CHESHIRE BOOKS & CDs

Cheshire Talks: ° Oulton - The Real Life Downton Abbey of Cheshire. ° The Clives from Cheshire to India & Powis.
° White Mischief & The Vale Royal Legacy. ° A Day Out at Tarporley Races. °Murder He Wrote- The ICI Scandal °Salt, Slavery and Cheshire.


 

COLIN LYNCH'S NORTHWICH CD
(Colin James Lynch)
The CD version of the much-acclaimed book, COLIN LYNCH’S NORTHWICH, with 400+ pages and over 350 photographs.

Colin Lynch, is recognised as the leading authority on the history of Northwich and the district’s unique salt industry.

His painstaking research flows from every page.
Contains PDF files.
You will require Adobe Reader or alternative software.


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NORTHWICH VICTORIA
20 Years of Madness

(R.M.Bevan)
The football story of Northwich Victoria’s twenty years of decline. In 1992, Vics were riding high in the National Conference.

Vics fall has been astonishing since they sold their home, the Drill Field, one of the oldest football grounds in the world.

Administration twice and their fantastic new stadium now demolished, this is a sad, sad account of a famous old football club.

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PROFILES OF MIDDLEWICH
(Prints, Posters & Postcards)


by A.L.Earl

Another outstanding publication from Allan Earl, author of Middlewich 900-1900 and Middlewich 1900-1950, the definitive histories of the old salt town. This latest work incorporates some of Allan’s extensive collection of prints, posters and postcards. Not to be missed. A4 Portrait, 84 pages.

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TARVIN COUNTRY
(R.M.Bevan)


Latest in the immensely popular Times Past series.

Covers an area radiating four or five miles from Tarvin (Cheshire) and takes in
Barrow, Mouldsworth, Ashton Hayes, Willington, Burton, Clotton, Duddon, Stapleford, Hargrave and Huxley.

The text and illustration chosen for their wider interest.
100 pages with over 140 superb nostalgic photographs.

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THE STORY OF DELAMERE HOUSE and
DELAMERE PARK CD
(David Coxhead & R.M.Bevan)
CD version with approx. 200 illustrations. The rise and fall of Delamere House (Cheshire), the Wilbraham family, wartime Delamere Camp, post-war years of Polish and Displaced Persons' Camp and now an executive housing estate.
And what of the priceless Titian that once hung in Delamere House, and the Fighting Temeraire? Contains PDF files. Requires Adobe Reader or similar.

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CD: FIRST WORLD WAR
ROLL OF HONOUR
BRUNNER MOND & Co.


CD  of Brunner Mond & Co Ltd’s List of Employees who served in HM Forces during the Great War 1914 – 1918. Names, ranks, regiments. Those who served, those killed. Over 2,500 names covering company works at Winnington, Witton Street Saw Mill (Northwich), Lostock, Sandbach, Middlewich and Silvertown (London), plus staff from offices in London, Liverpool, China and India. Requires Adobe Reader or alternative software.

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WILLIAM HORNER &
HIS CREAMERY

(Jill E.King)
Jill King has produced a fascinating account, an invaluable social history contribution, of the impact made on the Cheshire village of Cuddington & Sandiway by entrepreneurial Yorkshireman, William Horner, from his arrival in 1874. From Victorian times Horner’s Creamery was sending produce all over the North of England and beyond and provided employment for large numbers. Hardback, 120 pages.
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TARPORLEY & BEESTON
COUNTRY CD

(R.M.Bevan)


The CD version of the popular book, first published in 2006

Wonderful tales, nostalgia and over 170 illustrations.

The Dones of Utkinton, the Civil War, Tarporley Races, the Oulton Park tragedy. The King's treasure at Beeston, the Elephant & Castle, Tarporley's lost railway, etc etc.

The CD contains PDF files. You will require Adobe Reader or similar.

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HARTFORD, WHITEGATE & VALE ROYAL CD
(R.M.Bevan)


CD version of "Hartford, Whitegate & Vale Royal". A superb collection of photographs, information and anecdotes that will appeal to local residents and visitors alike.

The area is rich in history and none more so than the former Vale Royal Abbey founded by King Edward 1 and now, probably, the most historic setting of any golf course in the world.

Requires Adobe Reader or alternative software.

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DOWN THE LINE
CHESTER TO WHITCHURCH BRANCH RAILWAY CD

(R.M.Bevan)

Nostalgic journey along the old branch railway from Chester to Whitchurch. Wonderful evocative photographs. Not a traditional railway book, touches upon all manner of people, including the wartime poet Wilfred Owen, Bishop Heber, and the great railway builder, Thomas Brassey. The section on the cheese industry is a delight. Carriage glimpse of the countryside, the communities and the branch line. Requires Adobe Reader or alternative software.

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THE PRICE OF
INNOCENCE


(Maurice G Nash)
Few men have survived
to write a first-hand account of the brutality of the 2nd World War.

Maurice Gorham Nash has never forgotten July 1944 when, in a remote area of Tuscany, he stumbled on the immediate
aftermath of the massacres of 187 Italian citizens.
A half-century later he set out to investigate what largely remained one of the most moving, untold atrocities of the war in Italy.

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