Yorkshire Dales

A Walk Around Kettlewell
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A Walk around Kettlewell (A walk back in time with pictures history and tales of the village. by Colin Hare

Seems to have been published privately first in 2002 and then reprinted in 2003. The author hales from Buckinghamshire, but we can’t hold that against him, in his favour he was at one time a motorcyclist. However he has compiled an interesting book on Kettlewell History, well illustrated. This is a fine copy of the reprint. Much more than the short title implies. Well worth a read. Price includes UK Posting – For other postal rates to more distant locations please contact me.

£7.50

KINGSDALE The Valley of the Vikings by Frederic Riley

KINGSDALE The Valley of the Vikings by Frederic Riley

Gleanings From a Yorkshire Valley Published in Skipton by The Craven Herald Ltd. Undated but has an inter war feel, I have found mention of this publication but none for sale. 34 page booklet, the cover is dusty contents very bright No stamps labels or inscriptions. Price includes UK Posting – For other postal rates to more distant locations please contact me.

£25.00

Appleby-In-Westmorland and WARCOP by Michael Ffinch

Appleby-In-Westmorland and WARCOP by Michael Ffinch

Published by Titus Wilson & Sons, Kendal in 1984 1st edition. must have been a short run as I can’t find another for sale. This is a fine copy. No stamps labels or inscriptions. Price includes UK Posting – For other postal rates to more distant locations please contact me.

£7.50

P O W – David Kidd

P O W – David Kidd

I can not find any reference to this book on line in all the places I normally search and even Google draws a blank. Published by the Yorkshire Arts Circus in its Peoples History of Europe series. “The story of a soldier who walked around Leipzig in full British military uniform during the last eighteen months of World War II. This autobiography is an antidote to the prisoner of war stories which depends on tunnels to create tension”

P O W – David Kidd

I can not find any reference to this book on line in all the places I normally search and even Google draws a blank. Published by the Yorkshire Arts Circus in its Peoples History of Europe series. “The story of a soldier who walked around Leipzig in full British military uniform during the last eighteen months of World War II. This autobiography is an antidote to the prisoner of war stories which depends on tunnels to create tension” A 68 page, “perfect bound” booklet produced to a high quality by Arc and Throstle Press, Todmorden. Available for delivery to any UK address.

£10.00

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