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Heyday Of British Steam - London, South Midlands & SouthWest Dvd
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South East Mountain Biking: Ridgeway and Chilterns
A guide for mountain biking rides for you to experience and enjoy. South East Mountain Biking Ridgeway & Chilterns - a compact guide to some of the best...... more
A guide for mountain biking rides for you to experience and enjoy. South East Mountain Biking Ridgeway & Chilterns - a compact guide to some of the best mountain biking in Southern England, west of London. The Chilterns and the area either side of the Ridgeway west of London are criss-crossed with byways and bridleways, allowing you to escape onto fine woodland tracks and out into big open chalk country, with panoramic views over the Vale of the White Horse and the Thames Valley. This guide contains 24 routes from 18 to 38km long, many of which can be linked to make much longer rides. Each is described with easy-to-follow directions and details of distance, grade of difficulty, refreshment stops and is accompanied by specifically designed mapping. The Bonus Section includes Top Tens for climbs and descents, and suggestions for Mega Rides with further information about finding places to eat, drink and stay.
Kate Daniel The Hidden Places of East Anglia (Hidden Places Travel Guides)
The Hidden Places of East Anglia contains a wealth of interesting information on the history, the countryside, the towns and villages and the more established...... more
The Hidden Places of East Anglia contains a wealth of interesting information on the history, the countryside, the towns and villages and the more established places of interest. But it also promotes the more secluded and little known visitor attractions and places to stay, eat and drink many of which are easy to miss unless you know exactly where you are going. East Anglia offers plenty for the visitor to explore in real Hidden Places country. Directly to the north of London, the region has preserved much of its unspoilt character, rural landscape, architecture and traditions. It is home to England's oldest recorded town - Colchester, alongside the historic cities of Cambridge, Norwich and Peterborough. Traditional market towns and picturesque villages abound - home to fine examples of architecture - timber-framed, flint, thatch and weather-boarded buildings. Norfolk is rightly famous for the Norfolk Broads, but this county of expansive horizons also offers visitors gentle rolling hills, a beautiful coastline with picturesque views and countryside rich in wildlife and nature. Suffolk is blessed with incomparable rural beauty. Meandering tidal rivers and numerous streams, brooks and gullies intersect a land blended with low hills and vast open spaces. Suffolk was made famous by the brush of John Constable and his paintings reflect the sheer beauty and tranquillity of this attractive county. Essex is a county that has rich maritime history going back as far as Roman Times, and in Colchester, possesses the oldest recorded town in England. Cambridgeshire is most famous for its ancient university as well as being the birthplace of Oliver Cromwell and Samuel Pepys. We include hotels, bed & breakfasts, restaurants, pubs, bars, teashops and cafes as well as historic houses, museums, gardens and many other attractions throughout the area, all of which are comprehensively indexed.
The London Congestion Charge Map has now been updated to include the Western Extension which comes into force in February 2007. Dont get caught out and hit with...... more
The London Congestion Charge Map has now been updated to include the Western Extension which comes into force in February 2007. Dont get caught out and hit with a potential £100 fine, use this map to plan ahead and route your journey around the Charge Zone. Created in response to consumer demand by Map Marketings bespoke mapping team, this comprehensive street level map clearly outlines the Charge Zone (including the Western Extension) and the surrounding roads. Using highly detailed Bartholomew street level mapping at a scale of 1:10 000, this map provides an excellent visual reference tool which will prove invaluable to all London drivers. Shows an area bordered by Swiss Cottage in the north, Battersea/Stockwell in the south, Whitechapel in the east and Ravenscourt Park in the west. The map also clearly shows Postcode Districts & London Borough boundaries. Size: 89 x 127 cm (35 x 50 inches). Scale 1:10 000 (0.16 miles to 1 inch).
Pamela Taylor West Norwood 1894: London Sheet 136.2 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London)
London Sheet 136.2 West Norwood 1894 - published 2007; intro by Pamela Taylor. Coverage stretches from Wellfield Road and Angles Road eastward to Hamilton Road...... more
London Sheet 136.2 West Norwood 1894 - published 2007; intro by Pamela Taylor. Coverage stretches from Wellfield Road and Angles Road eastward to Hamilton Road and Rommany Road, and from Royal Circus and Lansdown Hill southward to Crown Hill. The centre of West Norwood, including part of The Broadway, is a major feature. Other features include South Metropolitan Cemetery, West Norwood station, Lambeth New Schools, Convent of the Faithful Virgin, part of Streatham Common, St Anselm's church (left hand margin), St Luke's church, horse tramways and depot, Parkhill, Wellfield House, Jews Hospital & Orphan Asylum. Other features include Spa Wells, a later chalybeate spring, whose waters were delivered with the milk until 1942 when it was bombed. Several street directory entries are on the back of each map.
