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Frost Fairs on the Frozen Thames
by Nicholas Reed (2002)

Frost Fairs took place frequently on the frozen Thames, from the 12th century right down to 1814.
This book is the first to look in detail at some of the hundred or so contemporary illustrations of the Fairs.
46 pages, 21 colour illustrations,
18 black & white
7.50 retail
ISBN 1 901167 09 7

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Frost Fairs on the Frozen Thames by Nicholas Reed


Whose Cat are You?
Forty celebrities and their cats (1994) by Nicholas Reed


Among the celebrities featured are
Valerie Singleton, Josie Lawrence, Sir Roy Strong, P.D. James and Ruth Rendell. Includes 100 names of cats
owned by celebrities.
32 colour illustrations
48 pages
2.99 retail
ISBN 0-951258-8-3

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Whose Cat are You? by Nicholas Reed

Smuggling in Kent

by Bridget Lely
Published by Jarrold Publishing 1990

 

This well-illustrated booklet details the activities of smugglers from the illegal export of wool in medieval times.  Sections on smugglers' haunts and methods are included, as well as Rudyard Kipling's poem, "A Smuggler's Song".

24 colour illustrations

23 b&w

32 pages

5.00


ISBN 0-7117-0527-5

 

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Crystal Palace & the Norwoods
by Nicholas Reed

Revised Edition 2012 (First published 1995)

The construction of the Crystal Palace at Upper Norwood in 1854 led to much development in this highly desirable residential area. Containing almost 200 photographs, this book looks in detail at the building of the Crystal Palace as well as changes to Upper, West and South Norwood.

Published by The History Press
128 pages
191 black & white illustrations
12.99

ISBN 9 780752 401478

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Which Railway?
edited by Laura Probert (1999)


Which railway did Edith Nesbit use for her story "The Railway Children"? The arguments for different railway lines, on which she may have based her story.
63 pages, 3 colour illustrations, 22 black & white

2.50 retail

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Which Railway? by Laura Probert