Theakstone's Scarborough Guide. 1871.

By S W Theakston

Printed: 1871

Publisher: S W Theakston. Scarborough

Edition: 10th edition

Dimensions 11 × 17 × 2 cm

Language: English

Size (cminches): 11 x 17 x 2

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Brown cloth binding with gilt title on the spine. Embossed gatehouse image on the front board.

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 10th Edition

Folding map, six plates, wood engravings in the text. Publisher’s cloth, embossed and gilt. A very good copy.

Theakston’s Guide to Scarborough : comprising a brief sketch of the antiquities, natural productions, and romantic scenery, of the town and neighbourhood.

Theakston’s Guide to Scarborough is a book originally written by Solomon Wilkinson in 1854. The book provides a comprehensive overview of the town of Scarborough, including its history, natural attractions, and scenic beauty. It contains a brief sketch of the town’s antiquities, natural productions, and romantic scenery, as well as information about the surrounding neighborhood. The book is a valuable resource for anyone interested in the history and culture of Scarborough, and provides a fascinating glimpse into the town’s past. With detailed descriptions and beautiful illustrations, Theakston’s Guide to Scarborough is a must-read for anyone planning a visit to this charming seaside town.

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