2 edition of Tramps and drives in the Craven Highlands. Arranged for the use of vistors found in the catalog.
Tramps and drives in the Craven Highlands. Arranged for the use of vistors
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Tramps and Drives in the Craven Highlands: Arranged for the Use of Visitors, Being a New and Complete Guide to That Romantic District Hardcover – August 31, Author: Harry Speight. Tramps and drives in the Craven highlands. Arranged for the use of visitors, being a new and complete guide to that romantic district.
By Harry Speight () (Reprint) by Speight, Harry, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at stichtingdoel.com Tramps and drives in the Craven highlands.
Arranged for the use of visitors, being a new and complete guide to that romantic stichtingdoel.com: Harry Speight. TRAMPS AND DRIVES IN THE CRAVEN HIGHLANDS. Arranged for the Use of Visitors, Being a New and Complete Guide to that Romantic District.
London, Elliot Stock, Green cloth with gilt title and landscape decoration to front cover and printed title to spine.
Signed by Speight with a presentation inscription to John James Stead to verso of titlepage. A land of caves, gulfs, and swallow-holes - Their origin and aspects scientifically explained - Cave hunting on Ingleborough - A wild tramp - Long Kin holes and cave - Marble Pot - Juniper Gulf - Simon Fell Caves - Alum Pot - Ascent of Simon Fell - The Druids - An ancient forest - Local place names.
From 'Tramps and Drives in the Craven Highlands' Harry Speight From 'Guide to the District of Craven' J. Thomson The railway brought visitors to Ingleton fromand in increasing numbers from about when cheap fares from the cities became available.
Tramps and Drives in the Craven Highlands by Harry Speight GF Sewell, Bradford, Basically a pocket version, derived from his popular publication The Craven and Northwest Yorkshire Highlands. Gargrave Church and Parish by Janet M Dinsdale Dixon & Stell, Cross Hills, Chronicles and Stories of the Craven Dales by J H Dixon.
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You can incorporate text, images, drawings, audio, and. We all had to sign the visitors book on arrival, for “elf and safety” reasons. The sun was lovely, but the breeze was decidedly cool, as we made our start.
To be different, the leaders had planned on a clockwise circuit, and also climbing uphill through the paddocks to extend the distance. Plot summary.
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