Richard Oliver SouthLondon 1893: One Inch Sheet 270 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps - Inch to the Mile)
One Inch Sheet 270 South London 1893 - published 2011; intro by Richard Oliver. This Inch to the Mile map covers south London and much of north Surrey, with...... more
One Inch Sheet 270 South London 1893 - published 2011; intro by Richard Oliver. This Inch to the Mile map covers south London and much of north Surrey, with coverage extending from Westminster Bridge southward to Croydon, Sutton and Ewell, and from West Molesey and Hampton eastward to Beckenham and Lewisham. The map gives a splendid overall picture of London as it sprawls into Surrey and Middlesex, with a complex network of railways. It also gives useful general coverage to areas well covered by larger scale maps in The Godfrey Edition. On the reverse we include a detailed map of the village of Claygate. It is not possible to list the many hamlets, farmsteads and other topographical features shown on these maps. However, you may find it useful if we list the towns and principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map. With such a busy area the list is necessarily selective. Kent: Beckenham, Penge, West Wickham. London: Barnes, Battersea, Camberwell, Chelsea, Clapham, Dulwich, Fulham, Greenwich, Hammersmith, Kensington, Lambeth, Lewisham, Putney, Southwark, Wandsworth, Westminster. Middlesex: Brentford, Chiswick, Hampton, Hanwell, Hanworth, Heston, Isleworth, Teddington, Twickenham. Surrey: Addington, Carshalton, Cheam, Chessington, Claygate, Croydon, Esher, Ewell, Hersham, Kew, Kingston upon Thames, Long Ditton, Lower Tooting, Merton, Mitcham, Morden, Mortlake, Petersham, Purley, Richmond, Sanderstead, Surbiton, Sutton, Thames Ditton, West Molesey, Wimbledon.
Pamela Taylor Chiswick and West Hammersmith 1935: London Sheet 85 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London)
Features on the maps include Chiswick House and gardens, Chiswick Cemetery, Chiswick New Town, Devonshire Road, Duke Road, Griffin Brewery, St Nicholas church,...... more
Features on the maps include Chiswick House and gardens, Chiswick Cemetery, Chiswick New Town, Devonshire Road, Duke Road, Griffin Brewery, St Nicholas church, West Middlesex Water Works, Royal Horticultural Gardens, Church Wharf, St Peter's Square, The Creek. A portion of Hammersmith (south of King Street) is in the NE corner. The Thames runs through the map, including Chiswick Eyot. Part of Turnham Green is in the NW corner. The 1935 map includes a contemporary street directory for Chiswick High Road, Chiswick Lane and Chiswick Mall.
The rooms at [[Name]] in Kingston, South West London, are so cheap that you should book now. Stay at this two star London budget hotel and you'll be ideally...... more
The rooms at [[Name]] in Kingston, South West London, are so cheap that you should book now. Stay at this two star London budget hotel and you'll be ideally placed for exploring Hampton Court Palace and trying out Chessington World of Adventures; central London is only a 30 minute train ride away too!
Book a cheap room at [[Name]], a South West London bed and breakfast in delightful Kingston, and you'll find it easy to get to Chessington World of Adventures,...... more
Book a cheap room at [[Name]], a South West London bed and breakfast in delightful Kingston, and you'll find it easy to get to Chessington World of Adventures, Hampton Court Palace and Central London! Prices include a full English breakfast. There's a terrace and TV lounge here too!
Susanne Groom Kew Palace: The Official Illustrated History
Kew Palace Kew Palace is Britain's smallest royal palace, and stands in the Royal Botanic Gardens, South-West London. Built in 1631 as a merchant's house, it...... more
Kew Palace Kew Palace is Britain's smallest royal palace, and stands in the Royal Botanic Gardens, South-West London. Built in 1631 as a merchant's house, it later became the home of George III and a place for the 'mad' king to recuperate. The grounds are a centre for botanical study shaped among others by 'Capabitility Brown'. Full description
Advantages: Clean, efficient, friendly staff Disadvantages: not enough frequency to some stations
...I use the South West Trains service between Salisbury and Tisbury, and Salisbury, Tisbury and London Waterloo frequently. The old diesel trains have been refurbished, and are very comfortable. They are still quite loud, but quite smooth. They are always immaculate, and punctual, and the staff are great. There is always a buffet trolley, which is well stocked and is reasonably priced. The fares...
Advantages: Great Music, Good Presenters, Good Quality Stream On The Internet Disadvantages: Only Available To South London
...of the page by going onto their website.
Music is generally upbeat covering decades from the 70s onwards, and is presented by good if not famous presenters. My favourites are (in no paticular order) Neil Long, who does the Saturday Morning Show, Les Adams, who does the Saturday Night Party, and also Radio Jackie Gold - on every weeknight from 10-12
Reception is excellent in the London Area, but once...
...Having travelled with a number of different train operators, I have to sadly say that South West Trains ranks amongst, if not, the lowest of the bunch. This is sad, because it is also the train operator that I (have to) use most frequently.
If travelling from London Waterloo and you do not board the train early enough or joining at a later stop, then finding a seat can be vary from being very...