The South Downs – paperback


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by The Tramp and published circa 1916 by H. A Walker, General Manager, Southern Railway, Waterloo

Being the story of some wanderings with an eye to their natural features, the beauties of their curves and colourings, their woodlands and flowers, their little villages and quiet towns, their ancient industries and solitary men, their mighty earthworks and quaint churches, their place in song and story, their association with famous men and great deeds, and of the many other things that go to make up their manifold charms, together with practical hints as to the best and easiest ways of reaching the most interesting places, the finest view-points, and of exploring the recesses, from appropriate centres.

84 pages 18 black & white and colour illustrations and plans with a fold-out map of the p-laces described in the book.

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