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1 Forging Ahead: A History of Tooley's Boatyard
Armitage, Matthew Windlass Publishing Limited 2018 0957015186 / 9780957015180 Soft Cover New Book 8vo - over 7 
New soft back. RRP 11.99. Forging Ahead is a fascinating look at Tooley's Historic Boatyard in Banbury. This almost hidden jewel in the north Oxfordshire market town has been a well known feature of the Oxford Canal for the past 240 years. The author, Matthew Armitage, has been the director of the business for the past 16 years. Using archive material as well as his own intimate knowledge of the site, he described the yard's tumultuous and challenging past. With a wealth of illustrations and first-hand accounts of the Tooleys themselves, Forging Ahead will be of great interest to historians and waterways enthusiasts alike. pp. 138. BK0018 
Price: 11.99 GBP

 
3 Man on the Sea (A Ladybird Leader, 737)
Webster, James ; illustrated by Gerald Witcomb and Frank Humphris Ladybird Books Ltd Loughborough 1974 0721403727 / 9780721403724 Hardcover Near Fine No Jacket Book 12mo - over 6 - 7" tall 
Hardback. Matt pictorial boards. Printed ISBN and price of 24p on the back cover. There's a small brown mark on the spine. In excellent, clean and tight condition inside. No previous owner's names, inscriptions or other marks. No handling creases to pages. Man on the Sea is the 6th of 10 titles listed on the back cover. 51pp. 103569 
Price: 4.00 GBP

 
 
2 Jamie and Jock's Present
Denton, John ; illustrated by Stanley Smith Ernest Benn Limited London 1959 First Edition Hardcover Very Good Very Good Book 32mo - over 4 - 5" tall 
Hardback, with dust jacket. Publisher's original blue boards. The top corner of the front endpaper has been clipped. No previous owner's names or inscriptions. The dust jacket has some rubs to the edges and two short tears to the back cover. Delightful story about Jamie, the little boat that puffed between the Western Islands of Scotland and the mainland, and Captain MacMaster, who owned her, and David, who was the only crew he could afford. 63pp. Similar size and format to the Thomas the Tank Engine books. 104090 
Price: 8.00 GBP

     



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