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A coast to coast walk

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When Wainwright planned his cross-England expedition, he chose a route which he hoped would commit no act of trespass or offence against privacy. It later transpired that certain sections of the route did indeed cross land over which there was no public right of way, and this revised edition sets out to amend those sections so that the walk is now either on public roads, public rights of way, or on permissive paths.; The Wainwright text which covers those parts of the route which are no longer valid has been marked with a bold line in the left- or right-hand margins. An asterisk then leads to the new typeset copy describing the revised route which appears, in the main, at the foot of the affected pages.
Good condition hardback, the dustjacket is scuffed along the edges.

Item details

Author(s):
A Wainwright
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1994
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0718140729
ISBN-13:
9780718140724
Number of pages:
168
Publisher:
Michael Joseph

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When Wainwright planned his cross-England expedition, he chose a route which he hoped would commit no act of trespass or offence against privacy. It later transpired that certain sections of the route did indeed cross land over which there was no public right of way, and this revised edition sets out to amend those sections so that the walk is now either on public roads, public rights of way, or on permissive paths.; The Wainwright text which covers those parts of the route which are no longer valid has been marked with a bold line in the left- or right-hand margins. An asterisk then leads to the new typeset copy describing the revised route which appears, in the main, at the foot of the affected pages.
Good condition hardback, the dustjacket is scuffed along the edges.

Author(s):
A Wainwright
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1994
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0718140729
ISBN-13:
9780718140724
Number of pages:
168
Publisher:
Michael Joseph

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