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By Ted Rudge
By the 19th century the demands to house Birmingham's rapidly expanding industry and workforce swiftly urbanised Nechells. Building in this north-east part of Birmingham was hastily constructed. This book captures the considerable changes Nechells has undergone throughout three generations in old and comparative contemporary colour photographs.
Newest addition to the popular Through Time series, focusing on the quintessentially Kentish seaside town of Broadstairs. Depicting scenes old and new, the book takes the reader on a journey through the changed streets and buildings and on to the beach.
By John Stedman
THIS remarkable, in-depth oral history of the 20th century in Portsmouth offers a fascinating insight into the experience of life during the recent past.
OVER the last 300 years Stretford has undergone dramatic change, from farming community to industrialised centre that forms the basis of today's town. This book charts this development to 2002, illustrating the story with photographs. Stretford's industrial history is only part of this wide-ranging account.