Souththern England books and mapsHere is a list of books for Souththern England that you may find useful.
- Souththern England books:Maps
- Souththern England books:Walking and Tours
- Souththern England books:General Interest
Souththern England books: Maps
Fully updated, this map combines clear design and an easy-to-read scale with more road detail to ensure that you never lose your way. Each map includes information on toll points, service areas, road numbers, motorways, dual carriageways and wide and narrow local roads. National Parks and places of interest are also highlighted.
Publication: 1 July 2013
This A-Z map of Southern England is a full colour regional road atlas featuring 39 pages of continuous road mapping that covers an area extending to:
Isle of Wight
This Southern England Road Atlas is shown at a clear 2.5 miles to 1 inch scale (1.58 km to 1 cm) and includes the following features:
Motorways open with full junction detail, motorways under construction and proposed, service areas, primary routes and destinations, A & B roads, selected minor roads, gradients 1:5 and steeper, tolls, mileages, county boundaries, spot heights and hill shading
Selected safety camera locations with their maximum speed limits
Selected fuel stations
National Park boundaries
Selected places of interest, tourist information centres and golf courses
Also included are 15 city, town, airport or port plans for:
London Heathrow Airport
The index section lists cities, towns, villages, hamlets and locations covered by this atlas.
Publication: 8 Sep 2011
Souththern England books: Walking and Tours
"ATCHISON's Complete Hills of Britain Series" is a comprehensive guidebook series in 10 volumes. Each book divides a region of Britain into 50 separate walking areas, each with a major impressive hill to walk around - or ascend. It illustrates 3 superb walks for each area; a 2hr easy walk, a 3-4 hrs keep fit walk, and a challenging 5-7 hour walk - ascending the major hills for the area."Southern England Vol 1 - 150 Circular Walks" is the first title in the series, and includes walks from the Isle of Wight, all of the South Downs, North Downs, Wiltshire Downs, Chiltern Hills, Cotswolds, Forest of Dean, Clee Hills, Clent Hills, Southern Derbyshire hills, Leicestershire Hills, & Incleborough Hill at Cromer.All of the areas in Southern England have been selected because they have a specific Hill. A double page map is provided for each area showing all the walks, and with written descriptions also. Every walk is a circular tour from an 'easy to park location.' Each area has 3 walks to choose from; a short easy 2 hour pub walk, a 3-4 hour good exercising walk, or a 5-7 hour big challenging walk. (Generally ranging from 5-20 miles). Every area is illustrated with a relief cross section, highlighting the angle of peaks, plus illustrating the pubs too. All of the maps have been specially drawn by the author who has completed every walk, and gives exceptional clarity with modern computer graphics. The book has been exceptionally well illustrated by the author who is a professional photographer, and is highly experienced in capturing the subtle tones of the hills in Southern England.
Publication: 1 Jun 2008
LOST LANES will take you on 36 meandering tours of the most beautiful and hidden destinations in southern England. The book includes: Route overviews, distances and maps Overnight stops, from B&Bs to camping under the stars Best pubs and tea stops Wild swims, breathtaking views and fascinating history How to access each ride by train (no car required!) So take off on a trip past hedgerows and open meadows, along sparkling rivers and wild seashores, and see it all from the best vantage point of all: that humble yet extraordinary transport of delight, the bicycle. MOBILE DEVICES & DOWNLOADS All the routes in this book are supported by downloadable route instructions you can print out take with you, plus a GPX navigation file for your GPS device or smartphone app.
Publication: 15 April 2013
Souththern England books: General Interest
Leading aerial photographer Denny Rowland takes readers on a breathtaking tour above southern England, showing the many important historic and local landmarks which make this beautiful region a favourite with both locals and visitors. The book includes chapters on Kent, Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Dorset.
Publication: May 1, 2005
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