Yesterday's Warwickshire

A5 size 40 pages social and local history on old picture postcards

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Reflections Postcard BooksStirchley & Cotteridge
John Marks

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Reflections Postcard BooksSelly Oak
John Marks

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Reflections Postcard BooksAston
John Marks

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Reflections Postcard BooksHandsworth
John Marks

The rail and tram systems, local colliery accidents, schools and parks of Handsworth were all well recorded by local photographers and printed in......more
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Reflections Postcard BooksCoventry
Mike Cremin

Coventry as it was before the bombs and incendiaries of 1940's changed the face of the city forever. ISBN 9781900138536...more
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Reflections Postcard BooksBirmingham Hospitals
Mary Harding

A record of hospital buildings, staff and patients as recorded on old picture postcards and photographs. Many hospitals now long gone. ISBN......more
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Reflections Postcard BooksEntertainment in Birmingham
John Marks

Theatres and concert halls were very popular with the leisured classes and fairs and music halls with the working classes before the Cinematograph Act......more
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Reflections Postcard BooksQuinton
Andrew Maxam

A nostalgic look at the development of the agricultural village of Quinton from 1900's. ISBN 9781900138215...more
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Reflections Postcard BooksHarbome
Andrew Maxam

A village with shops, pubs, parks, businesses and buidings recorded on picture postcards as they were inthe early 20th century. ISBN 9781900138093...more
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Reflections Postcard BooksOlton
John Marks

Picture postcards show a rural village which expanded with the coming of the railway and the tramway. ISBN 9780946245741...more
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Reflections Postcard BooksBirmingham Railways
John Marks

The development of the railways of Birmingham helped pave the way for urbanising local villages.ISBN 9780946245734...more
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Reflections Postcard BooksAcocks Green
John Marks

This book provides a slice of pictorial nostalgia as Acocks Green developed in the early 1900's. ISBN 9780946245635...more
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