Similar books to Wave-Swept Lighthouses of New England (Images of America). The book focuses as much on the perilous existence of lightkeepers as it does on architecture and engineering. As D'Entremont notes in the preface, people's stories are what make lighthouses the focus of our romantic imaginations. Providence Journal ". Product Description.
Images of England is an online photographic record of all the listed buildings in England at the date of February 2002. It is a snapshot rather than an up-to-date record: it does not include all listed buildings, only those listed at February 2001, and is not updated as listing details change.
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Source: Discovering Historic Wavertree by Mike Chitty. Published by The Wavertree Society 1999. Encyclopedia Article. Hertfordshire, England, Smock mill, Cromer Windmill, Ardeley, Croxley Green Windmill. Green's Mill, Sneinton. Windmills in England.
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Bell, Robert, 1800-1867. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Vols. 8-9 have author statement: Continued from Sir James Mackintosh by William Wallac. e; v. 10 continued by Robert Bell Master microform held by: DLC Includes bibliographical references and index Microfilm. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
London photographers, York & Son, took this picture of the preparations to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. St James's Street is festooned with garlands and lights beyond a pair of mock classical columns
London photographers, York & Son, took this picture of the preparations to celebrate Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. St James's Street is festooned with garlands and lights beyond a pair of mock classical columns. Many temporary structures were built in front of shops, offices and private dwellings along the processional route, and one agency, Francis Hope & Co, advertised seats and window views at prices ranging from two to 2,000 guineas. Photo: Diamond Jubilee decorations, St James's Street, London 1897.