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Highways and byways in Berkshire

James Edmund Vincent

Highways and byways in Berkshire

by James Edmund Vincent

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Published by Macmillan in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementillustrated by Frederick L. Griggs.
ContributionsGriggs, F. L. 1876-1938.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21851052M

Local highways and byways from the past. One can easily wonder why there are so many right-angle bends on the main roads surrounding the village, such as at Cobbs Farm, Wash Lane bridge, Rectory Corner, and on the Lt Totham road near Follyfaunts and at Bakers Green. Highways and Byways, Hempstead, Texas. K likes. We supply the model railroad hobby with road markings for highways and back roads along with RR crossing markings for grade crossings/5(13).

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Arthur G. Adams has nurtured a lifelong interest in the Hudson River and its surrounding region. He has spent much of his life exploring its highways, byways, waterways, and foot trails from the Atlantic Coastal inlets to the Catskill and Berkshire Mountain Peaks. The Hudson Through the Years chronicles the history of the Hudson River region of New York State through five . HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN SUSSEX CHAPTER I MIDHURST The fitting order of a traveller's progress—The Downs the true Sussex—Fashion at bay—Mr. Kipling's topographical creed—Midhurst's advantages—Single railway lines—Queen Elizabeth at Cowdray—Montagus domestic and homicidal—The curse of Cowdray—Dr. Johnson at Midhurst—Cowdray Park.


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