Monday, 6 March 2017

Ramsgate and Historical Thanet, featured local guide book.

This guide to Thanet was published around 1920, they often try to make it difficult to find the date on these old travel guides and with WW1 covering the 1914 – 18 period and the last date I can find in the guide being 1914, although I didn’t look very carefully, you may need to come into the bookshop and have a bit of a browse of it to be more exact.

The pictures here are pages 40 to 49 of what is an 84 page A4 guide, obviously if you like your guide book to be about 100 years out of date then this is the one for you, so here is the link if you want to buy our reprint of it

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