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by Keith Reedman

  • ISBN: 0750929936
  • Author: Keith Reedman
  • ePub ver: 1794 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1794 kb
  • Rating: 4.8 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 144
  • Publisher: The History Press (March 18, 2004)
  • Formats: mbr lit lrf lrf
  • Category: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
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Keith Reedman was born in Long Eaton and has lived there all his life-apart from a stint of globetrotting while he served in the Royal Navy

Keith Reedman was born in Long Eaton and has lived there all his life-apart from a stint of globetrotting while he served in the Royal Navy. A keen local historian, he has published articles on the town in several magazines and has had two books published.

Title: Long Eaton Then and Now Binding: Paperback Author: Keith A. Reedman Publisher: The History Press. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 128 pages.

Keith Reedman was born in Long Eaton and has lived there all his life-apart from a stint of globetrotting while he served in the Royal Navy. Country of Publication. History & Military.

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This page is dedicated to some of the old buildings, businesses and other well known Long Eaton landmarks that sadly . Most of the photgraphs below are taken from local historian Keith Reedman's book 'Long Eaton Then & Now'.

This page is dedicated to some of the old buildings, businesses and other well known Long Eaton landmarks that sadly no longer exist, due to modernisation and so called progress in the town. Fortunately this lost heritage can still be found in photographs, and the several books that have been produced about the town over the years. They are of various scenes of Long Eaton taken in the 19th and 20th centuries. Some of the buildings in the photographs have long been demolished.

Long Eaton Mot & Service Centre.

Reedman coached West Adelaide to its first ever premiership in 1908, and then defeated Victorian Football League .

Reedman coached West Adelaide to its first ever premiership in 1908, and then defeated Victorian Football League (VFL) champions Carlton Football Club to become Champions of Australia. Reedman promptly left West Adelaide to return to North Adelaide for one last season as a player, but it was an inauspicious finale, as the red and whites finished second last Honours. Reedman has been selected as a back pocket and change ruckman in South Adelaide's official ‘Greatest Team’.

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Eaton Lodge is located in Long Eaton. The apartment features 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower.

This book provides a fascinating look at the change and development which has affected the town of Long Eaton over the past century or so. In over 200 photographs, old and new, the reader can clearly see how the town has been altered - we see what remains as well as what has been swept away on the tide of change. Featuring the town centre, the outlying villages which have now been absorbed into the town, industry, churches, schools, business and buildings, this book is sure to be of great interest to anyone who knows and loves Long Eaton.
Comments (2)

Mr.mclav
A great look at my husband's home town. Informative.
Jairani
Easton, Then and Now by Mindie Burgoyne

This is the second time that I have taken an illustrated, sightseeing tour through a small colonial town on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. It was as informative and absorbing as my first tour of an Eastern Shore town with Mindie Burgoyne's book, "Snow Hill."

I grew up in Maryland, just north of Washington, D.C. and we always thought of Maryland as being in two parts: where I lived and east of us somewhere was the Eastern Shore.

We never knew much about the Eastern Shore except that we thought that it was old, "behind the times" and on the other side of the Chesapeake Bay. And so it was, in a quiet but elegant sort of way. Now, through Ms. Burgoyne's books, I'm learning more about the Eastern Shore that now rises as a gem of Americana, quite preserved in its simplicity and its modest grandeur.

The authenticity of this book rests upon Ms. Burgoyne's extensive, personal research in the accumulation of archival and cotemporary photographs, plus her research of facts for her editorial comments. In Ms. Burgoyne's hands, these photographs and facts make this book a truly historic document. I would certainly recommend "Easton, Then and Now" to anyone interested in the Eastern Shore of Maryland and to anyone who would like to take a stroll through a historic part of colonial Maryland that has changed "Now," since "Then"...but not that much.

Antonio Granados,
353 Snowball Dive
Levittown, PA 19056

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