2 edition of Fenland rivers found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Iris Wedgwood. With 48 drawings by Henry Rushbury.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.F33 W4 1936a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||163 p. :|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||36028752|
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The Magic of Fenland There’s nowhere quite like the Fenland waterways of eastern England. From the Great Ouse and its tributaries in the south of the region, to the Witham Navigable Drains further north, these remote rivers, dykes and channels - many built specifically for drainage purposes - offer unrivalled opportunities for recreation, whether it be navigation, bird-watching.
Fenland Rivers by Iris Wedgwood and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Fen Rivers Way runs for nearly Fenland rivers book miles between the historic settlements of King’s Lynn and Cambridge, tracing the course of rivers that drain slowly across the Fens into the Wash.
View overview map of Fen Rivers Way (PDF download) or view Fen Rivers Way on interactive map. The distinctive fenland landscape has been heavily Fenland rivers book by man. Source: The New York Times Book Review “[Rivers] is a wonderfully cinematic story—but there are no Hollywood Fenland rivers book in Smith’s prose or plot.
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We are offering Fenland rivers book RIVERS, IMPRESSIONS OF THE FEN COUNTIES By Iris Wedgwood, With 48 Drawings By Henry Rushbury; Rich & Cowan, Ltd.
London. This book is hard-bound in gilt-stamped green cloth with a black cloth spine. There is wear to the joints, as well as some rubbing to the corners and Rating: % Fenland rivers book.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wedgwood, Iris. Fenland rivers. New York: Morrow, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Fenland rivers: Impressions of the Fen counties Hardcover – by Iris Wedgwood (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — Fenland rivers book $ Author: Iris Wedgwood. Here's a book that will sell to the market that bought the Scribner series on England and Scotland. Two distinct appeals, to Fenland rivers book traveler who wants to blaze new trails away from hackneyed parts of England; and to anyone who will enjoy the book for the beautiful aquatenes, Fenland rivers book graceful text and the real understanding it gives of that section of England between.
Fenland is a local government district in the Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire, council is based in March, and it covers the neighbouring market towns of Chatteris, Whittlesey and Wisbech; the last is often called the "Capital of the Fens".
The district covers around Fenland rivers book kilometres ( square miles) of mostly agricultural land in the extremely flat tuent country: England. Writing on another page and sharing memories with Eric Edwards & others reminded me of what a huge part of our lives fishing the Fenland Rivers & Drains always was in the past.
When I was Match Secretary of the then March Working Men's Angling Club, I organised the first charity open match on Fenland rivers book Old River Nene through the town in with the. Hello Dear Folks. We appreciate it very much that you decided to visit our website.
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The Fenland rivers book, with Clow in the middle, is coloured green, the rivers and drains blue, a road from Market Deeping to Billingborough yellow, and the numerous villages east and west (East Deeping, Baston, Langtoft, Thurlby, Bourne, Rippingale, Milthorp, Poynton, Quadring, Dunsby, Rigbolt, etc.) are drawn in MS.
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Rivers has been compared to The Road but Im afraid I found none of the artistry of Cormac McCarthys book here. Bit like comparing Jaws 3 with the original. Lots of generic characters (the lead character is sensitive, hes generously attentive to women and animals but he can also be relied upon to win any Gets my vote for the worst ever depiction /5.
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'Francis Pryor brings the magic of the Fens to life in a deeply personal and utterly enthralling way' TONY ROBINSON. 'Pryor feels the land rather than simply knowing it' GUARDIAN. Inland from the Wash, on England's eastern cost, crisscrossed by substantial rivers and punctuated by soaring church spires, are the low-lying, /5(55).
Visiting Graham Swift's Fenland of the mind Perhaps because I've been looking for an excuse to read the book I immersed myself in.
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The Ouse (q.v.) or Great Ouse, the largest of the fenland rivers, seems to have been deflected, at some unknown period, from a former channel connecting via the Old Croft river with the Nene, into the Little Ouse below Littleport; and the courses of the two streams are now linked together by an elaborate network of artificial drains, the.
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The great works of large-scale drainage of the mid-seventeenth century in Fenland that followed, like the Old and New Bedford Rivers and the Denver Sluice, are some of the largest man-made landscape features in England. Fenland led the way in the use of a ‘new’ technology, the windmill.
Fenland Pike is a more than just a book on predator angling. The opening chapters explain the history of the drainage systems that were dug into the fens to drain water away from the land allowing agriculture to thrive as well as minimising flooding in the flattest area of the country.
"Life for Harry means swimming in Pearce Swamp, eating chunks of watermelon with his brother and his dad, surviving schoolyard battles, and racing through butterflies in Cowpers Paddock. In his town there's Linda, who brings him the sweetest-ever orange cake, and Johnny, whose lightning fists draw blood in a blur, and there's a mystery that Harry needs to solve before he 3/5(3).
The Fen Rivers Way. The Fen Rivers Way is a mile walk between Cambridge and Kings Lynn following the Rivers Cam and Great Ouse. The main route mainly follows the rivers' western banks, although there is an eastern alternative available between Cambridge and Ely.
The route is mostly flat, with very little ascent or descent. Page 52 - Around the shores a margin of silty deposit had heen formed, which, though often dry, was liable to submersion upon the slightest rise of the water in the Mere.
Beyond this margin of silt, which varied in breadth from 50 to yards, and was valuable for the excellent reeds it grew, there extended, especially towards the south and west, where the level of the surrounding land 5/5(1).
A history of the fens of south Lincolnshire, being a description of the rivers Witham and Welland and their estuary, and an account of the reclamation, drainage, and enclosure of the fens adjacent thereto Item PreviewPages: THE MIDDLE LEVEL OF THE FENS AND ITS RECLAMATION. The Middle Level of the Fens is, as its name suggests, the middle division of the Bedford Level, which occupies the southern half of the great Fenland, and which includes the Isle of Ely and portions of Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Norfolk, and Lincolnshire, as well as several thousand acres in the north.
For much of the route, the Way follows the well-drained floodbanks of the rivers Cam and Great Ouse. At King's Lynn, there is a ferry link with the Peter Scott Walk (10 miles and on OS mapping but no publication) along the western edge of the Great River Ouse to the Wash and along the sea wall to the outfall of the River Nene.
The river season is now closed, but there are a couple of lakes nearby that are open al;l yer. If you want a commercial, then dents farm fishery at Hilgay is worth a go. Only about 20 minutes away and tickets can be bought on the bank.
You are also very likely to catch. If you fancy a challenge, then the Roswell Pits at Ely are also worth a go.
The Fens, or Fenland(s), are a naturally marshy region in eastern England. Most of the fens were drained several centuries ago.
They are now mostly a flat, damp, low-lying agricultural region. A fen is an individual area of marshland or former marshland. The marsh is (or was) neutral or alkaline water with relatively large quantities of dissolved minerals, but few other plant nutrients. Things to do in Fenland.
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