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The Architecture of Sharpe, Paley and Austin

Sharpe: Brandwood, Geoff
Sharpe, Paley and Austin was one of England's greatest Victorian architectural practices. The book is richly illustrated and explores not only the firm's buildings but also a fascinating web of family and professional interconnections. This will appeal to architectural historians, students of the architecture and social historians.
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St Paul's Cathedral Before Wren

Schofield, John
This is the first ever comprehensive account of the archaeology and history of the cathedral and its churchyard from Roman times up to the construction of the Wren building. The cathedrals which preceded that of Wren come to the surface again, and we can appreciate the cultural and religious importance of St Paul's over more than 1000 years.
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Played in London: Charting the heritage of a city at play

Inglis, Simon
From its first century Roman amphitheatre to the 21st century Olympic Stadium at Stratford, London has always been a city of spectacles and sporting fever. Profusely illustrated with detailed maps and in-depth research, Played in London is the most ambitious offering yet from the acclaimed Played in Britain series. Capital sport guaranteed.
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The British Olympics: Britain's Olympic Heritage 1612-2012

Polley, Martin
Britain's fascination with all things Olympian has played a pivotal role in shaping the Games as we know them today. The British Olympics is a vital and entertaining source for anyone with an interest in the Games, in sport, and in Britain's social and cultural heritage.
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Textile Mills of South West England

Williams M
This book provides a wide-reaching analysis of historical context, an account of the origins and development of each of the industries, an interpretation of the distinctive features of the buildings, a clarification of the historical importance of South West textile mills and clear statements on the benefits of their conservation.
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Paddington Station: Its history and architecture

Brindle, Steven
Paddington Station in London is one of Britain's most splendid and historically significant railway termini, and one of the masterpieces of Isambard Kingdom Brunel. This second edition is richly illustrated from a wealth of historic sources, in a larger format, and has been updated to include a series of momentous recent developments at Paddington.
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