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John Neale - Discovering the River Tamar - 9781848688667 - KAC0000399
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Discovering the River Tamar

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Description for Discovering the River Tamar Paperback. The fascinating story of the River Tamar. Num Pages: 96 pages, 40, maps. BIC Classification: 1DBKEW; WQH. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dimension: 220 x 166 x 14. Weight in Grams: 386. Good clean copy with minor shelf wear
The 50-mile stretch of the River Tamar forms a unique county boundary between the counties of Devon and Cornwall. The Tamar's source is East Youlstone near Bude less than 4 miles from the north Cornish coast. But instead of flowing northward into the Atlantic Ocean it flows slowly south. through reed-fringed mudscapes passing the towns of Launceston, Gunnislake, and Saltash before widening out and eventually meeting the English Channel at Plymouth Sound. In the sound the river merges with the rivers Tavy, Plym and Lynher to form the Tamar Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The river has ... Read more

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Amberley Publishing
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Chalford, United Kingdom
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About John Neale
John Neale is a retired nursing auxiliary. He has lived in Launceston, Cornwall, all his life, and has always been interested in local history. He was elected a Fellow of the Cornish College of Bards in 1988, for studies of local history and services to the Federation of Old Cornwall Societies. John has four previous captioned photo books about the ... Read more

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