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Level 2 finished - 12 July 2010




Level 2 finished - 12 July 2010





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Level 4 - 17 January 2011




Level 4 - 17 January 2011





Builders finishing off Level 4 in order to handback to the Library









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CARPET MANUFACTURERS AUSTRALIA. CARPET MANUFACTURERS


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Small Barr carpet




Small Barr carpet





<p>MORRIS & COMPANY, London, manufacturer<br>
<em>Britain, 1861–1940</em></p>
<p>William MORRIS, designer<br>
<em>Britain, 1834–1896</em></p>
<h4>Small Barr carpet<br>
<em>c. 1890, Merton Abbey Workshops, London<br>
hand knotted wool pile<br>
280.0 x 280.0 cm<br>
Gift of Philip Speakman 2005<br>
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide</em></h4>











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High Performance Urine-Off Dog Odor/Stain Remover 1Gal


High Performance Urine-Off Dog Odor/Stain Remover 1Gal



Urine-Off Odor & Stain Remover eliminates all types of urine odor and stains...even cat urine! (cat product is a different item) If you own a cat, chances are youve had to struggle with how to clean cat urine odor out of your carpet, other flooring, walls, furniture, and clothing. Dog owners often have similar problems, like pet stains from marking behaviors and difficulty with housebreaking and training new puppies. Anyone who has had to provide home health care for a sick or elderly family member knows how difficult it is to deal with incontinence in the home. Removing human, dog, or cat urine odor can be one of the most difficult cleaning tasks, since these (and other animal urine stains) produce an especially persistent, unpleasant urine odor. Traditional pet odor removal approaches involving soap and strong chemicals have failed time and time again. Urine-Off is your urine odor removal solution! It is guaranteed to remove urine odorcat, dog, human, or other animalfrom wherever it may have gotten, or your money back. Finally, there is a way to eliminate pet stains permanently. Urine-Off is a high-performance, bio-enzymatic product developed specifically to remove cat urine, dog urine, other urine stains and odors. Urine-Off differs from competing products in several key ways: * It eliminates urine odor at the source, permanently; * It is effective at removing urine odors and urine stains on hard and soft surfaces; and * It works not only on fresh urine stains, but on old ones too (even YEARS old!) Finally...Something That Actually Works! Urine-OffTM Removes Urine Stain and Odor...Even Cat Urine...No Matter How Old It Is or How BAD It SMELLS! One Gallon Jug. Containing the equivalent of 7.5 spray bottles of Urine-Off, the gallon size is more economical per ounce and perfect for larger problem areas. Apply using our Urine-Off pump sprayer.










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Boy toy icon - Audi TT 2.0 TFSI




Boy toy icon - Audi TT 2.0 TFSI





The Audi TT in its new avatar dazzles with performance

By Tushal Bhadang

Heading out on the wide and curvaceous highways of Budaiya leading to the F1 circuit, thoughts about the TT of yesteryear flashed by. The first-gen TT was always good looking and that was about it. People bought it knowing it would never break any records. Women loved the old coupe; it was cute-and-cuddly despite bold lines. Audi did give it a face lift a few years back but still, the promise of a pure Sports performance coupe that would not only look startling but also prove itself in the 0-100 kph club, failed to materialize – until now.

The time had come to lay the red carpet for the only family member that missed a dab of the Audi crown jewels, a "goatee"! Yes, the 2008 TT not only adorns the looks but is creating sensations the world over with its longer, wider and newly sculpted presence. It now looks more purposeful without losing its iconic aerodynamic shape, the low bonnet line with wide-spaced xenon headlamps and bullish stance give it a perception of motion even at standstill, it was raring to go.
It shares some of its lineage from the VW Golf GTI, its heart is a turbo charged 2 litre four-potter, producing 200 bhp@ 6000 RPM. Torque starts pumping your adrenalin from as low as 1800 RPM and a peak torque of 280 Nm keeps you bolted to your seat at 5000 RPM. Redlining the rev counter is too easy and a joy with the 6-speed S Tronic tranny with super-slick gearshifts. The electro-mechanical steering wheel is near-perfectly weighted and gives excellent feedback.

