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For the architectural tourist, one of Cheshire's greatest and most characteristic delights is the use of timber. Little Moreton Hall has the most elaborate, fantastical and wholeheartedly vulgar display of black-and-white timbering that England has to offer, while the churches include an array of fine late medieval roofs. Chester, whose famous 'rows' with their upper walkways are unique in medieval Europe, continues the timber-framed tradition in its riotous Victorian buildings but glories also in its Roman past, its ...

Cheshire, 1971, Penguin UK

ISBN-13: 9780140710427

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Cheshire 1971, Yale University Press, New Haven

ISBN-13: 9780300095883

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