Civil Engineering Heritage: Northern England
Robert William Rennison
Thomas Telford, 1996 - Civil Engineering - 291 pages
This guide covers the northern counties of England, from the border with Scotland to the southern extremities of South Yorkshire, Greater Manchester, and Merseyside - as well as the Isle of Man. It describes the many examples of these regions' civil engineering heritage: the best of many types of structure; works which played a major role in development of these areas; and those which achieve some special aesthetic qualtiy.
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