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The fourth of a set of 5 additions to the best selling Recollections series taking us on a nostalgic tour of Britain during the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Cedric Greenwood takes us on a photographic journey from Cornwall to Scotland with a wide selection of atmospheric shots taken during those...
The third of a set of 5 additions to the best selling Recollections series taking us on a nostalgic tour of Britain during the 1950s, 60s and 70s.This third volume No 72 in the Recollections series takes us to the centre of Britain covering Yorkshire to Northumberland.
By Nigel Tangye
Learn how to fly an aeroplane with this gorgeous, lovingly reproduced classic from Mr. Nigel Tangye, a leading aeronautical journalist, author and expert flier. First published in 1938, Teach Yourself to Fly was one of the first titles published in the Teach Yourself series.
First published in 1955, Teach Yourself to Live is an enchanting and eccentric commentary on how best to live the fullest life and to develop one's self to one's fullest capacity. It is crammed full of timeless wisdom and humourous anecdotes that are sure to inspire, provoke reflection and make...
Appreciating the rich diversity of bird life on our island is about more than just looking out of the window. This beautiful book of birds, first published in 1962, is a wonderful resource for any amateur ornithologist of the present - or the past.
By Reg Shaw
Learn how to enjoy life on two wheels with this gorgeous, lovingly reproduced classic. Full of charming insights and observations as well as first class explanations of bike mechanics, this book, first published in 1953, deserves to be read by all keen cyclists.
By W.S. Norman
First published in 1958, Teach Yourself Good Manners is a fascinating guide packed full of both timeless advice and tips that in today's world will make you chuckle. So, if you've ever wondered how you should peel an apple at a dinner party, break-off an engagement or announce the birth...
It is a unique look at the railways during the age of steam featuring many of the engines currently at The National Railway Museum in York including the Rocket; the Flying Scotsman; the Evening Star; the Duke of Gloucester and the Mallard.
Journey back to where it all started in this deluxe collection of classic Topps trading cards--just in time for the new film War for the Planet of the Apes