Potteries of Kirkcaldy

Potteries of Kirkcaldy

All the Countries the Americans Have Ever Invaded

All the Countries the Americans Have Ever Invaded

Rochester, Strood & the Hoo Peninsula From Old Photographs

Series: From Old Photographs

Publication Date15th October 2015

Book FormatPaperback

pages96

Illustrations240

Height234

Width165

A unique and charming look at the history of Rochester, Strood and the Hoo Peninsula and its inhabitants through a fascinating collection of beautiful photographs.
RRP: £14.99 Online Price £13.49
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ISBN
9781445646862
Rochester, Strood & the Hoo Peninsula From Old Photographs examines a diverse and fascinating area. Rochester, with its medieval castle and cathedral, Tudor buildings and Dickensian associations is a busy and vibrant tourist destination. Across the bridge from the ancient city, but far less well known is the town of Strood. Originally a medieval fishing village, which played host to Knights Templar travelling to the Crusades, it evolved over the centuries into a Victorian industrial and commercial hub. To the north of Strood, extending eastwards to the Thames Estuary is the Hoo Peninsula. Its marshes and isolated villages led the area to be denigrated by travellers who stumbled across it.

Brian Joyce and Sophie Miller explore the entire area from Rochester to the Isle of Grain, using a unique collection of photographs, prints and postcards. In doing so, they have at last done justice to parts of Kent that have been neglected by historians for so long.
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