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England has a long and historic relationship with the sea. The source of a bountiful harvest of seafood that has sustained the population it provides trade routes and a final line of defense against invasion. Throughout history it was the link in the empire that saw Britain emerge as the world's first great power. For some the sea has also provided the last view of home as emigration took them to far-flung corners of the world while for others perhaps fleeing religious or political persecution the sea offered a route to safety.For almost a century Aerofilms recorded Britain from the air and Peter Waller has delved through the Aerofilms archive held by Historic England to explore the country's maritime heritage. Alongside the photographs taken of the great castles and abbeys of the country Aerofilms also recorded industrial and commercial activity including the docks and ports that were an essential part of maintaining Britain's place in the world. He looks at how the docks and ports have evolved since the years immediately after World War I how traditional patterns of trade have changed how the Royal Navy has shrunk and how the leisure industry has come to dominate.Key Features:320 pagesPaperbackPublished in 2017

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Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970 Stockists

Neo-Georgian design which began with a revival of the Georgian ideals of symmetry and classical proportion in the late nineteenth century has exerted a powerful and enduring influence on English-language cultures around the world.Neo-Georgian Architecture 1880-1970 assesses the impact of this movement through a consideration of the buildings objects institutions and actors involved contending that Neo-Georgianism was not simply another dying gasp of Revivalism but a complex assertion of national image and identity with a complicated and at times fraught relationship to modernism.Key Features:256 pagesPublished in 2016

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Lost England 1870-1930 Stockists

Lost England is the most comprehensive visual history of late 19th and early 20th century England ever published. The book takes the reader on a journey through the great cities of Manchester Liverpool Newcastle and Birmingham to London and Bristol and reveals the towns and villages across England shedding light on the people and the landscape. This unique portrait of England’s past as its imperial power reached new heights around the globe reveals the life the people and the buildings of the Victorian and Edwardian era. As with Lost London the pin sharp close up clarity of the photographs will astonish today’s...

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The Railway Goods Shed and Warehouse in England Stockists

Although railway companies typically realised higher revenues from transporting goods than passengers the sheds and warehouses associated with goods transport have received relatively little attention. Today these historically significant buildings are at risk of being lost due to development and demolition. John Minnis provides the first comprehensive catalogue of surviving goods sheds showing how their design evolved in the early days of the railways. Although the sheds had roughly the same function there was considerable variety in their design and size from small timber huts to the massive warehouses seen in major...

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Guidebook: Tintagel Castle Stockists

With its spectacular setting on a windswept Cornish headland Tintagel Castle is one of England’s most dramatic sites combining history and legend. Associated with myths of King Arthur since the Middle Ages the story of the site actually begins in the fifth to seventh centuries when Dark Age people built a thriving settlement here with trade links to the Mediterranean and beyond. Remains of this Dark Age settlement lie around those of the 13th-century castle built by Richard Earl of Cornwall brother of King Henry III.This revised guidebook includes a full tour and history of the site includes new reconstruction drawings...

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Coventry Stockists

The Coventry Blitz of 14th November 1940 was a key event of the Second World War and in the growth of public consciousness of the destructive power of warfare. The medieval city already undergoing rapid change was largely destroyed on that night. The destruction was seen as an opportunity by some including the then City Architect Donald Gibson. The result was the first of the master plans for post-war redevelopment of Britain’s bombed city centres. The redevelopment of Coventry city centre to plans by Gibson and his successors provided an intensely urban and civilised centre embodying new planning principles. Post-war...

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Place-Making: The Art of Capability Brown Stockists

Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown (1716-1783) is the iconic figure at the head of the English landscape style a tradition that has dominated landscape design in the western world. He was widely acclaimed for his genius in his own day and his influence on the culture of England has arguably been as great as that of Turner Telford and Wordsworth. Yet although Brown has had his biographers his work has generated very little analysis.Brown was prolific; he has had a direct influence on half a million acres of England and Wales. The astonishing scale of his work means that he did not just transform the English countryside...

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Ditherington Mill and the Industrial Revolution Stockists

Ditherington Mill in Shrewsbury is rightly celebrated as having the first iron-framed building in the world. Its highly innovative structure provided a fireproof environment for industrial processes and is a predecessor of the technologies that today pepper our cities with skyscrapers. Around the Spinning Mill other early buildings have also survived which together make the complex a remarkable example of a textile mill from the new generation of steam-powered factories that were changing the face of Britain at the close of the 18th century. The conversion to a maltings in 1897 gave the mill a new lease of life and added further...

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Technology in the Country House Stockists

Visits to country houses are an important leisure pursuit throughout the British Isles not just to appreciate their superb architecture great paintings and elaborate furniture but also to experience something of the past life of our great families and their households. Mark Girouard suggested in Life in the English Country House that ‘even when the customs have gone the houses remain enriched by the accumulated alterations and often accumulated contents of several centuries. Abandoned lifestyles can be disinterred from them in much the same way as from the layers of an archaeological dig’.By the 19th century  life...

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Bowled Over - The Bowling Greens of Britain Stockists

Bowls is one of Britain’s oldest sports first recorded in the 13th century and played on thousands of greens spread across the nation several of them hundreds of years old. In Bowled Over bowls historian Hugh Hornby traces the history of the game and its central place in British culture – from Sir Francis Drake and Charles I to the pristine suburban clubs of 21st century Britain and the indoor greens of modern holiday camps. He explains how different codes of bowling have emerged since Elizabethan times in different parts of the country; for example crown green bowls in Lancashire and Yorkshire with its undulating...

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The Country House Stockists

This book presents a series of conference papers exploring the material culture of the country house and its presentation to the public. There is an academic interest in the consumption practices of the elite and in the country house as a lived and living space which was consciously transformed according to fashion and personal taste; but importantly there is also a concern amongst curators to present a coherent narrative of historic properties and their contents to the modern visitor.The proceedings address a number of current academic debates about elite consumption practices and the role of landed society as arbiters of...

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