By: Christine Jordan
From Roman Times to Victorian Grandeur, Gloucester has a proud and distinctive architectural identity. This extraordinary history is embodied in the buildings that have shaped the city. Gloucester in 50 Buildings explores the history of this rich and vibrant community through a selection of its greatest treasures. from its imposing cathedral to the striking Docklands redevelopment, this unique study celebrates the city’s heritage in a new and accessible way. Well-known local author Christine Jordan guides the reader on a tour of the city’s historic buildings and its more modern architectural delights.
By : Joe McCall
By : David King
By : Darrel Kirby
By : Rebecca Sillence
By: Gofff Sandles
Local historian Geoff Sandles returns with the final book in the series of Gloucestershire pubs Through Time, and takes us on a journey down the River Severn from Tewkesbury to the Vale of Berkely
covering the pubs in the City of Gloucester and its suburbs. From isolated riverside inns to bustling cith pubs this selection of archive images is sure to impress, and will bring back memories of the bygone era and the humble public house.
By : R.Sale
By : Arthur Bullock
By: Stephen Lambe
Gloucestershire is a remarkably varied county.
Cut in two by the river Severn the ancient Forest of Dean, reserved for royal hunting in Saxon times and latterly associaterd with coal mining. In the north lie Gloucestershire’s two biggest settlements, the cathedral city of Gloucester and Georgian Cheltenham with its elegant archicture. In the far north of the county can be found the half-timbered buildings of Tewkesbury.
By : P Moss