6 edition of Crosses of the Peak District found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 124) and index.
|Statement||Neville T. Sharpe.|
|Series||Landmark collector"s library|
|LC Classifications||CC312.P43 S53 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127 p. :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||2003467661|
Litton is a village and civil parish in the Peak District of Derbyshire, England. The population at the Census was It is one mile from Tideswell and six miles from Bakewell. The village has a primary school, a public house and a post office run by a co-operative of villagers. There are two churches, one at the east end of the village, and Christ Church at the west, on the outskirts of the village on the road Country: England. In my estimation Supernatural Peak District deserves the rating for 1) the sheer variety of well-documented cases of the paranormal, 2) the interesting presentation of the stories, and 3) because of the exacting locations which are ideal for anyone attempting to find these areas to experience the same events for themselves. I loved this book /5(4).
Review. A fascinating photographic tour charting the Peak's ever-changing moods throughout the seasons. Peak District Life This [book] is no mere tourist's collection [of photographs] and it documents this vast and wild area in terms of its changing seasons, its 'restless weather' and the subtle human influences on the landscape since Neolithic times/5(12). Out of print. Peak District Climbing features over of the Peak District's best routes and boulder problems. Over of the best routes from Mod to HVS are included, together with suggestions for good E1s to try. The Peak's best gritstone and limestone crags are covered, including Stanage, Froggatt, The Roaches, Stoney Middleton and Wildcat.
There are plenty of classic campsites in the Peak District from farm-based sites where you can immerse yourself in rural life to more manicured places with the facilities to match. We’ve checked them all out to bring you our Cool Camping collection and it’s easy to hone in on the type of places you like with our tick-box “Refine Search. In this Peak District outing I head to Kinder Scout to enjoy some of the first proper snow of winter and of I parked at Edale and began by walking up to Ringing Roger on Kinder, after a.
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The Peak District is an area rich in old crosses, including market crosses, wayside crosses and religious crosses. This volume, based on firsthand knowledge, brings together all the known survivors along with details of their location and history. The Peak District is an area rich in old crosses, including market crosses, wayside crosses and religious crosses.
Many are remnants of former large structures but a surprising number of quite tall crosses still survive. The carving of some is significant, even where the surviving detail is only a small part of a larger work.
Crosses of the Peak District. This updated work introduces aspects of the Welsh road network between Roman times and the development of the turnpike system.
It looks at specific items in a particular area such as medieval trackways in Cardiganshire. The Peak District is an area rich in old crosses, including market crosses, wayside crosses and religious crosses. Many are remnants of former large structures but a surprising number of quite tall crosses still survive.
The carving of some is significant, even where the surviving detail is only a small part of a larger : Neville T. Sharpe. The Peak District contains some of the finest examples of carved Saxon crosses and the remains of many plain crosses.
This detailed, illustrated survey is arranged in chapters on boundary, wayside, churchyard, market and memorial crosses and the round-shafted Mercian crosses. Buy Crosses of the Peak District (Landmark Collectots Library) 1st Edition by SHARPE, Neville T (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The Peak District is used by a wide range of different types of walkers from families looking for relaxing strolls in the countryside, to students and young people taking part in Duke. Peak District» Peak District Guide» Useful Information» Peak People» The Peak District's Literary Connections The Peak District's Literary Connections Derbyshire and the Peak District has not produced a Charles Dickens or a William Shakespeare but has attracted a wide range of literary visitors and admirers over the years.
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The Peak District is an upland area in England at the southern end of the is mostly in northern Derbyshire, but also includes parts of Cheshire, Greater Manchester, Staffordshire, West Yorkshire, and South area of great diversity, it is mostly split into the Dark Peak, where most of the moorland is found and the geology is gritstone, and the limestone area of the White Location: Derbyshire, Cheshire, Greater.
Bradt's Slow Travel Peak District brings a new perspective to this much-loved down and let expert local author Helen Moat guide you to not just all the well-known places, but away from the crowds to uncover the hidden corners of the Peak District/5(9).
The AA's new guide to the Peak District offers the best places to visit in the region, an introduction into the region's background, full-color detailed town plans and maps, and clear A-Z places for easy navigation.
Unlike other guides, the AA’s new Britain guides are aimed at British readers, offering a fresh way to discover Britain by Reviews: 6. We publish 3 bus timetable books for different areas of Derbyshire and you can find out how to order them.
This covers the Ashbourne, Buxton, Matlock, Glossop, New Mills, Hope Valley and Derbyshire Dales areas and the rest of the Peak District. The current edition was published in September A March amendment is attached to this page. The Peak District Online directory brings you information and details on Peak District Book Shops, Book Shops in Peak District, Peak District Literature, Literature in Peak District, Book Dealers in Peak District.
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Despite my preference for the more gritty or psychologically dark purveyors of crime fiction, this is a series that has remained firmly on my reading list/5. The village lies on the edge of the Peak District National Park, the border of which bisects the 'Uppertown' suburb.
The approach to the village is via a hill, which leads down to Via Gellia (now the A road) and nearby ct: Derbyshire Dales. More Curiosities of Derbyshire and the Peak District book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. To say that Frank Rodgers is a photog 4/5(1).If you haven't heard the story of Derbyshire's famous 'Plague Village', read on for the inspiring story of a Peak District village that made the incredible decision to quarantine itself in an attempt to halt the spread of the Great Plague in This is one of the Peak District's most gorgeous towns.
Crooked stone buildings huddle together in the base of the valley, encircled by tall limestone crags. The intimate streets are lined with enticing pubs and tiny shops, some no bigger than a pantry, which sell antiques and jewellery, secondhand books and .