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A topographical and historical guide to the Isle of Wight

comprising authentic accounts of its antiquities, natural productions, and romantic scenery

by Thomas Brettell

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Published by Leigh in London .
Written in English


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Pagination228 p. maps.
Number of Pages228
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Open LibraryOL24360858M

A contemporary account of the Isle of Wight's numerous railways, from their origins in Victorian times up to the re-grouping of Originally published over 90 years ago this new edition is fully illustrated . A series of 26 well-known views, exhibiting the picturesque beauties, local peculiarities, and general aspect of The Isle of Wight. Drawn from nature and engraved by George Brannon. A new edition, to which is added, an itinerary guide, and a concise Topographical.


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Lava, which flows hot and fluid, from a volcano, and cooling becomes a sheet of solid rock, is an igneous rock. Some igneous rocks solidify under ground under great pressure, and become crystalline rocks such as granite.

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