Bradwell Then & Now - in Colour, by Marion Hill

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Bradwell Then & Now - in Colour, by Marion Hill
Bradwell Then & Now - in Colour, by Marion Hill

Published by The History Press in 2011, 96 pages. Paperback (N6780)

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From the inside front fly leaf: Intersected by an ancient brook, Roman tracks, the eighteenth-century Grand Union Canal, the nineteenth-century London-Birmingham railway and a twentieth-century grid-road system, Bradwell has seen its fair share of change over the years, but its past and present remain inextricably intertwined.

In this vivid full-colour book, Marion Hill’s collection of archive and modern photographs alongside her many fascinating stories chart the history of the town, from Roman settlers, to a disused railway line now threading a modern route as a cycle path. Bradwell Then & Now will surely prove irresistible for anyone who values the unique heritage of this historic place.


The book will delight anyone who has lived or grown up in Bradwell and Milton Keynes, as well as people with a more general interest in the social history of this part of Buckinghamshire and beyond...
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