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  • Author:
    Nick Crane,Christopher Somerville
  • ISBN:
    0563522798
  • ISBN13:
    978-0563522799
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    BBC Books (July 1, 2006)
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    192 pages
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Coast: A Celebration of . Christopher Somerville is the walking correspondent of The Times. He is one of Britain's most respected and prolific travel writers, with thirty-six books, hundreds of newspaper articles and many TV and radio appearances to his name. Series: Coast (Book 1).

by Christopher Somerville. In Coast, natural history journalist Christopher Somerville takes you on a grand tour of the outer limits of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Beautiful photography, clear maps, and evocative essays all illuminate the majesty and variety to be found where Britain meets the sea. This is, after all, the longest coastline in Europe.

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By: Christopher Somerville(Author). 192 pages, colour photos. Publisher: BBC Books. Accompanying the major BBC series this stunning book is a beautifully illustrated guide to Britain's 9000-mile coastline and heritage. ISBN: 9780563522799 Paperback Jul 2005 Out of Print About this book Related titles. Images Additional images. It contains a region-by-region reference of places, people, activities, natural history, historic events and fascinating facts and superb colour photos capture the stunning landscape and scenery.

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Christopher Somerville. Accompanying the BBC series, Coast is not only a superbly illustrated celebration of Britain's coastal areas but a practical guide to all that they have to offer. The first part of the book is divided into the 12 coastal regions as featured in the programme, with lavish photography, maps and evocative essays. The second part is a region-by-region reference of places, people, activities, natural history, historic events and fascinating facts all clearly laid out to help you plan your own trip.

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Coastal Archaeology of Britain. A The recognition of the wealth and diversity of England’s coastal archaeology has been one of the most important developments of recent years. Some elements of this enormous resource have long been known.

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You can purchase 'Coast: A Celebration of Britain's Coastal Heritage' here. Author: Christopher Somerville. Number Of Pages: 192. Publication Year: 2005. Title: Coast: A Celebration of Britain's Coastal Heritage.

In Coast, natural history journalist Christopher Somerville takes you on a grand tour of the outer limits of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Beautiful photography, clear maps, and evocative essays all illuminate the majesty and variety to be found where Britain meets the sea. This is, after all, the longest coastline in Europe. From the dramatic cliffs of Eastbourne’s Beachy Head to the spare beauty of the Norfolk salt marshes; from the storm-wracked Cape Wrath at the edge of the Scottish Highlands to the peaceful wooded creeks of Cornwall’s Helford river—whatever kind of coastal area you’re drawn to, you’ll find it here. For those who want to see it firsthand, Coast also features a detailed gazetteer—a region-by-region reference of places, people, activities, natural history, and historic events.