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Richmond upon Thames Through Time -

Richmond upon Thames Through Time

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Richmond upon Thames was the first borough to be known as the 'Queen of the Suburbs', before Ealing or Surbiton were known by this sobriquet. With around 100 parks and green spaces, including Kew Gardens and Richmond Park, as well as fine examples of Tudor, Regency, Georgian and Victorian architecture, Richmond remains a desirable place to live, with a long and interesting history. In Richmond upon Thames Through Time, author Paul Howard Lang hopes to show how Richmond, to a great extent, has retained the 'Queen of the Suburbs' title. Telling the story of Richmond and its environs through a selection of beautiful photographs and postcards, he showcases the many changes that have taken place over time, as well as what has remained the same. This is an essential volume for anybody who is familiar with this attractive, historic town.

Product code: 9781445639239

ISBN 9781445639239
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H234xW165xS8
Series Through Time
No. Of Pages 96
Publisher Amberley Publishing
Edition UK ed.
This fascinating selection of photographs traces some of the many ways in which Richmond upon Thames has changed and developed over the last century.