The Coast of England and Wales in Pictures by Steers

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published in under title: A picture book of the whole coast of England & Wales. Description: ix, pages illustrations, maps 29 cm. OCLC Number: Notes: Previous ed. published as 'A picture book of the whole coast of England and Wales', Description: pages, illustrations, 29 cm.

Title: A Picture Book of the Whole Coast of England and Wales: An Account of Variety in Scenery and its Causes, illustrated by modern photographs Author: J A Steers; introductory essay by F Fraser Darling Publisher: Cambridge UP 1st 36pp plates maps Condition: Good+ in badly worn dw.

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