In "S" Sports mode the TT keeps the revs in the red, understandable. Being front wheel drive, understeer is present but controllable with a dab of your right foot. The ride quality is comfortable for a sports coupe. Our test car came with adjustable damping control in the suspension. Audi's 'magnetic ride' damping system adjusts the suspension for firm or soft ride (sports mode on/off) via a switch on the centre console. The system comprises of magnetically charged particles suspended in the oil dampers. When electrical current is passed through them, within milliseconds they change the ride quality from firm and sporty to soft and supple.

Audi prides in technology and the latest in Audi Space Frame (ASF) has been incorporated into the TT. 69 percent of the body is built from aluminium alloy and the remaining 30 percent (of steel) has been used in the rear section to distribute weight evenly. To improve down force (as the car is front engined) a retractable spoiler has been cleverly set into the bootlid. It raises itself at 120 kph but can also be manually raised via a button on the centre console, just for kicks. 100kph comes up very very quickly in 6.5 seconds, as it only weighs 1.2 tons.

Inside, our test car came with red leather upholstery (electrically operated seats) and a simpleton dash with layout canted towards the driver. The buttons are tactile and easy to locate in broad daylight, though interior lighting could've been brighter as we had some trouble locating the switches in pitch dark on the all black dash. Milled aluminium twist vents still adorn the on-dash aircon vents. It feels like a race car on the inside with subtle buffed aluminium garnish all around. The steering wheel is adjustable for rake and reach with audio controls for the 6-disc in-dash CD changer. The seating is low (you sit close to 1.5 feet above the road) and despite maintaining four-seater occupancy, the low roofline is only fit for two adults in the front and dwarves/kids at the back that too for only a spin round the block if they're claustrophobic. Wide front glass gives an excellent view of the road ahead, essential when u want to gently nudge that apex.

Large diameter disc brakes all around are present and essential for the formidably quick shot in the arm power surge the TT is capable of. All the safety aids of ASR, EBD and ABS are reassuringly present, as are four airbags. The limited glass area and fast roofline keep the luggage carrying capacity decent, with 288 litres and with the rear seats down increasing to 700 litres.

Last word
The Audi TT inherits a sports car pedigree, taking its practicality and popularity to a higher level. If you have deep pockets, it is possible to spend a little more on a large 3.2 litre V6 250 bhp motor with quattro (all wheel drive) and it also comes in Roadster form if you want the wind in your hair as you cruise down Exhibition Road. The TT logo on the rev counter and fuel gate lid show the attention to detail in design elements of the car. Wide 245/40R18 tyres are superb, but optional and there are many variations that you can choose for the motor, transmission, paint and interiors. The TT is making all the right sounds and moves that promise to intrigue all motoring enthusiasts.


Rating 5 stars

Car Supplied by Behbehani Bros., Kingdom of Bahrain.

5 stars: Dream wheels
4 stars: Recommended
3 stars: On the ball
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About Schmidt




