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A Building Stones Guide to Central Manchester Four Walks Through the City Centre

Geology Guide
By: Morven Simpson(Author), Fred Broadhurst(Author), Peter del Strother(Author), Jennifer Rhodes(Author)
67 pages, colour photos, b/w maps
A Building Stones Guide to Central Manchester
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This book features four self-guided walks through the city centre of Manchester, showing the geological origins of the building stones used around the city.

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Geology Guide
By: Morven Simpson(Author), Fred Broadhurst(Author), Peter del Strother(Author), Jennifer Rhodes(Author)
67 pages, colour photos, b/w maps
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"[...] The audience for this guide will be based mainly in north-west England. But it will be a useful reference for anyone producing a guidebook to building stones or otherwise. The first edition was a trailblazer, the first of its kind. Now, the third edition has set the standard for future guides. I am sure Fred and Morven would be delighted."
– Stephen K. Donovan, Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden, The Netherlands, Geological Journal, Volume 51 (2016)

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