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100 Greatest Cycling Climbs

Cycling is Britain`s biggest boom sport and nowhere is the boom more evident than on the road: once seen as the preserve of serious racers, the road bike has recently found a new lease of life due to the...

100 Greatest Walks in Britain

100 Greatest Walks in Britain is a filofax style guide produced on waterproof, tear-resistant paper. Double sided walk route sheets have been designed to be removed from the complete file and used as note...

111 Coffee Shops in London That You Must Not Miss

Statistics show that 80% of Londoners drink coffee every day and that 800,000 Brits visit a coffee shop at least 4 times a week. Featuring London`s most interesting and unusual coffee shops from neighbourhood...

111 Gardens in London That You Shouldn`t Miss

Which garden can you only enter if you are accompanied by children? Where can you find walrus bones, vampire stories and inspiration for red telephone boxes? And since when do you see skateboards and mobile...

111 Places in Liverpool That You Shouldn`t Miss

Liverpool`s unique history as an international port and a cultural melting pot has given it a character all its own. The city has produced music that conquered the world and is home to more historic buildings...

111 Places in York That You Shouldn`t Miss

What sort of curious place would give its shortest street the longest name? Or build a dazzling gold-lined dome - and hide it from view? The same mixed-up metropolis that was once the capital of England...

1606: Shakespeare and the Year of Lear

1606: William Shakespeare and the Year of Lear traces Shakespeare`s life and times from the autumn of 1605, when he took an old and anonymous Elizabethan play, The Chronicle History of King Leir, and transformed...

1616 Map of Kent Cushion

A map of the world drawn by Antonio Sances apparently for ”Domingvos Martis Dorta;” 1623: with coloured drawings, coats of arms of various countries.The cover, printed using archival inks to get the...

1660 Universe Cushion

A colourful cushion with a map of the British Isles in 1707 from the British Library archives, part of a sophisticated and decorative collection from We Love Cushions designed to bring life and style to...

1666: Plague, War and Hellfire

1666 was a watershed year for England. The outbreak of the Great Plague, the eruption of the second Dutch War and the Great Fire of London all struck the country in rapid succession and with devastating...

1916: The Mornings After

The 1916 Easter Rising and its aftermath changed Ireland for ever. The British government`s execution of 14 republican rebels transformed a group hitherto perceived as cranks and troublemakers into national...

2017 Guide to the Night Sky: A Month-by-Month Guide to Exploring the Skies Above Britain and Ireland

A comprehensive handbook to the planets, stars and constellations visible from the northern hemisphere. 6 pages for each month covering January-December 2017. This practical guidebook is both an easy introduction...

21st Century London

This book presents a selection of the most exciting building projects in London since the year 2000. The first decade of the twenty-first century has marked out London as arguably the pre-eminent international...

221B Baker Street Detective Game

221B Baker Street is the London address of the world’s most celebrated fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes, and his dedicated companion, Dr. Watson. In this detective game you start at 221B and travel...

22 Ideas That Saved the English Countryside

The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is one of the world`s longest running environmental groups, marshalling the conservation movement in England since 1926. This book celebrates the achievements...

2600 Bristol Channel Chart Atlas

Spiral bound atlas with 12 sheets:2600.1 Trevose Head to St David’s Head 1:450, 000 WGS 842600.2 Padstow to Hartland Point 1:120, 000 WGS 84Plans Approaches to Padstow, Bude Haven2600.3 Hartland to Ilfracombe...

360 London

How often have you seen images of London`s famous sights that look and feel flat and lifeless? ”360[degrees]” is a totally new concept, a way of seeing the world in the round. With specially-commissioned...

365 Reasons to be Proud to be Irish: Magical Moments in Ireland`s History

365 Reasons To Be Proud To Be Irish is a year-long scenic route of jolliness taking in the quirky events, inventions, traditions, people, places and characters that make Ireland a country worth celebrating...

50 Things to Spot In London

50 Things to Spot in London is a children’s guide to the capital in fun, fact-filled menu cards, featuring key London landmarks, old and new. Find out the height of the London Eye, when the Tower of...

A272: An Ode to a Road

A decade-old obsession for Dutchman Pieter Boogaart resulted in a guidebook that looks like no other, to a subject never before fully explored: the A272. Three continuous texts wind their way through the...

ABC London

Find out what makes London one of the world`s most exciting cities in this unusual alphabet picture book. A is for Art, B is for Brick Lane, C is for Changing of the Guard...this delightful new alphabet...

ABC London Railway Atlas

The latest editions of the London Railway Atlas with detailed mapping showing every railway line and platform, past and present, and detailed historical information about opening closing dates, name changes,...

Aberdeenshire: North and Moray

The north-east of Scotland is one of the least known areas of the country but has an architectural heritage as rich as the Highlands and Angus with which it shares its borders. This volume is the first...

Aberdeenshire: South and Aberdeen

The second of two books exploring the buildings of the north-east of Scotland, this volume surveys Aberdeen - the nation`s third-largest city - and the southern area of Aberdeenshire, including the former...

A Boy`s Own Dale

Growing up in rural Yorkshire in the 1940s and 50s, Terry Wilson spent his school days hunting down Just William books, cutting up apples to help with fractions and staring out the window dreaming up new...

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