Scunthorpe books and mapsHere is a list of books for Scunthorpe that you may find useful.
If you plan to travel to Scunthorpe you may be interested in some guide books and travel books that will help you plan your stay in Scunthorpe and to find your way around. Click on any book for more information or to buy.
Scunthorpe books: Maps
OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.
Publication: 13 Feb 2006
This atlas of Scunthorpe, Brigg, Gainsborough and Goole contains 40 pages of coloured street mapping. The continuous coverage around Scunthorpe and Brigg extends to include:
Keadby, Broughton, Bottesford, Messingham, Scotter, Scawby and Hibaldstow.
There are separeate coverages each of:
Goole, Gainsborough, Market Rasen, Caistor, Barnetby le Wold, Kirton in Lindsey, Crowle, Belton, Epworth, Westwoodside, Haxey, Burton Upon Stather and Winterton.
Postcode districts and one-way streets are featured on the mapping.
The index section lists streets, selected flats, walkways and places of interest, place, area and station names, hospitals and hospices covered by this atlas.
Publication: 1 Sep 2008
Scunthorpe books: Travel Guides
Perfect for day trips and short breaks, the OS Landranger Map series covers Great Britain with 204 detailed maps. Each map provides all the information you need to get to know your local area and includes places of interest, tourist information, picnic areas and camp sites, plus Rights of Way information for England and Wales.
Publication: 9 Oct 2006
Scunthorpe books: History & Heritage
North Lincolnshire and Humberside is an area with more than its fair share of violent history. Although mainly rural, the region has been notorious in the annals of crime, from the rebellion known as the Pilgrimage of Grace (1536) to the sensational murder cases of the twentieth century. Scunthorpe, created when several villages amalgamated as the iron and steel industry grew in the Victorian period, is the centre of a cluster of places with extreme crime in the locality, from the lawless wastes around the Isle of Axholme in the West, to the port of Barton towards the Humber. Scunthorpe has had its fair share of foul murder, especially when it expanded to cope with an influx of labour for the 'Works' at Normanby and Appleby-Frodingham. In many cases, killings and attacks were 'domestic' as men cracked with stress and alcohol. But the town also had its war-time night-stalker and its sad unsolved killings. The book tells these tales, and many more, from Epworth to Brigg, and from the fields and the mean streets.
Publication: April 30, 2005
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