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ENGLAND-BY-THE-SEA: WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE AND THINGS TO DO.  (ENGLAND BY THE SEA.), Gundrey, Elizabeth.  Foreword by Michael Montague.
1 Gundrey, Elizabeth. Foreword by Michael Montague. ENGLAND-BY-THE-SEA: WHERE TO GO, WHAT TO SEE AND THINGS TO DO. (ENGLAND BY THE SEA.)
Severn Huse, London, 1982. 
160 pp, large 8vo (9 5/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0727820168 B&w and colour photographs, reproductions, maps. Contents: Roman forts: invaders and invaded; Castles of the Middle Ages; Tudor and Stuart defences; 19th-century fortificatio ns; Historic buildings: palatial and workaday; Historic ships: great and small; Emigrants and refugees; Smugglers through the centuries; Shipwrecks and marine archaeology; Coastal churches; Museums of maritime interest; Seaside resorts: tradi t i o n a l style; Piers for pleasure; Sailing, marinas and races; Boat-trips; Maritime ceremonies; Sand and shingle beaches to explore; Cliffs and rocks: the dramatic coast; Beachcombing among rocks and pools; Fossils for the finding; Coastal walk s wi th a v ie w ; The coast by bus; Islands accessible from the shore; Birds of beach and cliff; Fish from English waters; Lighthouses: beacons of the the night; Life-saving: coastguards and volunteers; Lifeboats and lifeboatmen; The Navy on view ; Com mer cia l p ort s at work; Fishermen today; A taste of England-by-the-sea; Index. Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, one tiny dint and one slight line indentation on rear board. Dust jacket has wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Line in de ntat ion acro ss r ear pa nel, light rubbing. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
2 Matthews, Carolyn. TRUE STORIES OF RESCUE AND SURVIVAL: CANADA'S UNKNOWN HEROES.
Dundurn, Toronto, 2008, first edition. 
171 pp, square soft cover (8" x 8"). B&w photographs. ISBN 9781550028515 "A crab boat off Newfoundland catches fire, and a dangerous rescue is undertaken by helicopter. A child goes missing in a New Brunswick forest, and a desperate hunt is mounted. A climber tumbles 70 feet down the side of a mountain in British Columbia, and a dangerous long-line rescue is attempted. A commercial helicopter crashes in Nunavut, and a search and rescue team braves a savage snowstorm to save the pilot. (This book) features the above thrilling accounts and many more from across the country, past and present. Its heroes are to be found in the RCMP, city police forces, the Canadian military, and among all the rescue workers and specialists of the C anadian Coast Guard - volunteers, too, risk injury and even death to help others. Sidebars highlight the equipment search and rescue teams use, how search dogs are trained, how long-line rescues work, how navy divers are making a difference in the deserts of Afghanistan, and the meaning of terms such as emergency position-indicating radio beacons, Maydays, datum lines, and much more." Although catalogued as for the younger reader, this book gives an interesting overview of Canadian search and rescue operations for most levels of reader. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - 1" faint scratch on rear cover. Near Fine 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
AIR NAVIGATION.  (AIR NAVIGATION PARTS 1-2)., Wintersteen, H.G.
3 Wintersteen, H.G. AIR NAVIGATION. (AIR NAVIGATION PARTS 1-2).
Scranton, PA International Textbook Company 1943 Hard Cover Very Good 
58 pp + 48 pp (two sections, individually paged), 7 5/8" H. Black simulated leather boards with gold lettering on spine, blindstamped lettering, borders on front board. Marbled endpapers, b&w maps (some fold-out, printed on light blue paper), drawings/diagrams, formulae, tables. Chapter headings - Air Navigation, Part 1: Principles of Air Navigation; Navigation Systems; Terms Used; Latitude and Longitude; Maps and Charts; Civil Airway; Magnetism in Navigation; Magnetic Phenomena; Compasses; Construction of Aircraft Compass; Compass Errors; Compass Compensation. Air Navigation, Part 2: Navigation by Piloting; Example of Piloting; General Rules for Piloting; Navigation by Dead Reckoning; Course Finding; Dead-Reckoning Preparation; Piloting; Dead-Reckoning Practice; Problems with Dead Reckoning; Interception Problem; Use of Computer; Flight Plan. Light browning to pages - mainly in margins, previous owner's name in ink on free front endpaper. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 


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