Fully updated for 2007, "Walks Along the Thames Path" is the essential companion for all those wishing to discover the nature and historical riches of one of the world's most famous rivers.In 25 original and circular walks, Ron Emmons offers a wealth of detail on the architecture, culture, history and flora and fuana of the Thames and its environs. Meandering through varied terrain from its source in Gloucestershire through the heart of London to the Thames Barrier, the walks lead to some of England's major attractions, from the Royal town of Windsor and the splendid spires of Oxford to little known villages and picturesque meadows.With walks to suit all interests and abilities, and handsomely illustrated with colour photographs and complete route maps, the book provides practical information on opening times, access and transport as well as nearby places of interest.
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Ron Emmons is an experienced travel writer and photographer, whose articles have appeared in a wide range of international magazines, including Hemispheres (United inflight) and Silver Kris (Singapore inflight). He is the author of the forthcoming Portrait of Thailand (New Holland), and his photographs have featured in other travel books published by New Holland, Times Editions and Didier Millet.
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Book Description New Holland Publishers Ltd, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1847730620