Black's Picturesque Tourist and Road and Railway Guide Book Through England and Wales: With a General Travelling Map ; Charts of Roads, Railroads, and Interesting Localities; Engraved Views of Picturesque Scenery; and a Comprehensive General Index, Embracing a List of Hotels and Inns

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A. and C. Black, 1859 - 544 pÓgines
 

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London to Hastings through Tunbridge Wells
18
London to Lewes and Brighton through Croydon and East Grin stead 2021
20
London to Brighton through Croydon and Cuckfield
21
London to Brighton through Croydon Reigate Crawley and Hickstead
22
London to Brighton by Railway 2325
23
London to Lewes and Hastings by Railway 2529
25
LondonEpsomDorkingHorshamand Worthing 3031
30
London to Arundel and Little Hampton
31
London to Dorking and Guil by Railway
32
London to Croydon and Epsom by Railway
33
Bognor 3435
34
London to Chichester through Guildford and Petworth
35
London to Portsmouth through Esher Godalming and Petersfield
36
London to Gosport through Alton and Fareham
37
London to Southampton through Bagshot Basingstoke and Win chester
39
LondonBasingstokeWhitchurchAndoverSalisburyBland fordDorchesterBridport 4044
40
London to Exeter through Basingstoke Shaftesbury and Honiton 4546
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London to Exeter through Basingstoke Andover Amesbury Win canton Ilminster and Honiton 4649
46
London by Railway to Winchester and Southampton thence to New Forest Lymington Isle of Wight Portsmouth Chichester Arundel Worthing Steyni...
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SouthWestern RailwayLondon to Southampton
51
Isle of Wight and part of Hampshire
65
London to Portsmouth by Brighton and South Coast Railways 7981
79
London to Portsmouth by South Western Railway
81
London to Guildford and Farnham by South Western Railway
82
London to Poole Wareham and Dorchester by South Western Railway 8384
83
Hastings to Ashford Canterbury and Margate by Railway 8485
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Hastings to Brighton Chichester Southampton and Dorchester by Railway 8586
85
Portsmouth or Gosport to Salisbury by Railway
87
London to Bath through Maidenhead Reading Newbury Marl borough and Devizes 9196
91
London to Bath and Bristol by Great Western Railway 97103
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Bath to Southampton through Salisbury 103104
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Bath to Poole through Warminster Shaftesbury and Blandford 104105
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Bath to Weymouth through Frome 105106
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Bath to Bridport through Shepton Mallet Ilchester and Crewkerne 106107
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Bath to Exeter through Shepton Mallet Ilminster and Honiton 107108
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Bath to Exeter through Bridgewater and Taunton 108110
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Exeter to Teignmouth Torquay and Dartmouth
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Exeter to Plymouth and Devonport through Totness 113115
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Exeter to Plymouth and Devonport through Ashburton 115116
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Bristol to Exeter and Plymouth by Railway 117120
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Great Western Railway continued and South Devon RailwayBristol to Exeter and Plymouth
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Exeter to Tavistock Callington Liskeard Lostwithiel and Truro 121123
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Exeter to Launceston Bodmin Truro Penzance and Lands End 123127
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Tour from Bristol along the coast of Wales through Newport Cardiff Swansea Caermarthen Pembroke Haverford St Davids Cardigan Aberystwith c 1...
