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Bishop Auckland in Old Photographs (Britain in Old Photographs) epub

by Charlie Emett


Bishop Auckland in Old Photographs (Britain in Old Photographs) epub

ISBN: 0750920726

ISBN13: 978-0750920728

Author: Charlie Emett

Category: Photo

Subcategory: Photography & Video

Language: English

Publisher: Sutton Publishing Ltd (October 7, 1999)

Pages: 128 pages

ePUB book: 1193 kb

FB2 book: 1144 kb

Rating: 4.8

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This superb collection of over tow hundred photographs traces the history of Bishop Aukland from its origins as North Aclet to modern times.

This superb collection of over tow hundred photographs traces the history of Bishop Aukland from its origins as North Aclet to modern times. Auckland Castle, the residence of the bishops of Durham for almost eight hundred years, is represented, as are the market-place and the restoration of the town's superb Town Hall. Bishop Aukland sits on a coalfield and its strong association with mining is clear from the dramatic images chosen by author Charlie Emett.

The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.

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This addition to the "Britain in Old Photographs" series brings together a collection of black-and-white pictures spanning the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Drawn from family albums, local collections and professional photographers, they show the way things were and how they have changed. Every photograph is captioned, providing names and dates where possible, revealing historical and anecdotal detail and giving life to the scenes and personalities captured through the camera lens.

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But before you call yourself the master of innovation with some good lighting and decent Photoshop skills, have a look at some of the oldest photographs. These were shot as early as 1838 and are a mesmerizing display of photography. Though there was a lag in terms of technology, yet it could not restrain the passionate photographers who captured landscapes, humans, and even the beautiful USS constitution during the sail.

Terenure in old photographs. Tell us if something is incorrect. TERENURE IN OLD PHOTOGRAPHS This book is a follow on from the titles in this series including Rathmines, Harold’s Cross, and Mount Merrion. Britain in Old Photographs.

Part of the 'Britain in Old Photographs' series. Over 200 b/w photographs recording the enormous changes experienced by Fleet and its people over the last 100 years. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

This addition to the "Britain in Old Photographs" series brings together a collection of black-and-white pictures spanning the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Drawn from family albums, local collections and professional photographers, they show the way things were and how they have changed. Every photograph is captioned, providing names and dates where possible, revealing historical and anecdotal detail and giving life to the scenes and personalities captured through the camera lens. Bringing together all aspects of daily life - celebrations and disasters, work and leisure, people and buildings - the collection should inspire memories, as well as serve as an introduction to visitors.