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Portobello

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Product description

'PORTOBELLO - Its people, its past, its present gives a fascinating insight into the circumstances and events that have shaped Portobello road. With the help of historic maps, the book traces its development from a lone for horse-drawn traffic crossed by canal and railways to the arrival of a more recent intruder, the M40 motorway. Photo's, drawings and personal stories tell of Portobellos shops, houses, convents, schools, pubs and of the life created around its street markets.

Item details

Author(s):
Shaaron Whetlor and Liz Bartlett
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1873094051
ISBN-13:
9781873094051
Number of pages:
55
Publisher:
Kensington and Chelsea Community History Group
Title:
Portobello, its people, its past, its present

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'PORTOBELLO - Its people, its past, its present gives a fascinating insight into the circumstances and events that have shaped Portobello road. With the help of historic maps, the book traces its development from a lone for horse-drawn traffic crossed by canal and railways to the arrival of a more recent intruder, the M40 motorway. Photo's, drawings and personal stories tell of Portobellos shops, houses, convents, schools, pubs and of the life created around its street markets.

Author(s):
Shaaron Whetlor and Liz Bartlett
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1873094051
ISBN-13:
9781873094051
Number of pages:
55
Publisher:
Kensington and Chelsea Community History Group
Title:
Portobello, its people, its past, its present

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