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    Publisher: Luath Press

    Leith

    £8.99
    A history of Leith and the surrounding area as told in photographs. The perfect gift for someone who lives or has lived in the area.
    ISBN: 9781908373656
    AuthorTom Wright
    Pub Date31/10/2014
    BindingPaperback
    Pages192
    Availability: Out of Stock

    The Leith area possesses a highly distinct cultural and social identity, with a contentious history to its relationship with Edinburgh.

    Tom Wright opens the door to Leith's past by exploring its rich heritage through a comprehensive collection of black and white photographs taken over time.
    Accompanied by quirky and insightful text which brings the era to life.

    From the bustling community atmosphere of the Foot of Leith Walk, to the rich naval history of the Shore, it is easy to understand why the people of Leith are so proud of their town and its distinct character.

    The perfect gift for someone who lives or has lived in the area.

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    The Leith area possesses a highly distinct cultural and social identity, with a contentious history to its relationship with Edinburgh.

    Tom Wright opens the door to Leith's past by exploring its rich heritage through a comprehensive collection of black and white photographs taken over time.
    Accompanied by quirky and insightful text which brings the era to life.

    From the bustling community atmosphere of the Foot of Leith Walk, to the rich naval history of the Shore, it is easy to understand why the people of Leith are so proud of their town and its distinct character.

    The perfect gift for someone who lives or has lived in the area.

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