Just a few of the titles available for £2.50, granted Snowdonia is not near Yorkshire but you can get there in a couple of hours, traffic permitting that is.
I don’t restrict myself to the “Dalesman” magazine, I look out for all their publications even when they stray out of God’s Own County (GOC).
Exploring: The Lake District, North Yorkshire Moors and the Yorkshire Coast (three Books)
Lakeland A to Z
Peak District Walks
Shepherds Crooks and Walking Sticks
Walking in; Airedale : Bronte Country : North Yorkshire Moors : Lower Wharfedale : Upper Wharfedale
Yorkshire Mysteries and Oddities
All are available along with many other Dalesman publications, though if you intend visiting my shop and you are interested let me know as they are all at home as I intend getting round to reading them, especially the “walking” books. As the bumper sticker should say “Bibliophiles just read about it”.
Scarborough. 36 pages 1955 illustrated story of Parish Church
Newby Hall 32 page well illustrated guide book. Undated but priced originally at 2/6
Borrowdale 24 page illustrated booklet by Shelagh Sutton published in 1961 by Borrowdale Woman’s Institute (with their clothes on I presume)
Kilburn 28 pages, undated about 1960, written by the vicar.
Whitby Abbey by Peter Hood 68 page well illustrated published in1927
Bridlington – 56 pages illustrated guide to Priory Church undated.
Shibden Hall – Halifax 24 page 1953 illustrated guide.
Whitby old parish Church 24 page illustrated guide revised 1950
P & P will be £1.00 to UK
30 issues from 1965 (Ninepence) to 1972 (at 10p) shows you what decimalisation did.
I tried for a varied sample of covers but surprisingly enough they all feature trains, there is one issue covering the filming of “The Railway Children”
I am looking for £5.00 for the lot. Less than the price of two copies in 1972. A bargain in anyone’s language.
I did debate about showing all the covers as the illustration only changes once (apart from colour, for Americans that’s color ) but they do have an index of sorts on the cover.
JAN W Riley – Alfred J Brown – Ella Pontefract – The Brown Rat – Phyllis Kelway – R A Peppersall
FEB Wharfedale – W. Childe – Dennis Mallet – P R Saville – Stainmore – W Riley -Dale Houses – E Pomtefract – F Riley – P Kelway – Wensleydale – R B Fawcett
MAR Ella Pontefract – Gipsies – T Thirkill- Winifred Betham – Arncliffe – Col. John Birkbeck – Northern Dales –
APRIL D. Mallet – Cricket J K Crawford – Wharfe – E Pontefract – P Kelway – Nora Nicholson – Potholers N Thornber – Kilnsey Show Miller – Lidesfarne – Lineham
MAY Stanley Umpleby – Nidderdale – Ida K Spilsbury – The Moorhen – J R Ogden – Three Whernsides Walk – Cullingford – Castle Bolton School – G Nathan
JUNE P Kelway – Bowland – Wordsworth A J Brown- The Three Peaks –
JULY P Kelway – Dentdale Pontefract Hartley – Manpouri Ratcliffe –
AUG “P Kelway – J Walton – “”Grandma Dibb”” G B Wood – I K Spilsbury”
SEPT Dialect E Gaukroger- P Kelway – Cobbydale Nail Makers J Walton – Ingleborough Waterhouse-
OCT Knitters of Dent J Walton – M Miller – G Hutchinson – A W Dyson – Appletreewick
NOV Hawes Rope Maker J Walton- Sheep Salving – Jonas Bradley of Stanbury Hutchinson – Alfred J Brown – Langstrothdale
DEC D Morton – Potters of Burton – Pilgrimage of Grace – John Dower – Marrick Corpse Cart – Ella Pontefract – Malhamdale
Whilst checking index I found this disturbing announcement.
DAlesman 1940 (each)
Please specify month
As I have previously said, everything is local to someone, I could also add if it ain’t now it’s History.
Richard Bell – Sketchbook of the Natural History of the Country Round Wakefield – for a book (paperback) with “Sketchbook” in it’s title it seems a strange choice of cover design. £2.50
A 66 page undated guide well illustrated, but what a cracking cover. £2.50
OS 1″ Map of Huddersfield Sheet 102 Full 1920 Revision with later corrections. £1.00
Ernest Ackroyd was a survivor of the notorious “Railway of Death” and enforced slave labour in Japan. The 122 (West Riding) Field Regiment Royal Artillery TA was formed in 1939 and ceased to exist in 1942 with the fall of Singapore.
13 members of the regiment were “Killed in Action”, more than 200 more of the young Bradford men died in captivity.
This is Ernest’s account of their ordeal. A near fine signed copy £10.00
Published in the late 60’s it is a real challenge to search out the 50 or so pubs in each book, and have a pint in every one.
NOTE that the West Yorkshire pubs are not “Interesting” but have Character.
In Stock North Wales and Anglesey – Cheshire – Shropshire – Staffordshire – South Wales – North Wales and Warwickshire.
Yorkshire Past & Present: A History And Description Of The Three Ridings Of The Great County Of York, From The Earliest Ages To The Year 1870; With An Account Of Its Manufactures, Commerce, And Civil And Mechanical Engineering. By Edward & Thomas Baines.
The tops of the spine and a couple of the hinges need some attention, but this is not an ex-library copy it is not littered with stamps and stickers like many copies of this prestigious book that are on offer. All the plates are intact and most still have tissue paper protection.
A fascinating collection on ‘Yorkshire, Past and Present’ by the English journalist and historian Thomas Baines. An informative history of the historic county of Yorkshire in Northern England from the ‘earliest ages’ till the text’s publication in the late nineteenth century. Baine’s comprehensive study not only explores the topography of the area and its points of interest, but also details an account of its manufactures, commerce, and civil and mechanical engineering. This two volume set written by Thomas Baines was published in four parts. Volume I division I and II, and volume II division I were published approximately in 1870. Volume II, division II, detailing the history of Yorkshire to a later date than the other volumes (1875) was published later than the earlier volumes due the author’s state of health, as explained in the errata slip inserted to the volume. This copy also features an ‘Account of the Woolen Trade of Yorkshire’ by the author’s brother, Edward Baines junior, a nonconformist English newspaper editor and Member of Parliament. All volumes are undated. Illustrated with engravings of Yorkshire scenes, individuals and buildings.
On offer for £150