This book uses image picture collection at Lyme Regis Museum to illustrate the dramatic changes in the town and also the continuities. The illustrations are accompanied by Jo Draper's commentary.
Author: Jo Draper
Lyme Regis grew up as a medieval port, and re-invented itself as a seaside resort in the mid-eighteenth century. This book uses image picture collection at Lyme Regis Museum to illustrate the dramatic changes in the town and also the continuities. The illustrations are accompanied by Jo Draper's commentary.
David Ruffle. To the 'four' Ayden, Kieron, Nikiah and Deryn And to the people of
Lyme Regis, past present and future. Preface After fortuitously coming across an
unpublished manuscript detailing a. Dedication.
Author: David Ruffle
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
The year is 1898. Doctor Watson is once more in Lyme Regis to visit the lady in his life, Mrs Beatrice Heidler. A gruesome death with echoes of one of Sherlock Holmes previous cases brings Holmes himself down to Dorset. In the company of an old friend, they encounter an old enemy with vengeance on his mind. A tale of revenge, violent deaths and plum puddings.
( Anonymous 1825 ) The Great Storm of 1824 has remained a subject of
fascination up until the present day . ... There is the rebuilt Cobb at Lyme Regis
and , in the museum the clock which was found amongst the ruins and repaired ,
Author: Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society
List of members in each volume.