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Kendal's Port - A Maritime History of the Creek of Milnthorpe

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For more than three centuries the Creek of Milnthorpe served as Kendal's port giving Westmorland's merchants and mariners access to the sea for home and international trade. In the Eighteenth Century ships from the River Kent estuary traded with the Baltic States and the West Indies. This book explains the working of the port and traces the martime history of the innermost reach of Morecambe Bay, much of which is now in the Arnside and Silverdale area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

In very good condition.

Item details

Author(s):
Leonard Smith
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2009
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0955199263
ISBN-13:
9780955199264
Number of pages:
103
Publisher:
Lensden Pub
Title:
Kendal's Port - A Maritime History of the Creek of Milnthorpe

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For more than three centuries the Creek of Milnthorpe served as Kendal's port giving Westmorland's merchants and mariners access to the sea for home and international trade. In the Eighteenth Century ships from the River Kent estuary traded with the Baltic States and the West Indies. This book explains the working of the port and traces the martime history of the innermost reach of Morecambe Bay, much of which is now in the Arnside and Silverdale area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

In very good condition.

Author(s):
Leonard Smith
Condition:
Used: very good
Edition:
2009
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0955199263
ISBN-13:
9780955199264
Number of pages:
103
Publisher:
Lensden Pub
Title:
Kendal's Port - A Maritime History of the Creek of Milnthorpe

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