This A-Z map of East Anglia is a full colour regional road atlas featuring 39 pages of continuous road mapping that covers an area extending to: -Grantham-Sleaford-Boston-King's Lynn-Cromer-Great Yarmouth-Felixstowe-Clacton-on-Sea-Colchester-Chelmsford-Harlow-Hemel Hempstead-Leighton Buzzard-StamfordThis East Anglia Road Atlas is shown at a clear 2.5 miles to 1 inch scale (1.58 km to 1 cm) and includes the following features: -Motorways open with full junction detail, motorways under construction and proposed, service areas, primary routes and destinations, A & B roads, selected minor roads, gradients 1:5 and steeper, tolls, mileages, county boundaries, spot heights and hill shading-Selected safety camera locations with their maximum speed limits-Selected fuel stations-National Park boundaries-Selected places of interest, tourist information centres and golf coursesAlso included are 14 city, town, airport or port plans for: -Bedford-Bury St. Edmunds-Cambridge-Chelmsford-Colchester-Ely-Great Yarmouth-Ipswich-King's Lynn-Norwich-Luton-Peterborough-Harwich Port-London Stansted AirportThe index section lists cities, towns, villages, hamlets and locations covered by this atlas.
This full colour double sided foldout road map of North and South Scotland is one of a series of five maps covering Great Britain, with a continuous grid referencing system which enables several or all of the sheets to be mounted together, whilst retaining the compatibility of the index.-The Northern Scotland map covers the mainland of northern Scotland and includes the Isle of Sky, the Inner Hebrides and the Western Isles. The Orkney and Shetland Islands are featured in an inset map at a scale of approximately 12.5 inches to 1 mile.-The Southern Scotland map covers the remainder of Scotland southwards to include a large section of Northern England which includes Berwick-upon-Tweed, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Middlesbrough, York, Skipton, Fleetwood, Whitehaven and Carlisle. The Isle of Man is also covered.The map information includes motorways open with full junction detail, motorways under construction and proposed, service areas, primary routes and destinations, A and B roads, gradients 1:5 and steeper, tolls, mileages, national and county boundaries, spot heights and hill shading. A selection of ancillary and tourist information is included on the mapping.Attached to the cover is an index booklet which lists cities, towns, villages, hamlets and locations covered by the mapping.
Diana Gabaldon has captivated millions of readers with her critically acclaimed Outlander novels. In this beautifully illustrated compendium, Diana Gabaldon opens a door through the standing stones and offers a guided tour of what lies within. Including: · Full synopses of Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager and Drums of Autumn · A complete listing of the characters (fictional and historical) in the first four novels in the series, as well as family trees and genealogical notes · A comprehensive glossary and pronunciation guide to Gaelic terms and usage · The Gabaldon Theory of Time Travel, explained · Frequently asked questions to the author and her (sometimes surprising) answers · An annotated bibliography · Essays about medicine and magic in the eighteenth century, researching historical fiction, creating characters and more · Professionally cast horoscopes for Jamie and Claire · The making of the TV series: how we got there from here, and what happened next (including ‘My Brief Career as a TV Actor’)
Perfect for readers of the bestselling Outlander novels—and don’t miss The Outlandish Companion Volume Two! #1 New York Times bestselling author Diana Gabaldon has captivated millions of readers with her critically acclaimed Outlander novels, the inspiration for the Starz original series. From the moment Claire Randall stepped through a standing stone circle and was thrown back in time to the year 1743—and into a world that threatens life, limb, loyalty, heart, soul, and everything else Claire has—readers have been hungry to know everything about this world and its inhabitants, particularly a Scottish soldier named Jamie Fraser. In this beautifully illustrated compendium of all things Outlandish, Gabaldon covers the first four novels of the main series, including: • full synopses of Outlander, Dragonfly in Amber, Voyager, and Drums of Autumn • a complete listing of the characters (fictional and historical) in the first four novels in the series, as well as family trees and genealogical notes • a comprehensive glossary and pronunciation guide to Gaelic terms and usage • The Gabaldon Theory of Time Travel, explained • frequently asked questions to the author and her (sometimes surprising) answers • an annotated bibliography • essays about medicine and magic in the eighteenth century, researching historical fiction, creating characters, and more • professionally cast horoscopes for Jamie and Claire • the making of the TV series: how we got there from here, and what happened next (including “My Brief Career as a TV Actor”) • behind-the-scenes photos from the Outlander TV series set For anyone who wants to spend more time with the Outlander characters and the world they inhabit, Diana Gabaldon here opens a door through the standing stones and offers a guided tour of what lies within.
As a facsimile reproduction of the A to Z London Street Atlas, circa 1938/39, this publication shows street mapping of London as it was before the Second World War bombing and the redevelopments that followed and may be of assistance in tracing family history for that period.The coverage extends from central London to Edgware, Whetstone, Palmers Green, Edmonton, Walthamstow, Snaresbrook, Seven Kings, Barking, Silvertown, Plumstead, Kidbrooke, Bellingham, South Sydenham, Croydon, Streatham Common, Morden, Wimbledon Common, Twickenham, Richmond, Kew, Hanwell, Ealing Broadway, Wembley, Harrow and Wealdstone. Included within the atlas is a map of the Underground Railways of London and Suburbs and location maps of Theatreland, Cinemaland, Clubland and the main Shopping Centres. The Guide to Places of Interest section includes a location map and text giving a summary of each selected place of interest with opening times and admission charges. The index to streets section includes a list of the London County Council street name changes relevant at that time.A foldout coloured Pictorial Map of Central London is attached to the inside back cover and this map features the locations of principal landmarks and places of interest using three dimensional drawings.The original printing of this paperback street atlas before the Second World War was in black only; however, this facsimile reproduction has been printed in colours which simulate the current condition after its ageing over many years.The atlas is supplied in a stout protective slipcase.SAVE 20% OFF the RRP when you buy our special offer packageof the "Bedsitter to Household Name" together with the 1938 A-Z Historical London, a saving of £3.98.The BeginningGeographers' Map Company was founded in 1936 by Phyllis Pearsall MBE (1906-1996) who, encouraged by her father Alexander Gross, took on the ambitious task of publishing up-to-date street mapping of London. This Historical Edition is a facsimile reproduction of one of her first publications featuring the now renowned A to Z logo on the front cover.
This A-Z map of Devon and Cornwall is a full colour, single sided, fold-out road map which covers both counties. This map extends to also cover: -Weston-super-Mare-Bridgwater-Taunton-Minehead-Bridport-Lyme RegisMap detail is shown at a clear 2 kms to 1 cm (3.156 miles to 1 inch) and includes the following features: -Motorways open with full junction detail, motorways under construction and proposed, service areas, primary routes and destinations, A & B roads, gradients 1:5 and steeper, tolls, mileages, national and county boundaries, together with spot heights and hill shading.-Selected safety camera locations with their maximum speed limits and fuel stations.-Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks.-Selected places of interest, tourist information centres and golf courses.The index section includes a list of cities, towns, villages, hamlets and locations and is featured below the map.