The north-east of Scotland is one of the least known areas of the country but has an architectural heritage as rich as the Highlands and Angus with which it shares its borders. This volume intends to illuminate its buildings and covers not only the historic districts of Formartine, Buchan and Banff in Aberdeenshire but also the whole of Moray.
This volume provides a survey of this region of Scotland stretching from the Atlantic islands and sea-lochs of Argyll to the softer landscape of Bute and the banks of the Clyde. The gazetteer introduces readers and visitors to a range of buildings.
This title is a comprehensive architectural guide to Bath, England's finest Georgian city. Full of new discoveries and lively descriptions of the city's notable buildings, the book features specially taken colour illustrations throughout and numerous easy-to-use walking maps.
Bedfordshire is one of the smallest English counties but encompasses a great variety in landscape and architecture. Its major monument is Woburn Abbey, one of the finest Georgian country houses in England. This edition contains separate introductions, gazetteers and photographs for Bedfordshire and Huntingdonshire and Peterborough.
Berkshire's houses range from intriguing early timber-framed dwellings to the splendors of Windsor Castle, at once England's greatest fortress and finest royal palace, through Georgian, Victorian and Arts-&-Crafts mansions of exceptional diversity and richness. This title offers a guide that follows Berkshire's historic boundaries.