The Times Atlas of Britain

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Catalogue Number: 7M7-HD6J

The  Times  Atlas of Britain

  • Format: Hardback
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • ISBN: 9780007345830
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Synopsis

The first ever national Atlas of Britain to be published for over 40 years. This first edition of The Times Atlas of Britain is perfect for finding out more about Britain, discovering your county or just exploring the country. Includes England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. An authoritative and prestigious atlas with detailed mapping and geographical information about Britain. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are given comprehensive coverage along with every county. Fully up-to-date reference maps, statistics, images and historical mapping give an exceptionally detailed view of Britain. A brand new atlas in the Times range covering the whole of Great Britain. The following features are included in this unique atlas - 160 pages of Times reference mapping 17 city centre maps 450 photographs 90 historical maps 100,000 words of text Pages on each county contain the following; flagcrest description at a glance statistics photographs modern map in times mapping style historical map of county from the Bartholomew archive Fascinating descriptions from John Bartholomew's Gazetteer of the British Isles 1887 list of well known people born in the county quote from celebrity about the county The Worlds Most Prestigious and Authoritative Atlases www.timesatlas.com 'I love maps and atlases and The Times Atlas is the best for the clarity of the cartography' Chris Bonington

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