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What's in a Name?: Origins of Station Names on the London Underground

Harris,Cyril Michael
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What's in a Street Name?

Ellis, Anthony Badsey-
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Whitehall Palace: The Official Illustrated History

Thurley, Simon
The complete history of Whitehall Palace, the official seat of the English monarchy for almost 160 years, and part of Merrell's highly popular series of official illustrated histories of the royal palaces of London.
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Brooks A , Pevsner N
A comprehensive guide to the buildings of Worcestershire: the fine Gothic cathedral of Worcester, the splendid remains of the abbeys and priories at Pershore, Evesham, and Malvern, and the many parish churches with their rich inheritance of Norman work.
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Yorkshire West Riding: Leeds, Bradford and the North

Pevsner N & Leach P
The West Riding of Yorkshire was the largest of England's historic counties. This title covers the northern half of the territory from the outskirts of York to the edge of the Lake District.
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Yorkshire West Riding: Sheffield and the South

Pevsner: Harman R
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The City and the King: Architecture and Politics in Restoration London

Stevenson C
The City of London is a jurisdiction whose relationship with the English monarchy has sometimes been turbulent. This book explores how architecture was used to renew and redefine a relationship essential to both parties in the wake of two momentous events: the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, and the Great Fire six years later.
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The City of Westminster: A Celebration of People and Places

Rosenbaum A
One million people come into Westminster every day. It's the largest employment centre in the UK and boasts the largest number of listed buildings of any Borough in the land. This book's main intent is to offer a snapshot of the variety and diversity of living, working or just visiting Westminster, reflecting all its range and complexity.
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