The Valley of the Upper Thames
Robert Hale, 1998 - 256 pages
An illustrated exploration of the Upper Thames Valley, which describes the contribution made by each town and village to the history of the Upper Thames, with discussion of the birdlife and habitat changes brought about by the coming of the canals and the railways to this region.
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From Earliest Times to the End of the Civil War
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