About Schmidt





OF all the dramatic transformations Jack Nicholson has undergone in his 44-year screen career, none is more astonishing than his embodiment of a retired, widowed insurance executive from Omaha in Alexander Payne's film ''About Schmidt.'' Plodding in a weary, stiff-legged shuffle, his shoulders bowed, his features half-frozen into the guarded, sunken expression of someone who has devoted decades of thought to actuarial calculation, his character, Warren Schmidt, is a staid Middle American everyman who finds himself adrift at the precarious age of 66.
Warren may be the least colorful character Mr. Nicholson has ever played on the screen, and the role inspires this great actor's least flamboyant performance. The Mephistophelean eyebrows remain at half-staff, and the ferocious bad-boy grin that has illuminated many of his most famous roles with jagged lightning is stifled.
Instead of flash, what Mr. Nicholson brings to his role is a sorrowful awareness of human complexity whose emotional depth matches anything he has done in the movies before.
''About Schmidt,'' which opens the 40th annual New York Film Festival tonight at Lincoln Center (it is to be released nationally in December), is much more than a character study of a man some might dismiss as bland. The third movie directed by Mr. Payne, who was born in Omaha and set his last film, ''Election,'' in the same territory, ''About Schmidt'' lays out an expansive, impressively even-handed vision of life in contemporary Middle America.
Like ''Election,'' in which a high school political contest became a microcosm of America's hyper-competitive political climate, this film (based on a novel by Louis Begley) reverberates outward in its social implications. The Warren Schmidts of this world and their friends and families, it suggests, constitute a quietly humming, stabilizing collective engine in American society. An out-of-date term that might still be applied to these decent middle-class folk who work hard, respect their neighbors, attend church and obey the law is the Silent Majority.
In ''About Schmidt,'' as in ''Election'' and ''Citizen Ruth'' (the first film this director created with his screenwriting partner, Jim Taylor), the team brilliantly reconciles a double vision of American life. While one eye gazes satirically at the rigid institutions and shopworn rituals that sustain a sense of order and tradition in the heartland, the other views those same institutions with a respectful understanding of their value.
This delicate balancing act echoes those sections of Jonathan Franzen's novel ''The Corrections'' that are set in a fictionalized St. Louis. The inhabitants of this comfortable, slightly shabby world may have their demons like everybody else, but they tend to keep their disappointment and self-pity inside.
Gregarious and trusting of their neighbors, they don't expect too much out of life and remember to count their blessings at the end of the day. The screenplay has a pitch-perfect ear for the kind of Middle American vernacular typified by one character's fervently emphatic observation about another who died: ''She was a fine, fine woman.''
Where ''Election'' was a comedy --along with ''Best in Show'' probably the finest American screen comedy of the last decade -- ''About Schmidt,'' though often funny (a scene in which Warren tries to cope with a waterbed verges on slapstick), leans in a more bittersweet direction.
Peering into the future, Warren, who has spent his whole adult life calculating the life spans of others, contemplates his remaining years with a mixture of resignation, disappointment and impatience. Alone, with more time on his hands than he ever expected to have, he realizes with a mounting desperation that before he dies, he wants to feel he has made more of a difference in the world than he has so far.
What plunges Warren into this existential crisis is the sudden death of his wife, Helen (June Squibb), whom he discovers lying face down on the carpet she was vacuuming, felled by a cerebral hemorrhage. Earlier in the movie Warren has confessed in a voice-over to harboring a growing, secret loathing of this stout, gray-haired woman he has been living with for 42 years. But with Helen gone, he finds himself helpless, unable to cook a meal or keep house. After flailing around for several weeks, he impulsively flees Omaha in the 35-foot Winnebago motor home he and his wife had planned to travel in once he retired.
As Warren barrels along the highway on a circuitous journey that eventually takes him to Denver to attend the wedding of his daughter, Jeannie (Hope Davis), it is impossible not to compare this excursion to the cross-country jaunt Mr. Nicholson made in ''Easy Rider'' 33 years ago. Where the earlier trip carried the actor into the sunrise of a drug-enlightened future, ''About Schmidt'' is a psychic journey into the twilight and the past.
True, the contemporary world the movie shows includes designer drugs, hot tubs a









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How To Say It Performance Reviews: Phrases and Strategies for Painless and Productive Performance Reviews (How to Say It)






A practical, user-friendly guide to the most dreaded of all business tasks.

Written by two top business trainers, this guide reveals the strategies and language skills needed to make the most of performance appraisals-for both the reviewers and the reviewed. It breaks the process into five simple steps and explains what to say with hundreds of winning phrases organized by topic (and hundreds of counterproductive phrases too). Also included is advice on preparing an agenda, body language, and tone of voice-plus true success and horror stories.










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CARPET TILES NJ - CARPET TILES


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"Heavy Turf" Bound Indoor/Outdoor Green Grass Area Rug 6'x8'


"Heavy Turf" Bound Indoor/Outdoor Green Grass Area Rug 6'x8'



"Heavy Turf" Indoor/Outdoor Green Grass Area Rug Size: 6' x 8'. Extra heavy duty artificial turf. 100% UV olefin green grass rug. Easy care and cleaning with bleach and water Made in U.S.A. Machine made. Stain and fade resistant. Portable. Great Price (compare to big boxes)! Great for use under party/event/wedding tents and canopies. Also great for decks, patios, yards, parks, picnics, camping and other outdoor uses! This rug is ideal for: pools decks patios under grills on docks taking with you when traveling in your RV (roll it out at your door when you park) picnics party tents wedding tents event tents camping. The edges of this rug are bound with color matching binding tape.










