Norman William Webster’s books. The Great North Road.
The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged.
The Great North Road was the main highway between London and Scotland. It became a coaching route used by mail coaches travelling between London, York and Edinburgh. The modern A1 mainly parallels the route of the Great North Road. Coaching inns, many of which survive, were staging posts providing accommodation, stabling for horses and replacement mounts
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Norman Webster (1974) The Great North Road. Bath, Adams and Dart: 15–16. In his book The Inns and Taverns of Old London published in 1909, shelley said The Angel dates back to before 1665. In the seventeenth century and later, as old pictures testify, the building of the New Road in 1756 bisected the Angel Inn site and the stable buildings were cut off on the southern side.
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Great North Road (Great Britain). The A1 at South Mimms, Hertfordshire, approaching Junction 1 with the M25 and A1(M). The Great North Road was a coaching route used by mail coaches between London, York and Edinburgh. The modern A1 mainly follows the Great North Road. The inns on the road, many of which survive, were staging posts on the coach routes, providing accommodation, stabling for the horses and replacement mounts . Retrieved 7 August 2011. Norman Webster (1974) The Great North Road.
Books by Norman William Webster. Britain's first trunk line;: The Grand Junction Railway. by Norman William Webster. Publisher: Adams & Dart. Norman William Webster.