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The History of the London Underground Map

Roope, Caroline
Provides a new insight into the history of London Underground, from the viewpoint of its visual and cartographic heritage and against a backdrop of socio-political issues.
£15.00 £20.00
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The Architecture Lover's Guide to London

Sian, Lye,
Looks at the history of architecture in London in key periods such as Roman times, Norman, Stuart, Victorian and Georgian periods to Art Deco, Postmodernism and High Tech styles of today.
£11.99 £14.99
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An Encyclopaedia of World Bridges

McFetrich, David
Contains approximately one thousand main entries describing more than 1200 individual bridge structures and hundreds of full colour photographs.
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London's Transport From Roman Times to the Present Day

Burton, Anthony
This is the first book to tell the story of London's transport system from the earliest times to the present day.
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A Guide to the Krays' London

Allen, Caroline
A great guide for those wishing to explore the London Gangster Scene, containing Previously unknown information about the twins.
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The Railways of London Docklands: Their History and Development

Jonathan, Willis,
Describes the creation of London's enclosed docks and the first period of railway construction during the second half of the 19th century.
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Castles of England

Davis, John Paul
Castles are among the most visited tourist sights in Britain and Ireland, and the book will act as a companion and historical guide.
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A Photographic Journey Through the London Underground: Look Again

Rollmann, Elke
High Quality Art Photography, Informative Text, Useful to Historians, Architects and Designers and useful to Modelmakers
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Images of the Past: The British Seaside

Gosling, Luci
A visual treat combining the rich variety of material found at the Mary Evans Picture Library much of it published for the very first time
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