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IMG 1251




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Forum Diner cashier area adjacent to entryway featuring fine wood; Greek-inspired fluted columns & moldings

PUBLIC APPEAL: The Forum Diner at 211 East State Route 4, has been a landmark in Paramus, NJ since its opening in the 1960's. It was manufactured by the mastermind of diners, Fodero Dining Car Co (Joseph Fodero, who built NYC's legendary Empire Diner), and first operated by the Yannitsadis Brothers, and transported on site.

It was announced that "money was no object," when it came to detailing and superb craftsmanship. The exterior is an outstanding example of the Environmental Style, and features stainless steel, wrap-around windows, groovy gold frame doors, corner entryway with stone & colored mansard roof, & decorative ornamentation gracing the top. The interior is elegant, featuring fine Greek wood fluted columns & moldings and coffered wooden-paneled walls (rare for a diner), wood ornamentation, recessed areas for chandeliers, etched mirrors with regal logos, stone, curtains, accoustic paneling, counter & stools with backrests, kitchen out back, carpeting, terrazzo tiles and wave-patterned terrazzo distinguishing circular wooden booth areas. Pat Fodero, son of Joseph Fodero, came up with the idea of circular booths to seat more patrons per table, and it was first popularized at the Forum Diner. It became the norm to build large to boost business. The interior portrays the Colonial style.

It closed in spring 2007, marking the end of an era. Unfortunately, it was recently vandalized, but most architectural elements are intact, and the minimal damage is reversible.

Preservationist Michael Perlman spared NYC's historic Moondance & Cheyenne Diners via transport, and now the Forum Diner can be yours, thanks to an agreement with the property owner.

THE FORUM DINER MUST BE TRANSPORTED OFF THE PROPERTY ASAP, to spare it from demolition. A Jeep 17 dealership will take its place. We do have a rigger in mind, and the diner's 3 major rooms can be moved in 7 sub-sections including the vestibule. Please contact Michael Perlman at unlockthevault@hotmail.com for specifics ASAP! Save a gem!!!











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End of counter cake display with Greek ribbon (egg & dart) ornamentation on wood

PUBLIC APPEAL: The Forum Diner at 211 East State Route 4, has been a landmark in Paramus, NJ since its opening in the 1960's. It was manufactured by the mastermind of diners, Fodero Dining Car Co (Joseph Fodero, who built NYC's legendary Empire Diner), and first operated by the Yannitsadis Brothers, and transported on site.

It was announced that "money was no object," when it came to detailing and superb craftsmanship. The exterior is an outstanding example of the Environmental Style, and features stainless steel, wrap-around windows, groovy gold frame doors, corner entryway with stone & colored mansard roof, & decorative ornamentation gracing the top. The interior is elegant, featuring fine Greek wood fluted columns & moldings and coffered wooden-paneled walls (rare for a diner), wood ornamentation, recessed areas for chandeliers, etched mirrors with regal logos, stone, curtains, accoustic paneling, counter & stools with backrests, kitchen out back, carpeting, terrazzo tiles and wave-patterned terrazzo distinguishing circular wooden booth areas. Pat Fodero, son of Joseph Fodero, came up with the idea of circular booths to seat more patrons per table, and it was first popularized at the Forum Diner. It became the norm to build large to boost business. The interior portrays the Colonial style.

It closed in spring 2007, marking the end of an era. Unfortunately, it was recently vandalized, but most architectural elements are intact, and the minimal damage is reversible.

Preservationist Michael Perlman spared NYC's historic Moondance & Cheyenne Diners via transport, and now the Forum Diner can be yours, thanks to an agreement with the property owner.

THE FORUM DINER MUST BE TRANSPORTED OFF THE PROPERTY ASAP, to spare it from demolition. A Jeep 17 dealership will take its place. We do have a rigger in mind, and the diner's 3 major rooms can be moved in 7 sub-sections including the vestibule. Please contact Michael Perlman at unlockthevault@hotmail.com for specifics ASAP! Save a gem!!!