126
London to Loughborough Nottingham Chesterfield Sheffield
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A Tour through Wales 136143
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Bristol Chepstow Monmouth HerefordLudlowShrews buryChesterLiverpool 143150
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Bristol to Gloucester Worcester and Kidderminster 150154
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Bristol and Birmingham RailwayBristol to Gloucester Cheltenham Worcester and Birmingham
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London to Gloucester and Cheltenham by Railway 154157
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Gloucester to Birmingham by Railway 157159
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London to Gloucester through Maidenhead Faringdon and Ciren cester 159161
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London to Oxford through Maidenhead and Henley 161166
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London to Hall through Cambridge Ely Peterborough and Bos
162
London to Gloucester through Oxford and Cheltenham 166167
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London to Hereford through Gloucester and Ledbury 167168
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London to Hereford through Gloucester and Ross
168
London to St Davids through Cardigan
169
London to Aberystwith through Oxford Gloucester and Here ford
172
London to Aberystwith through Worcester and Leominster 174175
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London to Shrewsbury through Aylesbury Kidderminster and MuchWenlock 175177
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London to Shrewsbury through Aylesbury Kidderminster Brose ley and ColebrookDale
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London to Newbury and Hungerford by Railway
183
London to Westbury by Railway
184
London to Oxford by Railway 186187
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Southampton to Oxford by Railway 187188
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London to Birmingham by Oxford Woodstock and Stratfordon Avon 188190
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London to Birmingham by Aylesbury Buckingham Banbury and Warwick 190196
190
London to Birmingham by St Albans Dunstable Daventry and Coventry 196199
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North Western RailwayLondon to Birmingham
199
London to Birmingham by Railway 200205
200
London to Denbigh through Birmingham Newport Whitchurch Wrexham and Mold 205208
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London to Chester and Holyhead through St Albans Woburn Northampton Lutterworth Lichfield Stafford and Nantwich 209216
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London to Chester through Newport Whitchurchcontinued to Parkgate 216217
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London to Liverpool through Dunstable Coventry Lichfield Stone Knutsford and Warrington 217223
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London to Manchester through St Albans Northampton Leices ter Derby Macclesfield and Stockport 223227
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London to Manchester through Buxton and Stockport 228230
228
London to Manchester through Derby MatlockBath Bakewell and ChapelenleFrith 231235
231
Chatsworth and its Vicinity
235
Birmingham to Liverpool or Manchester by Railway 236238
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Carlisle to Glasgow and Edinburgh by Caledonian Railway
256
London to Macclesfield by North Staffordshire Railway 257258
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Manchester to Bolton and Preston by Railway 258260
258
Liverpool to Preston through Ormskirk by Railway 260261
260
Carlisle to Whitehaven by Railway 261263
261
London to Whitehaven by Preston Fleetwood and Ravenglass 263265
263
Carlisle to Newcastle by Railway 265266
264
Newcastle and Carlisle and Tynemouth Railways 205
267
KendalBirthwaiteBownessWindermereAmblesideUlverston
269
Derwent Water and Bassenthwaite
284
Buttermere Crummock and Lowes Water
295
Ulleswater
299
Windermere Coniston and Grasmere
315
UlverstonConiston LakeAmbleside
320
WhitebavenCockermouthBassenthwaite Lake Keswick
327
PenrithUlleswaterPatterdaleKirkstone Ambleside 333334
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Manchester to Rochdale and Leeds by Railway 341342
341
Manchester to York through Huddersfield and Normanton
348
Map of Derbyshire
355
Birmingham and Derby Junction Railway
357
London to Carlisle through Hatfield Stamford Newark Don
370
Barnsley Wakefield Leeds Ripon and Thirsk 373380
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London to NewcastleuponTyne through Ware Huntingdon Stamford Grantham Newark Doncaster Boroughbridge Dar lington and Durham 380394
380
Newcastle to BerwickuponTweed through Morpeth and Alnwick 394399
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Newcastle to Coldstream through Wooler 399401
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Newcastle to Edinburgh by Jedburgh
402
London to Durham by Boroughbridge Catterick and Bishop Auckland 404407
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London to Alston through Wolsingham Stanhope and St Johns Weardale 407408
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London to Sunderland by Boroughbridge Thirsk Yarm and Stockton 408409
408
London to Tynemouth by Durham Sunderland and South and North Shields 410415
410
London to Kirby Moorside through Helmsley Blackmoor
415
London to Whitby through Baldock Stamford Grantham Don caster York and New Malton
416
London to Scarborough through York and New Malton
417
London to Market Harborough through Newport Pagnel Olney Wellingborough and Kettering 424425
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London to Bedford through St Albans and Luton
426
London to Flamborough Head
427
London to Hull by York Market Weighton and Beverley
428
London to Great Grimsby through Lincoln and Market Rasen 429430
