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By Atterbury, Paul
Since the 1960s thousands of miles of track and hundreds of stations have been closed across Britain. This title traces 36 routes that it has long since ceased to be possible to travel by train but are nevertheless still rich in railway culture. It illustrates the journeys with p...ictures and ephemera of the railways.Read more
Paul Atterbury explores the British railway maps of Great Britain from the 1920s and 1930s, on a county-by-county basis, reviewing the railway lines, such as lost passenger branch lines, closed passenger lines and open passenger lines, while covering aspects of railway and county... history.Read more
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This popular book is a fully detailed guide to all Moorcroft pottery from 1897-1993 with more designs, colourways, shapes, drawings and information to the previous editions. It includes all the known designs by William and Walter Moorcroft and Sally Tuffin for Moorcroft
By Osband, Linda; Edited by Atterbury, Paul
Features images of original and well restored Victorian features. This book contains a room-by-room tour of Victorian homes, covering everything from grand opulence to modest dwellings. It is illustrated throughout, with design details such as close-ups of fabrics and wallpaper.
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