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Kenroy Home 90568MB Lincolnshire Twelve-Light Chandelier, Mocha Bliss with Pleated Shades


Kenroy Home 90568MB Lincolnshire Twelve-Light Chandelier, Mocha Bliss with Pleated Shades



"For over 50 years, the Kenroy brand has been synonymous with refined design, quality and value. Kenroy Home design and lighting professionals seek regional and global inspiration, as a prelude to the creation of innovative and custom product ideas that enhance your environment.Look to Kenroy Home for the finest in decor, performance and value. We hope that you'll enjoy reviewing our proven products and latest offerings, and come to share in the belief of our philosophy that's ALL TOGETHER BETTER."

Light up the dining room, living area, or foyer with this classic, elegant twelve-light chandelier. With a wildly scrolling, overall shape that smacks of the fleur-de-lis on Britain's Lincolnshire flag, this chandelier's two-tone Mocha Bliss finish is strong, dark, rustic, and marble-like with almost a texture of its own. Its expansive, flattened, scrolled arms and a scalloped, shell-like bottom bowl and ball, bottom dish, and candle cups and visual interest, while a smooth middle column breaks up the pattern nicely. Vertical lines on the candle cups tie in perfectly with bold pleats that crisscross in the middle of the shades where decorative beads bejewel the look with added sparkle. The light requires 60-watt, medium-base (C) bulbs (not included). Measuring 39 by 34 inches (height by diameter) overall, each shade is 5 inches in diameter. The piece is part of a full Lincolnshire line, offering a classic and elegant look that complements any room. --Brian D. Olson
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Garden mothing #19, 28 May




Garden mothing #19, 28 May





It was my birthday last weekend and I chose to spend it mothing in the garden. This gorgeous Eyed Hawkmoth (Smerinthus ocellata) was a special present - the first I've seen here. Reminds me of a rather sad elephant :-)

Common Swift 2
Riband Wave 1 NFY
Dark-barred Twin-spot Carpet 1
Silver-ground Carpet 9
Garden Carpet 1
Common Carpet 1
Common Marbled Carpet 1
Spruce Carpet 1 NFY
Sandy Carpet 2 NFY
Common Pug 1
Green Pug 2 NFY
Brimstone Moth 1
Peppered Moth 2
Eyed Hawk-moth 1 NFG
Poplar Hawk-moth 1
White Ermine 3
Turnip Moth 1 NFY
Heart & Dart 85 (yes, 85 - and I probably missed a few)
Flame 2
Flame-shoulder 3
Setaceous Hebrew Character 1 NFY
Lychnis 1 NFY
Shoulder-striped Wainscot 3 NFY (first I've had here since 2008)
Miller 1 NFY
Brown Rustic 3
Dark Arches 1 NFY
Light Arches 1 NFY
Clouded-bordered Brindle 1
Large Nutmeg 2
Rustic Shoulder-knot 12
Marbled Minor agg. 21
Middle-barred Minor 1
Treble Lines 24
Mottled Rustic 1 NFY
Straw Dot 3

Micros:
Tinea trinotella 1
Scythropia crataegella 1
Endrosis sarcitrella 2 NFG
Celypha lacunana 3
Epiblema trimaculana 3
Chrysoteuchia culmella 2 NFY
Scoparia ambigualis 1 NFY
Evergestis forficalis 2
Eurrhypara hortulata 1 NFY













Garden mothing 2010 #12, 19 May




Garden mothing 2010 #12, 19 May





Flame Shoulder, Ochropleura plecta.

A better evening's mothing. Warm, cloudy and still - ideal conditions. Quite a few moths came to the trap. The highlight for me was an Oak Hook-tip, but I failed to get a decent photo of it. Same went for a nice fresh Green Carpet. So, this Flame Shoulder will have to do.

