Local History Books - On Sale Now
Interesting Local History Books Available
Local historian, Tony Wright has produced a fascinating series of books on local history, with more on the way. If you are interested, please contact Tony directly by email here : email email@example.com
The Northern Community Rail Seedcorn Fund are helping to fund a series of publications for the The Volunteers and Friends of Holmes Chapel Railway Station and Viaduct to the benefit of the Station.
There are six publications in the 'Surgam et circuibo civitatem' series ('I will arise and go about the city') so far. More to be published after April 2018.
The History of the Original Bridge over the River Irwell linking Manchester and Salford. £4.30 including first class postage and packing. 20 pages. All illustrations in colour.
The Ford Madox Brown Murals in Manchester Town Hall. £5.30p including first class postage and packing. 23 pages. All illustrations in colour.
The Siege of Manchester During the English Civil Wars. £5.30 including first class postage and packing. 18 pages including A3 fold out map. All illustrations in colour.
The Bellhouse Legacy. A Walking Tour of Central Manchester. £4.30 including first class postage and packing. 20 pages. All illustrations in mainly colour.
Aspects of the History of Holmes Chapel Railway Station. £3.80. including first class postage and packing. 22 pages. All illustrations in black and white.
A Novelist's View of the Cotton Industry. Disraeli in Manchester and Salford. £3.80. including first class postage and packing. 13 pages. Illustrations in black and white, apart from the cover.
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