Gloucestershire: The Cotswolds
In the BUILDINGS OF ENGLAND series, the 2nd revised edition covers one of England's most visited areas. There are chapters by experts in prehistoric, Roman and medieval buildings and in geology. The architecture of towns such as Cirencester and Chipping Camden is covered in depth, as are the wealth of villages, manor houses and farmsteads.
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Geology and Soil
The Port of Bristol
History of the County
Architecturea Ecclesiastical Churches Cathedrals Abbeys
Architecture6 Military Castles
Architecture c Domestic Famous Seats Manor Houses
CommunicationsPast and Present Roads Railways Canals ΠΟ
Administration and Divisions
Roll of Honour of the County I 26
The Chief Towns and Villages of Gloucestershire
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