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Lost ships of the West Country
Bibliography, p158. - Includes index.
|Statement||Martin Langley & Edwina Small.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
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Get this from a library. Lost ships of the West Country: a guide to forgotten craft from Poole to Gloucester.
[Martin Langley; Edwina Small]. Prof ills. 25x A superb unmarked copy, Fine in Near-Fine d/ how the ships whose bones litter the West Country shoreline came to be abandoned and why. The book gives a full description of well over ships, Detail maps and OS references give their location.
Very well illustrated. Seller Inventory #. Lost Ships of the West Country: a Guide to Forgotten Craft from Poole to Gloucester. Martin Langley & Edwina Small Published by Stanford Maritime, Newton Abbot ().
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