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Ludlow in 1960 by David Trumper
  

Ludlow in 1960

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Synopsis

Ludlow in 1960 by David Trumper

Ludlow is a fine old town with over 900 years of history. We can still see much of its historic character today in the magnificent castle and church and in the wide variety of architecture of its beautiful buildings. This book looks at the town as it was at the beginning of the 1960s.

About the Author

David Trumper is Shropshire's best-known local historian and is a popular author and speaker. He writes for Shropshire Life magazine and also contributes to the Shropshire Star. This is his ninth book for Sutton Publishing.

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Book Info

Publication date

1st January 1980

Author

David Trumper

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Publisher

The History Press Ltd

Format

Paperback
128 pages

Categories

Local history
Places in old photographs

ISBN

9780750936590

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