1921 Book on Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales by Edmund Bogg
Title: By the Banks of the Wharfe - Through Cravenland, Ilkley, to Kettlewelldale.
Author: Edmund Bogg
Binding: Soft card cover.
Published: James Miles and Edmund Bogg, Leeds.
Size: 195x128mm (7.75x5ins)
A book on the Wharfedale area in the Yorkshire Dales; a lovely gift idea. 112 pages (224sides) illustrated from black and white photographs and drawings, plus two folded sketch maps (Upper Wharfedale; The Washburn) and twenty pages of advertising for businesses of the area including Leeds.
The Washburn map shows detail including Blubberhouses; Hopper Lane Hotel; Folly Hall; Scow Hall; Dob Park Bridge; miel Hse; Penny Pot Lane; Farnley Park; Otley; Appletreewick; Beamsley; Bolton; and much more.
The Upper Wharfedale map shows detail including: Langstrothdale Chase; Engleborough; Penyghent; Hubberholm; Alum Pot; Settle; Giggleswick Station; Gisburn; reive; Malham Cove; Parsons Pulpit; Manchester Hole; Coyden Pot; Nesfield; and much more. The map is initialled GTL or GJL and dated 1903.
Condition: The staples are rusty but still intact. This book is 97 years old and is therefore pre ISBN. It has a general appearance corresponding with its age, including a little age yellowing effects to page edges, binding etc. The book will be sent RM 2nd class parcel. If you require Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed 1pm - my price does not include Saturday delivery. International postage does not include tracking; if tracking is required contact for prices.
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