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Raynes Park

£65.00

Product description

The area of Raynes Park, part of the parish of Merton, remained rural until late into the 19th century. The first development in the area was the opening of the London & South Western Railway in May 1838 which crossed the area on a high embankment, although the station did not open until later. This interesting account of the area published in 1987 is rarely available to buy, but appears to be the only account of the area's early history through to the late 20th century.

Paperback, in very good condition, probably has been read but little sign of wear.

Please feel free to visit the Keynsham branch to examine the book or purchase directly.

Item details

Author(s):
E.M.Jowett
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
20.9cm x 14.7cm
Edition:
First, 1987
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0950148857
ISBN-13:
9780950148854
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
Merton Historical Society

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About this item

The area of Raynes Park, part of the parish of Merton, remained rural until late into the 19th century. The first development in the area was the opening of the London & South Western Railway in May 1838 which crossed the area on a high embankment, although the station did not open until later. This interesting account of the area published in 1987 is rarely available to buy, but appears to be the only account of the area's early history through to the late 20th century.

Paperback, in very good condition, probably has been read but little sign of wear.

Please feel free to visit the Keynsham branch to examine the book or purchase directly.

Author(s):
E.M.Jowett
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
20.9cm x 14.7cm
Edition:
First, 1987
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0950148857
ISBN-13:
9780950148854
Number of pages:
216
Publisher:
Merton Historical Society

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