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Alston Moor, Cumbria: Buildings in a North Pennines Landscape (Informed Conservation) Paperback – 11 Jul 2013
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This is a beautiful book, richly illustrated to English Heritage's usual high standard. As Simon Thurley says in his foreword, 'Alston Moor is a very special place'. It can appear cold, wet and bleak but the superb photographs let the reader glimpse the magical quality of its landscape. -- Angus Winchester * Landscape History, Vol 35, 2014, Issue 1 *
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Lucy Jessop is an Investigator at English Heritage Matthew Whitfield is an Investigator at English Heritage Andrew Davison is Principal Inspector of Ancient Monuments at English Heritage
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26 February 2014
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This was part of my family history investigations and I found this book very well presented and interesting in this respect. Well detailed information on an area which in the mid 1800's would have been a fairly remote and tough place to survive in.