Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book
Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book
Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book
Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book
Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book

Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book

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Vintage paperback relating to the popular National Trail - walking interest - FREE UK P&P
£5.75

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Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (Dalesman, 1968) - vintage local geography book
 
Kenneth Oldham, "The Pennine Way: Britain's Longest Continuous Footpath" (The Dalesman Publishing Company, revised edition 1968; originally published 1960). Paperback, 80pp, measuring approximately 13.5 x 20.2 x 0.5cm (5.3 x 7.95 x 0.2in). A vintage local geography book of interest to walkers, relating to the popular National Trail in northern England and the Scottish border.
 
No dustjacket; the cover is worn with bumped edges; the original owner's name is written on the title page, and the pages are yellowed with slight foxing throughout.
 
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Brand Dalesman
Code 2/196
Condition Used