Amberley Publishing - Transport, Military, Local and General History

Victorian & Edwardian Kent

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Author: Aylwin Guilmant

At the turn of the twentieth century, Kent was predominantly an agricultural county. The attractive villages, small market towns, coastal resorts and two cities - Rochester and Canterbury - were set in a county of contrasts, from the Weald to the coastal marshes, from the North Downs to the industrial development at Chatham and Sheerness. Over one hundred and fifty high-quality sepia photographs are complemented by well-chosen extracts from poetry and prose, fact and fiction. Everyone who knows Kent will be fascinated by this beautiful and evocative tapestry of a way of life which is now long gone.

Book ISBN 9781848680227

Book Format Paperback

pages 144 pages

Publication Date 15 Nov 2008

Height 248

Width 172

Illustrations 156

Regular Price: £15.99

Special Price: £12.79

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