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The Buildings of England, Shropshire

A Pevsner architectural guide (2011, revised ed, second printing)

Author

John Newman, and Nikolaus Pevsner, with contributions from Gavin Watson, Michael Watson and Roger White

Publisher

Yale University Press, New Haven and London, 2011
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Printing Details

First edition thus, second printing. Hardback in dustwrapper. 22.5 × 12cm, xviii + 787pp

This fully-illustrated guide to Shropshire treats each city, town, and village in a detailed gazetteer and includes a variety of helpful maps, plans, and indexes along with an illustrated glossary. The book is an invaluable reference work on the appealing and unspoiled county of Shropshire, where many historic towns, including Shrewsbury and Ludlow, are especially plentiful in Georgian and timber-framed buildings. Shropshire boasts the Cistercian abbey of Buildwas and many important country houses, including the 13th-century fortified mansions at Acton Burnell and Stokesay; John Nash's Italianate villa at Cronkhill; and Norman Shaw's splendid Late Victorian mansion at Adcote. Shropshire is also home to numerous prehistoric hill-forts and the Roman town at Wroxeter as well as Coalbrookdale's spectacular bridge, the first in the world to be built of iron. The unspoiled county of Shropshire is among the most appealing in England for lovers of architecture. Illustrated with maps and photographs.

Condition

A very good copy with some light edgewear to the wrapper and one small mark to the pages' top edge. Contents in very good order.

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