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Taunton by John Folkes, Claire Bishop


Taunton by John Folkes, Claire Bishop

A collection of more than 200 old postcards which trace some of the many ways in which Taunton has changed and developed. All aspects of everyday life are recorded here, from shops and businesses, churches and schools, to images of work and leisure, day trips and days off.

About the Author

John Folkes wrote Exeter Postcards for Tempus and is a member of the Exeter Postcard Club. Claire Bishop is an avid collector of postcards in and around Taunton. John lives in Exeter and Claire is a Taunton resident.

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Publication date

1st December 2008


John Folkes, Claire Bishop

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The History Press Ltd


128 pages


Local history
Places in old photographs



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