Shrewsbury books and mapsHere is a list of books for Shrewsbury that you may find useful.
If you plan to travel to Shrewsbury you may be interested in some guide books and travel books that will help you plan your stay in Shrewsbury and to find your way around. Click on any book for more information or to buy.
- Shrewsbury books:Maps
- Shrewsbury books:Travel Guides
- Shrewsbury books:History & Heritage
- Shrewsbury books:Art & Culture
Shrewsbury books: Maps
This atlas of Shrewsbury, Telford and Bridgnorth contains 42 pages of coloured street mapping.
The Shrewsbury coverage extends to include:
Harlescott, Monkmoor, Bayston Hill, Radbrook and Shelton.
Also featured is a large scale town centre map of Shrewsbury.
The Telford coverage extends to include:
Newport, Donnington, Oakengates, Priorslee, Shifnal, Stirchley, Madeley, Coalport, Broseley, Ironbridge, Coalbrookdale, Wellington and Admaston.
There is also separate coverage of both Bridgnorth and Much Wenlock.
Postcode districts, one-way streets and safety camera locations with their maximum speed limit are featured on the street 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: 5 Dec 2009
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: November 21, 2005
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: August 19, 2004 [Folded Map] [Paperback]
Shrewsbury books: Travel Guides
Did you know? * Shrewsbury boasts over 600 Listed Buildings * Charles Darwin was born in the town. * Shrewsbury is home to the world's first 'sky scraper' * Shrewsbury Flower Show is the longest running horticultural show in the world Almost completely encircled by the meandering River Severn and nestled in the delightful countryside of the county of Shropshire, Shrewsbury has a rich history dating from the fifth century. From the momentous to the outlandish, this book is packed full of fun facts and trivia about everything to do with Shrewsbury. Much more than a tourist guide, residents too will discover things they never knew about the town. Facts, history, humour; it's all here in this engaging little book.
Publication: 1 Jun 2012
Shrewsbury books: History & Heritage
This collection of over 200 archive pictures, many never seen before published, highlight some of the changes and developments that have taken place in and around the county town of Shrewsbury during the last century. Important events are recalled, including a visit by King George V in 1914, alongside aspects of everyday life, from schools and churches, historic buildings and pubs - to changing modes of transportation, shops and local industry. Life in some of the surrounding villages is also remembered, including Acton Burnell, Dorrington, Longnor, Baschurch and Shawbury. The county town stands at the centre of an area of fertile farmland but its agricultural importance has greatly diminished over the years as the town has developed as an administrative centre and a magnet for shoppers. Accompanied by supporting text, this book is a valuable pictorial history which will reawaken nostalgic memories for some, while offering a unique glimpse of the past for others.
Publication: September 2004
In this concise and readable new history of Shrewsbury, Vivien Bellamy looks at the key trends and events that contributed to the making of the town. She gives a fascinating insight into the forces that shaped the community and recalls the notable men and women who played their parts in the story. She uses over 100 old and new photographs as well as maps, plans and a wide selection of other pictures to illustrate her account. Her book is an essential introduction to the rich, complex and sometimes surprising episodes that are part of Shrewsbury's heritage.
Publication: 1 Oct 2004 [Paperback]
Shrewsbury books: Art & Culture
The Shrewsbury books listed on this page are for your information and to help you find the books you need quickly. We do not endorse any particular books and are not responsible for the advice and information in the books listed.
The price of books, where indicated, was correct at the time the book was added to this page. Prices may have changed on the booksellers web site.