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1576. All-Terrain Pushchair Walks: South Lakeland
A completely original concept, the first book to exploit the potential of the new breed of all-terrain pushchairs (ATPs). Packed with sensible advice and specifically designed for ATPs, to enable parents and young children to escape into the wide open . . . more
Published by: Sigma Leisure Format: Paperback.
1577. The Parish Registers of St James, Burton in Kendal 1653-1837
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Published by: CWAAS Format: Paperback.
1578. Carlisle and Cumbria: Roman and Medieval Architecture, Art and Archaeology
Mike McCarthy & David Weston (eds)
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Published by: The British Archaeological Association/Maney Pub. Format: Large paperback.
1579. Romans and Britons in North-West England
This new edition has been comprehensively reworked and enlarged to reflect the exciting changes that have occured in recent years, including new excavations and the discovery of new sites. . . . more
Published by: University of Lancaster Format: Large paperback.
1580. The Websters of Kendal: A North-Western Architectural Dynasty
Angus Taylor; Janet Martin (ed)
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Published by: CWAAS Format: Large hardback.
1581. Feet in the Clouds: A Tale of Fell-Running and Obsession
In this evocative account of a season on the fells, Richard Askwith explores fell-running - the practise of running up and down trackless mountains in all weathers- in the most authentic way: by putting on his studded boots and running as many of the great races as possible, from Borrowdale to Ben Nevis. . . . more
Published by: Aurum Press Format: Paperback.
1582. Lake District Landscapes
Reduced from £19.99.The immense charm and beauty of Lakeland Britain is captured here by leading regional photographer Dave Coates who combines dramatic images with his personal view of this area of outstanding natural beauty. . . . more
Published by: Myriad Books Format: Large hardback.
1583. Lake District Panoramas
Val Corbett and Robert Grange
Special Value.This book brings to life the enchanting region of the Lake District, showing our lakes, mountains and gentle pastures to life in stunning panoramic photographs. Wide-angle views display the classic scenery to its best effect throughout the seasons. . . . more
Published by: Myriad Books Format: Large hardback.
1584. Lamplugh Church: Heritage and Traditions of a Cumbrian Parish
This is not only a history of Lamplugh church, but includes customs and traditions of the parish heritage. With a foreword by Melvyn Bragg. . . . more
Published by: Lamplugh & District Heritage Society Format: Paperback.
1585. Odd Corners around the Howgills
Odd Corners around the Howgills is a tour of the hidden charms and lost landmarks of this most beautiful and unspoilt area of Northern England. . . . more
Published by: Hayloft Format: Large paperback.
1586. Coast to Coast (East) - Keld to Robin Hood's Bay
This map features the entire eastern half of the Coast to Coast walk from Keld to Robin Hoods Bay, passing through and by Reeth, Richmond, Ingleby Arncliffe and Whitby. . . . more
Published by: Harvey Maps. Format: Folded map. Laminated
1587. Coast to Coast (West) - St Bees to Keld
This map features the entire western half of the Coast to Coast walk from St. Bees to Keld, passing through and by Whitehaven, Rosthwaite, Grasmere, Glenridding, Shap, Tebay and Kirkby Stephen. . . . more
Published by: Harvey Maps Format: Folded map. 1:40000
1588. Crossing the Lines
Set in Wigton during the 1950s, this absorbing novel (which follows on from The Soldiers Return and Son of War) follows the intertwined fates of people crossing boundaries in their lives. . . . more
Published by: Sceptre. Format: Paperback.
1589. Lake District Outdoor Atlas
This Outdoor Atlas combines in one volume detailed maps of the Lake District, including the whole of the National Park. It is waterproof, a handy size for carrying in a pocket, and spiral bound for ease of use. The scale is 1:40,000. . . . more
Published by: Harvey Format: Spiral bound paperback.
1590. Not s'many cows and a lot less yows
This book is the long-awaited second helping of humorous agricultural ramblings from the author of Yows and Cows, Mike Sanderson. . . . more
Published by: Hayloft Format: Paperback.
1591. Millican Dalton: A Search for Romance and Freedom
This book is a biographical tribute to the life and times of Millican Dalton. the Borrowdale caveman, who throughout his life and ever since his death, has never failed to capture the imagination. . . . more
Published by: Mountainmere Research Format: Paperback.
1592. The Lake Artists Society: 1904-2004 - A Centenary Celebration
Winner of the Lakeland Book of the Year 2005. The Lake Artists Society has survived through a century of many cultural and artistic changes, wars and economic crises, and has gone from strength to strength, continuing to present an annual exhibition which is recognised as of great importance. . . . more
Published by: Lake Artists Society Format: Large hardback.
1593. The Electric Michelangelo
Booker Shortlisted 2004. In the uniquely sensuous and lyrical prose that has already become her trademark, Sarah Halls remarkable new novel opens on the windswept front of Morecambe Bay and takes the reader to the riotous world of the Coney Island boardwalk. . . . more
Published by: Faber and Faber Format: Paperback.
1594. Blackboards Whiteboards Chessboards! The History of Scotby Village School
Ian W. Mackay
An affectionate and detailed history of the school in Scotby village near Carlisle, written by the headteacher and covering the history of the building itself, to past headteachers, staff and pupils, the war years and much more. . . . more
Published by: Ian Mackay Format: Large paperback.
1595. Parton Part Off
This is a sequal to Parton Part One, continuting the story of the Cumbrian coastal village. It tells of its reshaping from the 1920s to the 1970s. . . . more
Published by: PastPresented Format: Paperback.
1596. The Brink
In their formal grace and charge, Jacob's poems are uniquely alive to the possibilities of their subjects - the sea, the land, the home, the very brink of things, where their identities are both sharpest and most unstable. . . . more
Published by: Picador Format: Paperback.
1597. Memoirs of a Fellwanderer
This is the enduring story behind the Pictorial Guides - the love letters to the Lakeland Fells that have made A. Wainwright a hosehold name among walkers - illustrated with Wainwrights distinctive drawings of the mountains he knew and loved. . . . more
Published by: Frances Lincoln Format: Large paperback.
1598. After Wainwright
This book takes us on a journey with Eric Robson, his border collie and a film crew on a 190 mile adventure through the mountains of remote Lakeland. . . . more
Published by: Striding Edge Format: Small hardback.
1599. Carlisle and its Villages
Vincent White began drawing the buildings of Carlisle as he saw familiar sights being demolished before his eyes. Over the years he has created a unique record of Carlisle and the surrounding villages. . . . more
Published by: Bookcase Format: Large paperback.
1600. Letters and Diaries of Kathleen Ferrier
Christopher Fifield (ed)
Fifty years ago, Kathleen Ferrier, the greatest lyric contralto Britain has ever produced, lost her courageous battle with breast cancer. Until now she has just been a voice, but through the pages of these letters and diaries we get to the person. . . . more
Published by: The Boydell Press Format: Hardback.
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