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Category: Personal Development|
The author of the book: Gilly Cameron-Cooper
Edition: IMM Lifestyle Books
Date of issue: 10 May 2016
Format files: Epub, PDF
The size of the: 19.46 MB
City - Country: East Petersburg, United States
Full description of the book Walking London's Waterways:London is strewn with waterways, but the River Thames twisting through the capital can be seen from a radically different perspective in the futuristic Docklands area to the more sleepy suburbs of Putney, Chiswick and Barnes.Much of Camden's quaint charm would be lost without the Regent's Canal, and further out in the suburbs the Wandle, Lea and Brent rivers are well worth discovering.Walking London's Waterways is an exploration, in 21 carefully researched walks, of London's varied waterways in all their glory. Gilly Cameron-Cooper's engaging text is steeped in historical detail, and is accompanied PDF by clear and detailed route maps and enchanting photographs.
About the author Gilly Cameron-CooperGilly Cameron-Cooper is a writer and editor from London who also runs a walking holiday company.
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