429
London to Great Grimsby through Spalding Boston and Louth 430432
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London to Cambridge through Ware
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London to Cambridge through Royston 433436
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London to Harrowgate Ripon and Thirsk through Leeds by Railway 436437
436
London to York through Leicester and Derby by Railway 437439
436
Midland RailwayBirmingham and Rugby to York with the connect ing Lines
437
York to Durham Newcastle and Berwick by Railway 439443
439
York Newcastle and Berwick Railway continuedNewcastle to Berwick
442
London to Hull through Rugby Leicester Nottingham and Lin coln by Railway 443446
443
London to Northampton and Peterborough by Railway 446447
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London to Hull through Peterborough Boston and Grimsby by Railway 448449
448
ton by Railway 449452
449
Hull to Bridlington and Scarborough by Railway 452453
452
York to Scarborough by Railway 453454
453
York to Pickering and Whitby by Railway 454455
454
London to Wells Norfolk through Cambridge Ely and Lynn 455458
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London to Lynn through Royston Cambridge St Ives Chatteris March and Wisbeach 458459
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London to Lynn by Epping Newmarket and Brandon 459460
459
London to Wells by Newmarket Brandon Swaftham and Fakenham 460462
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London to Norwich by Epping Newmarket Thetford and Wymondham 462466
462
London to Norwich by Chelmsford Braintree Sudbury Bury St Edmunds and Thetford 467468
467
London to Norwich by Chelmsford Braintree Sudbury Bury St Edmunds Ixworth and Scole Inn
469
London to Norwich by Romford Chelmsford Colchester and Ipswich 470473
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London to Cromer by Newmarket Brandon Walton and East Derbam 473474
473
London to Cromer by Norwich and North Walsham
475
London to Yarmouth through Ipswich Woodbridge Saxmund ham and Lowestoft 476479
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London to Harwich through Chelmsford and Colchester
480
London to Southend through Romford Brentwood Billericay and Rayleigh
481
Peterborough to Stamford MeltonMowbray and Leicester by Railway 482483
482
London to Ware and Hertford by Railway 483484
483
London to Huntingdon by Railway
484
London to Downham and Lynn by Railway
484
London to Norwich through Ipswicb Haughley and Diss by Railway 487490
487
Norwich to East Dereham Swaffham and Lynn by Railway 490491
490
Norwich to Ely Peterborough and Leicester by Railway
491
London to York by Great Northern Railway via Boston Lincoln
495
The Trunk Lines from the Borders of England into Scotland
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INDEX
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North British RailwayBerwick to Edinburgh
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Map of England End of
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caster Borough bridge and Appleby 37
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PÓgina 284 - HOPE rules a land for ever green : All powers that serve the bright-eyed queen Are confident and gay ; Clouds at her bidding disappear ; Points she to aught ? the bliss draws near, And fancy smooths the way. Not such the land of wishes...
PÓgina 298 - Of vast circumference and gloom profound This solitary Tree ! a living thing Produced too slowly ever to decay ; Of form and aspect too magnificent To be destroyed.
PÓgina 302 - Gavel; for on its highest point is a small triangular receptacle in the native rock, which, the shepherds say, is never dry. There we might have slaked our thirst plenteously with a pure and celestial liquid, for the cup or basin, it appears, has no other feeder than the dews of heaven, the showers, the vapours, the hoar frost, and the spotless snow. While we were gazing around, 'Look,' I exclaimed, 'at yon ship upon the glittering sea!
PÓgina 273 - And not a moonbeam enters here. But they without its light can see The chamber carved so curiously, Carved with figures strange and sweet, All made out of the carver's brain, For a lady's chamber meet : The lamp with twofold silver chain Is fastened to an angel's feet.
PÓgina 298 - THERE is a Yew-tree, pride of Lorton Vale, Which to this day stands single, in the midst Of its own darkness, as it stood of yore...
PÓgina 228 - Their temperature is lower than those of .'Mli, and they are more agreeable for bathing. They are administered internally to persons in whom the digestive organs are feeble, and are found very efficacious in the cure of gout and rheumatism. The Crescent at Buxton is an extensive and elegant structure, comprising two hotels, a library, an assemblyroom, &c.
PÓgina 314 - Cushions or tufts of moss, parched and brown, appear between the huge blocks and stones that lie in heaps on all sides to a great distance, like skeletons or bones of the earth not needed at the creation, and there left to be covered with never-dying lichens, which the clouds and dews nourish ; and adorn with colours of vivid and exquisite beauty.
PÓgina 238 - About half a mile from the station is the large and populous town of Warrington, on the north bank of the Mersey in Lancashire. It is one of the oldest towns in Lancashire, and was a Roman station. A bridge was built here over the Mersey by the Earl of Derby, for the purpose of enabling Henry VII. to pay him a visit with greater convenience. The principal manufactures are cottons, shoes, and fustians, and in the vicinity are pin, glass, and iron-works.
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PÓgina 298 - ... exposure, and its consecrated connexion with the final hopes and fears of the adjacent pastoral hamlet, — but for these considerations the first movement of a stranger's feelings would be towards loud laughter ; for the...

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