Saltash Heritage Publications

 

 

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Aspects of Saltash by Bruce Hunt

A fully illustrated book about Saltash which includes the history of the Saltash Ferry, the building of the Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash Railways, HMS Defiance, Forder and its tramway, St. Barnabas hospital and Wearde camp, the training ship Mount Edgcumbe, history of Saltash Waterside and Tamar Street. The book also includes a history of Fore Street with many photographs of shops from 1890 to 2008. A must for anyone who has an interest in local heritage.

A4 Format    204 pages       370 illustrations    60 pages of colour 

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£19.95

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T.S.Mount Edgucmbe by Bruce Hunt

Training Ship for Homeless and Destitute Boys

 

The Training Ship Mount Edgcumbe lay at anchor off Saltash for over 40 years, just up river from Brunelís Royal Albert Bridge. Although a familiar landmark to the people of Saltash, there was little detailed information about the ship. It is thought that most of the records were retained by the last Superintendent, Captain Harkcom, and destroyed in WW2.

Recent research into the ship by Bruce Hunt has enabled the ships story and its relationship with Saltash to be told for the first time.

 

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£12.95

The Saltash Ferry by Bruce Hunt

The history of the Saltash Ferry from the earliest days to the final ferry in 1961

Fully illustrated with photographs and data on all the Saltash Ferries. New September 2011

A4 with 96 pages packed with information, a snip at £12 . 95

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£12.95

Now out of stock

Saltash - Yesterday and Today by Bruce Hunt

166 pages   A4   over 300 photographs, many in colour  

The Waterside                  A stroll around the streets, beach and waterside area of Saltash in old photographs. See how the area has changed by comparing original photographs with those taken today.  

  About the town                 Fore Street and the surrounding area are continually changing Can you recall what it looked like before the road bridge and tunnel opened?

  Where we live                 What was once the outskirts of Saltash is now part of the town. Many of the houses have changed little in 100 years Ė or have they?

 Around and about           As Saltash expanded new housing was required. Many areas changed to accommodate the expanding and ever busier road network and increasing population. A look how this changed Saltash (or didnít) over the years.

  Forder                             Forder was once a busy industrial area, now it's a picturesque village in a conservation area. The story of Forder is told with help of many of its residents

£21.00

Saltash Exhibition Publications

Pastimes in Past Times by Bruce Hunt

A5 format 48 pages 80 illustrations many in colour

A booklet which explores recreation hobbies and sport in the Saltash area.

 

£4.95

Please Sir by Bruce Hunt

A5 format 76 pages, fully illustrated with many in colour

An illustrated history of  'Education in Saltash' and the surrounding area

 

£5.95

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Fire Beacon to Fibre Optic by Bruce Hunt

A5 - 70 pages - fully illustrated

Charts the history of communications in the Saltash area with sections on all aspects of communications including the first radio transmission over water at Wearde Saltash in 1896

£5.95

Water Water Everywhere by Bruce Hunt

The story of how water moulded the shape and character of Saltash. From the earliest well to the River Tamar

Fully illustrated A4 Format

£4.95

It will be over by Christmas by Bruce Hunt

On 28th July 1914 Great Britain went to war.

Although emphasis is usually concentrated on the land war in Europe, it really was a WORLD WAR affecting most countries and all corners of the globe.

When hostilities ended on the 11th November 1918 it is estimated that there were 16 million dead and 20 million wounded. British dead totalled 995,939 with 1,663,435 wounded.

The war affected everyone; this book looks at Saltash, before, during and after the war.

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Link to WWI trench photographs

£4.95

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Saltash Heritage information booklets

The

Ann

Glanville

Story

The Ann Glanville Story

Ann Glanville was one of Saltash's most colourful residents. This booklet pieces together her achievements from sources of information available at the time. 

 

£1.20

 

Milestones and Boundary Markers by Peter Clements

Saltash Turnpike roads and the town boundary were marked by stones. Almost all these stones are now listed monuments. Peter Clements has mapped out and recorded their location and history in this handy little booklet.

 

£1.60

Saltash Heritage Video's and CD's

Images from the Saltash Collection

 

Produced by Kevin Hale, Saltash Heritage I.T. expert to be shown on the big screen at Saltash Health Centre. The DVD is now available to purchase from Saltash Heritage.

Profit from the DVD are split between Saltash Heritage and Saltash Health Centre

 

 

 

 

£6.00

Images from the Saltash Collection - Volume 2

Volume 2 of our popular DVD

Produced by Kevin Hale, Saltash Heritage I.T. expert to be shown on the big screen at Saltash Health Centre. The DVD is now available to purchase from Saltash Heritage.

Profit from the DVD are split between Saltash Heritage and Saltash Health Centre

£6.00

Images from the Saltash Collection - Volume 3

Volume 3 of our popular DVD

Produced by Kevin Hale, Saltash Heritage I.T. expert to be shown on the big screen at Saltash Health Centre. The DVD is now available to purchase from Saltash Heritage.

Profit from the DVD are split between Saltash Heritage and Saltash Health Centre

£6.00

Saltash Heritage - Special Edition Exclusive Cards and Notelets

Tamara card

A photograph of the Tamara mural painted by David Whittley

On the reverse is the legend of Tamara

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