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50 Gems of Buckinghamshire: The History & Heritage of the Most Iconic Places [9781445675503]

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The county of Buckinghamshire holds many delights, from the rolling Chiltern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, to the meandering routes of the Great Ouse and River Thames, and breathtaking views from the surrounding hills. Buckinghamshire is also blessed with some of the finest gardens in England and there is history and heritage aplenty, from Bletchley Park to the Roald Dahl Museum, as well as many wonderful historic houses that tell fascinating tales of Buckinghamshire's varied past. 50 Gems of Buckinghamshire is overflowing with stunning photographs and interesting facts to draw you closer to the places you already know and love and to tempt you to discover new gems of your own.
AUTHOR: Eddie was born in Dublin and later raised in London. He had his first paranormal experience, aged ten, at his family home in London. This encounter led him down the path of Psychical research and the study of Borley Rectory. He has travelled extensively investigating haunted sites. He has lectured on ghosts and recently appeared on television to discuss the life of psychic investigator, Harry Price. His other interests are church architecture, exploring battlefields, steam railways and playing guitar in a rock band. In 1983 he wrote the theme music to the film, Expresso Slasho . His is a photographer and has shot pictures for a number of books and periodicals on the paranormal and local history. He is married and lives with his wife and daughter in Buckinghamshire.
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9781445675503
ISBN13:
9781445675503
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Author:
Eddie Brazil
Publisher:
Amberley Publishing
Publication:
15-Oct-2018
Format:
Paperback
Pages:
96
Weight:
301 Grams