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Shire Books may be purchased on line from Shire Books web site - Shirebooks
This has been out of print but is now available as a print on demand book with a new cover that shows the recently restored Lion Salt Works.
Signed copies direct from us with the original cover design. See our Shop page.
A Guide to the Lion Salt Works, Marston
Andrew and Annelise Fielding (2000)
Lion Salt Works Trust
Open Pan Salt Making in Cheshire: a Memoir by Tom Lightfoot. Ed. Annelise M. Fielding (2000)
Lion Salt Works Trust Research Report No.1
Salt Works and Salinas ed. Annelise M. Fielding (2004)
Lion Salt Works Trust Research Report No.2
Salt Tellers: ed. Andrew P. Fielding(2005)
Lion Salt Works Trust Research Report No.3
Underwych: (2007) ed. Andrew P. Fielding and Robert Meadows. Lion Salt Works Trust Research Report No.4
The Salt Industry (2005) Andrew and Annelise Fielding. Shire Publications
See also on-line articles:
On-line newsletter of Ecosal-UK
Brine in Britannia (2005) ed. Mike Nevell and Andrew Fielding
CBA Northwest. Now available as a pdf download.
A&A Fielding Blurb Books
We have started publishing our own books as print on demand through Blurb.
Titles published :-
The Wreck of the Haswell with a Glosary of Terms by William D Wilson. £13.00
JH Cooke - 'a very worthy gentleman'. £7.00
Thomas Birtles' Photographic Survey of Northwich 1891-1892. £18.00
William Masters Hardy - Master Builder and Antiquarian. Soft £18.00 : Hard £44.00
All prices plus postage and packing direct from Blurb.
The William Masters Hardy book is currently being reformatted to be published as a fixed format ibook for ipad.
Titles in preparation:-
The Timber Framed Buildings of Northwich.
Top right: Making salt for the Ermine Street Guard.
|George St Chapel, Oldham|
|Verdin Technical School|
|Thomas Masters Hardy|
|Replica Ingoldmells Salt Pans|
|Lion Salt Works|
|Salt Making Demonstrations|
|Re-creating a Tudor Warship|
|Mary Rose, Portsmouth|