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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 ISBN: 0-9538502-1-8
Salt Works and Salinas ed. Annelise M. Fielding (2004)
Lion Salt Works Trust Research Report No.2 ISBN: 0-9538502-2-6
Salt Tellers: ed. Andrew P. Fielding(2005)
Lion Salt Works Trust Research Report No.3 ISBN: 0-9538502-3-4
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 ISBN: 0-7478-0648-9
See also on-line articles:
On-line newsletter of Ecosal-UK Saltcote
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
Thomas Masters Hardy - Air Mechanic 1st Class Facsimiles of his Notebooks. £
Wave Action on Our Coast - a facsimile of WM Hardy's book. In preparation.
All prices plus postage and packing direct from Blurb.
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|Verdin Technical School|
|Thomas Masters Hardy|
|Replica Ingoldmells Salt Pans|
|Lion Salt Works|
|Salt Making Demonstrations|
|Re-creating a Tudor Warship|
|Mary Rose, Portsmouth|