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Redbrick Revolution: The Growth of Wolverton from 1839-1939

£8.99

Bryan Dunleavy and Faye Lloyd

ISBN: 978-1-909054-17-2

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The redbrick town, with neat terraces and streets laid on a grid pattern, was new to rural North Bucks in 1840. 100 years later the railway town of Wolverton, the satellite town of New Bradwell and the Wolverton End of Stony Stratford were largely complete. It was a revolution. This book, extensively illustrated by Faye Lloyd’s drawings, describes that first century of growth.

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Weight 300 g

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