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Walking the south pennines Sellers, Gladys Неизвестно 9781852840419 : Describes over 128 walks to the moorland areas between the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District - an area of remarkably v.

Walking the south pennines Sellers, Gladys Неизвестно 9781852840419 : Describes over 128 walks to the moorland areas between the Yorkshire Dales and the Peak District - an area of remarkably . 1991 Иллюстрации: Laminated cover Размер: 172 x 116 Читательская аудитория: General (us: trade) Рейтинг

South Pennines, Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom. The South Pennines Park Walk and Ride Festival for people to borrow.

South Pennines, Hebden Bridge, United Kingdom. Of course we will try and book the weather but just in case the arrangements fall through these will keep us dry! the people's poncho.

Roberts, A S (1921), "Arthur Robert's Engine List", Arthur Roberts Black Book. Sellers, Gladys (1991), Walking the South Pennines, Cicerone Press, ISBN 978-1-85284-041-9

Roberts, A S (1921), "Arthur Robert's Engine List", Arthur Roberts Black Book. One guy from Barlick-Book Transcription, archived from the original on 23 July 2011, retrieved 11 January 2009. Ballard, Elsie (1986), A Chronicle of Crompton (2nd e., Royton: Burnage Press, ISBN 5-00-096678-3. Gurr, Duncan; Hunt, Julian (1998), The Cotton Mills of Oldham, Oldham Education & Leisure, ISBN 02809-46-6. Sellers, Gladys (1991), Walking the South Pennines, Cicerone Press, ISBN 978-1-85284-041-9. Wells, Jeffrey (2002), The Oldham Loop part one: Manchester Victoria to Shaw and Crompton, Foxline, ISBN 978-1-870119-68-9.

The Pennine Way is a National Trail in England, with a small section in Scotland. This route, open to anyone not using motorised vehicles, starts slightly farther south than the Pennine Way. The route of the Pennine Way is the basis of the Spine Race which was inaugurated in 2012

Sue Hogg Marsden & Delph to Howarth & Oxenhope-Bridleway Rides in the South Pennines (Pennine Packhorse Trails Trust, Todmorden) 1998.

Sue Hogg Marsden & Delph to Howarth & Oxenhope-Bridleway Rides in the South Pennines (Pennine Packhorse Trails Trust, Todmorden) 1998. Report of Quarter Sessions, 1632, cited by Herbert Collins, above, p163. Both Collins, at . 1, and Parry at . 1, above, quote in full the Long Causeway jingle, which starts Brunley (Burnley) for ready money.

Books spine maybe slightly creased due to age and wear. Registered as business seller. We take pride in serving you. Read full description. On Foot in the Pennines: 38 Walks in the Peak, the Yorkshire Dales, the North and South Pennines and Northumberland by Roland Smith (Hardback, 1994). Pre-owned: lowest price.

A glorious book, rich with insight and wit, about walking his way both across and into contemporary Europe.

As he walks through the world, his journeys always reveal more than they set out to find. Paul Kingsnorth, author of 'The Wake'. Praise for Walking the Woods and the Water―-. A glorious book, rich with insight and wit, about walking his way both across and into contemporary Europe. A book about gifts, modernity, endurance and landscape, it represents a fine addition to the literature of the leg.

Often described as the "backbone of England", the Pennine Hills form a more-or-less continuous range in most of Northern England

The Pennine Way became the first National Trail to be opened, some fifty years ago, and it's still a major landmark on. .Guide to planning a walk along the Pennine Way, including a standard breakdown of the walk with distance and walking time estimates.

The Pennine Way became the first National Trail to be opened, some fifty years ago, and it's still a major landmark on Britain's hiking map. Many people have enjoyed the hike, and the many reports on the web do bear witness of the beauty of the trail. After the South West Coast Path, the Pennine Way is the longest path in the UK. It is part of the European E2. This is not an easy walk. With detailed map of trail delineated in 2 mile segments. Hiking trails walking routes England Pennine way.

Overshadowed by the Yorkshire Dales to the north and the Peak District to the south, the moors and valleys of the south Pennines have suffered undue neglect. Yet this is an area of stark beauty, rich in history and literature, and fine walking country. Gladys Sellers, one of the best known guidebook writers in the north, has compiled a guide which includes every aspect of this fascinating countryside. There are over 128 walks to delight the connoisseur. The south Pennine landscape is one of hills and mills, sometimes more mills than hills. Both are interwoven in a mesh that is the very essence of this landscape, unique in the British Isles. Its strength lies in the contrast between the mill towns (though no longer satanic and under a pall of smoke) and their surrounding green valleys, where many an ancient hamlet lies, seamed by deep-cut wooded cloughs and topped by the ever present moors. Its lack of stately homes and parklands is off-set by the many fine yeoman farmers' and clothiers' houses, and often enough by the very mills themselves. Some of them are old enough to seem picturesque and many have real architectural merit. This fascinating landscape, fashioned more by the hand of man than nature, has evolved over the last seven or eight centuries from the hunting forest of the Norman barons - the rise and fall of the textile industry just set the final stamp upon it. It offers a vast amount of varied and interesting walking to the moderate walker.
Walking the South Pennines download epub
Europe
Author: Gladys Sellers
ISBN: 1852840412
Category: Travel
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: Cicerone Press (January 1, 1991)
Pages: 400 pages