that's relatively a chain of numerous villages, and Beer with its little sheltered cove that was once an incredible base for fishermen. the various geology, from the purple sandstone round Sidmouth to the white chalk of Beer Head, is a part of England's basically flora and fauna history website, and has given upward push to a mind-blowing number of cliffs, coves and seashores. The outdated perspectives are nonetheless recognisable, yet there was a desirable number of smaller alterations that make those pairs of images worthy a detailed glance and they're going to be of curiosity to locals and viewers alike.

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