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Walks in Limestone Country

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Wainwright's hand-drawn walking guides are perhaps the most distinctive and unusual such guides ever devised. This book focuses on walks in the Whernside, Ingleborough and Penyghent areas of Yorkshire.
Leather Bound, 200 pages
Published January 1st 2008 by Frances Lincoln Ltd (first published July 27th 2003)
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Alfred Wainwright was born in Blackburn, Lancashire to Thomas Wainwright and Elizabeth Nixon.[citation needed] His family was relatively poor, mostly due to his stonemason father's alcoholism. He did very well at school (first in nearly every subject)[1] although he left at the age of 13. While most of his classmates were obliged to find employment in the local mills, Wainwright started work as an ...more
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