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By the Banks of the Wharfe, Through Cravenland, Ilkley, to Kettlewelldale. Includes Chapter VIII, Wildflowers of Wharfedale, Bolton to Burnsall by J F Pickard by Edmund Bogg; J F Pickard - Paperback - Second Edition - 1923 - from Bailgate Books Ltd and Biblio.com

By the Banks of the Wharfe, Through Cravenland, Ilkley, to Kettlewelldale. Includes Chapter VIII, Wildflowers of Wharfedale, Bolton to Burnsall by J F Pickard

by Edmund Bogg; J F Pickard

Condition: Good Condition/No Dust Jacket


James Miles; Edmund Bogg, Leeds, Leeds, 1923. Second Edition. Softcover. Good Condition/No Dust Jacket. Lightly marked grey covers with rubbed edges, inner binding is stapled which are rusting but holding soundly, clean pages and two crisp clean fold-out maps: "Upper Wharfedale" and "The Washburn". Includes advertisements at the front and rear. Previous owner's name on inside of front cover. Contents are: Ilkley; Ilkley to Bolton Priory; Barden, Burnsall, Appletrewick and Hebden; Skipton, the Gateway to the Upper Dales; The Rail Route to Grassington; Kilnsey, Coniston, The Skirfare, and Kettlewelldale. Wild Flowers of Whargedale. New Illustrations and greatly enlarged. xiv, 412, [3]. Contains colour and black and white illustrations.. No dust jacket, as published. Stamps for Halifax Antiquarian Society and "Withdrawn" stamp on inside front cover, prlims and on occasional pages throughout. Hand-written reference numbers on lower spine and first page. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: under 1 kg. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 50319111019..
  • Bookseller: Bailgate Books Ltd GB (GB)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: 50319111019
  • Title: By the Banks of the Wharfe, Through Cravenland, Ilkley, to Kettlewelldale. Includes Chapter VIII, Wildflowers of Wharfedale, Bolton to Burnsall by J F Pickard
  • Author: Edmund Bogg; J F Pickard
  • Format/binding: Softcover
  • Book condition: Used - Good Condition
  • Jacket condition: No Dust Jacket
  • Quantity available: 1
  • Edition: Second Edition
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: James Miles; Edmund Bogg, Leeds
  • Place: Leeds
  • Date published: 1923
  • Keywords: BZDB4 NOISBN NOISBN, Yorkshire, British History Yorkshire; Geology, geography, mineralogy, environment; England; British History. By the Banks of the Wharfe Through Cravenland Ilkley to Kettlewelldale Includes Chapter VIII Wildflowers of Wharfedale Bolton
  • Bookseller catalogs: British History; Yorkshire; Geology, geography, mineralogy, environment;
  • Subjects: HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain;


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