Oak Hook-tip 1 (new for garden)
Chinese Character 7 (first of the year)
Green Carpet 1 (first of the year)
Waved Umber 4
Flame-shoulder 1
Garden Carpet 1 (first of the year)
Red Twin-spot Carpet 5
Spectacle 3
Shuttle-shaped Dart 4
Least Black Arches 1 (new for the garden)
V-Pug 1 (first of the year)
more pugs - still to be identified.

Micros:
Evergestis forficalis 1
Pyrausta aurata 1
Eriocrania subpurpurella 1
Alucita hexadactyla 10+
Plus some still to be identified.

Quite a few Cockchafers came to the trap - the first I've seen this year. Big blundering beetles that bombard anything in their path!











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Follies of Lincolnshire (Follies of England)






"An Account of those Architectural Eccentricities commonly known as Follies to be found in the Counties of Lincolnshire."

Headley & Meulenkamp's classic definitive architectural folly guides are now available as completely revised and updated county-by-county ebooks, each one packed with colour images and active links to live location-finding maps.

Follies, towers, arches, grottoes, monuments, arches, obelisks, garden buildings, eyecatchers — exuberant architecture that makes you catch your breath in delight — all these wonderful buildings are enthusiastically described, illustrated with many colour photographs. Tap on a location and a map will show you precisely where the building stands.

Find out the astonishing, crazy, passionate, lunatic and loving stories behind Britain’s most bizarre buildings. This new ebook covers landmarks and hidden treasures in places such as Ashby Puerorum, Aswarby, Boston, Boultham, Branston, Brocklesby, Caistor, Cleethorpes, Coleby, Culverthorpe, Denton, Dunston, Eagle, East Wykeham, Fillingham, Gate Burton, Greatford, Harlaxton, Holbeach, Londonthorpe, Louth, Marston, Saltfleetby St Peter, Skegness, Sleaford, Somerby, Spalding, Stoke Rochford, Swinstead, Tealby, Woodhall Spa, Wootton and more.

This is an engaging and amusing interactive guide book to the eccentric, strange, bizarre, odd and obscure architectural curiosities, landmarks and monuments of the county. Heavily illustrated in full colour, with digital online maps to guide you precisely to the location of each building. This is a fully revised and updated chapter from the bestsellers "Follies — A National Trust Guide" (1986), "Follies — A Guide to Rogue Architecture" (1990) and "Follies Grottoes & Garden Buildings" (1999) by the same authors. Enhanced with many brilliant brand new photographs and images from fotoLibra.com photographers.

"An Account of those Architectural Eccentricities commonly known as Follies to be found in the Counties of Lincolnshire."

Headley & Meulenkamp's classic definitive architectural folly guides are now available as completely revised and updated county-by-county ebooks, each one packed with colour images and active links to live location-finding maps.

Follies, towers, arches, grottoes, monuments, arches, obelisks, garden buildings, eyecatchers — exuberant architecture that makes you catch your breath in delight — all these wonderful buildings are enthusiastically described, illustrated with many colour photographs. Tap on a location and a map will show you precisely where the building stands.

Find out the astonishing, crazy, passionate, lunatic and loving stories behind Britain’s most bizarre buildings. This new ebook covers landmarks and hidden treasures in places such as Ashby Puerorum, Aswarby, Boston, Boultham, Branston, Brocklesby, Caistor, Cleethorpes, Coleby, Culverthorpe, Denton, Dunston, Eagle, East Wykeham, Fillingham, Gate Burton, Greatford, Harlaxton, Holbeach, Londonthorpe, Louth, Marston, Saltfleetby St Peter, Skegness, Sleaford, Somerby, Spalding, Stoke Rochford, Swinstead, Tealby, Woodhall Spa, Wootton and more.

This is an engaging and amusing interactive guide book to the eccentric, strange, bizarre, odd and obscure architectural curiosities, landmarks and monuments of the county. Heavily illustrated in full colour, with digital online maps to guide you precisely to the location of each building. This is a fully revised and updated chapter from the bestsellers "Follies — A National Trust Guide" (1986), "Follies — A Guide to Rogue Architecture" (1990) and "Follies Grottoes & Garden Buildings" (1999) by the same authors. Enhanced with many brilliant brand new photographs and images from fotoLibra.com photographers.










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