London 3: North West

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Penguin Books, 1991 - Sports & Recreation - 804 pages
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An architectural guide that encompasses three centuries of metropolitan growth, spanning an area from Georgian St Marylebone and the riverside terraces of Chelsea and Chiswick to Heathrow Airport and the outer fringes of Middlesex.

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User Review  - yukkii - LibraryThing

This book introduces London. London is the capital of England is that evryone knows This book tells us about many places, cultures in London. I want to go to England to study English, so this book was very useful for me to know about the biggest city inEnglish. Read full review

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User Review  - gissa - LibraryThing

London in England is very bigger city in the world. This book introduce London about history,culture,shops,sports and so on. This theme is interesting for me.I didn't know that The Thems come from an ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD BY BRIDGET CHERRY II
11
GEOLOGY AND BUILDING MATERIALS
91
INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY BY MALCOLM TUCKER
107
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About the author (1991)

He is a former architecture historian.

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