Hurricane Manual 1940

Hurricane Manual 1940

I Survived the Somme

I Survived the Somme

Hythe Through Time

Series: Through Time

Publication Date15th April 2010

Book FormatPaperback





This fascinating selection of more than 180 photographs traces some of the many ways in which Hythe has changed and developed over the last century.
Regular Price £15.99 Online Price: £14.39
Availability: In stock

Hythe is situated on the south-east coast of Kent, just 25 miles or so from France. One of the famous Cinque Ports, Hythe also became a popular seaside resort in the Edwardian era, providing fetes, fairs, donkey derbies, and bathing huts for its many visitors. Like all settlements, Hythe has had to alter and change, but unlike many, it has managed to retain its charm as a small English town steeped in history. Hythe continued to flourish in the interwar years, being advertised as the 'Pride of Kent' by the Southern Railway. After the Second World War, visitor numbers declined and redevelopment inevitably occurred, but Hythe still remains a pleasant place to visit and live. A photograph captures a moment in time, and this book, as well as providing a depiction of Hythe's fascinating history, is also a record of the town in the year 2010.

Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account