This set of eight detailed A3 images depicts work-related scenes from around the UK in the late Victorian and Edwardian periods. Taken from the National Monuments Record, the pictures include maids in service, railway labourers, a blacksmith's shop, the construction of eel traps from willow bark, and various trades at a carriage works.
This set of eight detailed A3 images shows how developments in transport reflected the great social changes in Victorian times. The images include rail, river and road travel from coach and horses to trams, bicycles and the early motor car. The pack also contains links to other resources, along with some fascinating facts.
Using photographs from the National Monuments Record, these photopacks allow you to find out what Victorians wore on the beach, how developments in transport reflected great social changes and much more. The packs include 8 A3 posters and fascinating facts so they are ideal as lesson starters and as an interactive resource for learners.
Looks at the art of cookery in Britain during and immediately after the Second World War. Includes recipes which have been adapted for the modern kitchen, information on food, cooking equipment, kitchen designs and the serving of meals.
An examination of Manchester’s textile warehouses. These warehouses provide the distinctive element of Manchester’s streetscape. The book examines their development, use and adaptation and places them in a social and historical context.
Religious and cultural diversity within Leeds has led to the building of many fine places of worship. This book traces the architectural response to Leeds’ changing faith communities and looks at the history, uses and adaptation of religious buildings.
Stourport’s canal infrastructure has been a defining element in its development. Stourport’s regeneration depends partly on the protection and presentation of its historic environment and this book celebrates the town’s unique qualities and character.