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River Thames

Author: Steve Wallis
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The Thames is the longest river than runs entirely through England and its valley contains not only Britain’s capital but also many other large settlements. There are also a great many historic features that bear testament to the river’s historic and continuing importance for the surrounding areas, and indeed Britain and the world.


River Trent

Author: Tony A. J. Hewitt
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The latest in the 'River' series, chronicling England's biggest river, the Trent, as it flows through the industrial heartland of England. Stunning photography paired with historic anecdotes of the river's past uses and features make for a fascinating read on the 'wandering invader'.


From Source to Sea

Author: Tom Chesshyre
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW
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Over the years, authors, artists and amblers aplenty have felt the pull of the Thames, and now travel writer Tom Chesshyre is following in their footsteps. He’s walking the length of the river from the Cotswolds to the North Sea – a winding journey of over two hundred miles. Join him for an illuminating stroll past meadows, churches and palaces, country estates and council estates, factories and dockyards. Setting forth in the summer of Brexit, and meeting a host of interesting characters along the way, Chesshyre explores the living present and remarkable past of England’s longest and most iconic river.


From source to sea

Author: B. H. Heslop
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The River Nene

Author: David Phillips
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River Days

Author: Michael J. Tougias
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“As a boy, I had the Huck Finn dream that many do of letting the river carry me to adventure.” Now, some 30 years later, award-winning outdoor writer Michael Tougias lives that dream. Trading Huck Finn's log raft for canoe and kayak, Tougias journeys the length of the Connecticut River—from its source near the Canadian border through four New England states to where it meets the sea in Connecticut. Recently designated an American Heritage River, the Connecticut provides the perfect setting for Tougias's narrative—a wonderful blend of adventure, fishing tales, history, and natural history.


Karrawirra Parri

Author: Mike Ladd
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In 2007, Mike Ladd walked the River Torrens from its source to the sea, taking notes as he went. First appearing as a popular series of articles in the Adelaide Review with photographs by Cathy Brooks, Karrawirra Parri is a beguiling social and natural history of the river, and a delightful meditation on literature and walking.


The Water Of Leith From Source To Sea

Author: John Geddie
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The Thames

Author: Derek Pratt
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The Thames is an extraordinary river: linking London to the countryside and the sea, the Thames is the heart of the capital and its waters the lifeblood of England. Following the river is a voyage through Britain's history, as its varied path joins landmarks of the past with the urban landscape of the modern world. This stunning photographic journey offers a unique and comprehensive showcase of the Thames we know ... and the Thames we don't... Derek Pratt's photography gives readers a unique insight into the river's many facets, comparing the rural idylls with the urban landscapes, the industrial buildings with the famous views, the royal landmarks with the river used by people all along its course for daily recreation and famous events. London has so often been the beginning and the end of the Thames story, and whilst it forms a major part, this book gives an altogether more complete and unexpected view of one of the most famous, remarkable and well-loved rivers in the world. With a stylish design, beautiful photography and interesting insights, this gorgeous coffee table book will appeal to a wide range of readers. It will be the perfect gift for anyone living near, visiting or enjoying this magnificent river, with its visual variety, hidden secrets and fascinating history.


The Rivers of Devon from Source to Sea

Author: John Lloyd Warden Page
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