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The Heritage Trees of Britain and Northern Ireland

Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Jon Stikes, Donald Rodger, Archie Miles and Edward Parker
192 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Constable
The Heritage Trees of Britain and Northern Ireland
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  • The Heritage Trees of Britain and Northern Ireland ISBN: 9781841199597 Hardback Oct 2004 Out of Print #149127
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This collection of portraits from around the United Kingdom records 88 individual trees of outstanding cultural and heritage value. All the trees featured are accessible to the public - from the original Bramley to the loneliest tree in Scotland. Each one has been designated a national monument by The Tree Council, as part of its campaign to gain special protection status for heritage trees.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
By: Jon Stikes, Donald Rodger, Archie Miles and Edward Parker
192 pages, Col photos
Publisher: Constable
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