British Regional Geology. The Grampian Highlands.
Edinburgh: HMSO., 1966 8vo Pict. Card 3rd Edn. Illus. Covers sl. marked & creased. (Book ref. 10081) £7.00
Grampian Region (Part) Structure Plan. Aberdeen Area Review. Report of Survey
Aberdeen: Grampian Regional Council. 1986 Folio Card Covers Spiral Binding.1st Edn.Illus. Maps. Library markings including label & bar code affixed prelims. (Book ref. 25408) £14.00
Grampian Region (Part) Structure Plan Rural Area. Report of Survey.
Aberdeen: Grampian Regional Council. 1986 Folio Card Covers Spiral Binding. 1st Edn.Illus. Maps. 88 pp. Library markings including label & bar code affixed prelims. (Book ref. 25405) £16.00
Aberdeen Area Structure Plan Review.
Aberdeen: Grampian Regional Council. 1988 Folio Card Covers Spiral Binding. 1st Edn.Illus. Maps. 125 pp. Library markings including label & bar code affixed prelims. (Book ref. 25406) £16.00
Grampian Hairst. An Anthology of Northern Prose.
Aberdeen: University Press, 1981 8vo Soft Covers Sl. marking prelims. (Book ref. 9192) £7.00
British Regional Geology.Vol. 1 Scotland: The Northern Highlands; The Grampian Highlands; The Tertiary Volcanic Districts; The Midland Valley; South of Scotland. tland.
Edinburgh: HMSO, 1947/8 8vo Cloth Various Edns. Illus. Fldg.Maps Covers sl. worn; e.p's spotted; sign. f.ep; browning. [5 reports separately paginated & bound together] (Book ref. 36184) £25.00
The Grampian Club Journal. Volume One Number One.
Dundee: The Grampian Club, 1937 8vo Wrappers Illus. 68  pp. Covers foxed & frayed at edges. (Book ref. 24627) £22.00
British Regional Geology: The Grampian Highlands.
HMSO, 1935. Illus. with 10 b.w. plates, and many diagrams. 8vo. paper wraps. Covers worn, inscrs., else contents v.g. (Book ref. 15773) £5.00
History in the Grampian Landscape
R. Callander, 1982. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 0907184057 24.5 x 18.0 cms. P144p. text illustrations and plans. Excellent copy with just slight signs of wear to card covers (Book ref. Q15broyel5509) £6.00
As a Tale That is Told. a Church of Scotland Parish 1913-1954.
Aberdeen.: Aberdeen University Press., 1983. First Edition Paperback. Paperback.. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾". Pictorial covers. Approx. 350 pages. 12 illustrations on 4 B/W plates. VG+ condition, internally clean and unmarked. A record of the ministry of the author's father, the Rev Francis Cantlie Donald, in the Aberdeenshire country parish of Lumphanan. The work gives some idea of the still slowly changing parish life of the period. (Book ref. 000464) £15.00
Hydro-Electric Development (Scotland) Act, 1943. NORTH of SCOTLAND HYDRO-ELECTRIC BOARD Constructional Scheme No.3 Explanatory MEMORANDUM.
Edinburgh: HMSO, 1945. 3pp. 8vo. Paper wrappers. Rebound in card covers. British Parliamentary Paper. Cmd.6691. Neat library mark. A clean copy. (Book ref. 155062) £6.00
Breaking Away, Coleridge in Scotland
New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2002 First edition. Blue cloth quarto, gilt, 165 col and bw ills, bibliography, index Pagination: x, 205. When Samuel Taylor Coleridge set out on a tour of Scotland with his friends William and Dorothy Wordsworth in the summer of 1803, his wits were as sharp as ever but his health, professional career, marriage, and friendship with William and his sister Dorothy were in a deteriorating state. On the fifteenth day of their travels, the Wordsworths and Coleridge parted ways, ostensibly so that Coleridge could return home. Instead he pursued his own Scottish tour, finding pleasure in his solitude, speed (‘263 miles in eight days’) and endurance.<P>This book draws on Coleridge’s letters and notebooks to look at his travels with the Wordsworths from his own point of view and to record and photograph the journey he experienced after he parted from them. Carol Kyros Walker, editor of Dorothy Wordsworth’s own Recollections of a Tour Made in Scotland, now retraces Coleridge’s very different Scottish tour and recounts his adventures there. In a remarkable photographic and literary essay, she argues that Coleridge’s speed, energy, reflections, notes and letters all betray a man of great talent who was breaking away - from the Wordsworths, from his wife, from his life in the Lake District, and from a dry phase of his writing career. Contents: Introduction; Epilogue; Schedule and itinerary; Maps; Photographic retracing of the tour; The travel literature; Scottish notes; Great Hall, Keswick to Gretna Green, Scotland; To Dumfries, following the River Nith to Mennock, across the Lowther Hills through mining country to Crawfordjohn, following the River Clyde to Lanark; Lanark, Falls of the Clyde, and onward toward Glasgow; Glasgow to Loch Lomond; From Arrochar onto separate ways; Crossing at Ballachulish, following the line of the forts north; Routing south from Inverness through the Grampian Highlands to Perth and Edinburgh; Letters of the Scottish tour (To his wife; To Robert Southey; To A Welles; To Thomas Wedgwood); Select bibliography; Index. Book: owner signature, page edges sl yellowed, VG, Jacket: unclipped, light edge creasing, VG (Book ref. 1345) £15.00
A Grampian Diary
Paisley: Alexander Gardner, 1921 First edition. Quarter dark blue cloth over light blue cloth, frontis Pagination: 113 pages +  pages publisher's ads. The author was minister of Logie-Pert, Montrose, and lived in Glenesk. Book: head/tail bumped, gilt dulled, endpapers lightly browned, pages untrimmed, owner signature, VG, Jacket: n/a (Book ref. 186) £23.00
The Old PARISH CHURCHES of SCOTLAND
Malvern, Worcestershire: Folly Publications, 1994 Booklet with pictorial card cover. Size: 210x150mm. 124 pages illustrated throughout with photographs, drawings and plans, with square spine and title on spine. Includes a survey of church history in the area and a gazetteer of churches arranged by county. New, not previously read. Copies posted next day to customers all over the world. ISBN: 1871731178. We currently have available from stock companion titles covering various parts of Wales and England (Book ref. 4432) £7.00
Grampian (Exploring Scotland's Heritage Series).
Edinburgh: Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland, 1986. 1st Edition. Soft Card Cover. Near Fine/No Jacket. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall 0114924538 184pp. 550g. Oblong format pictorial card covers, FINE. Illustrated with b/w and some colour photographs and drawings. (Book ref. 10609) £8.00
British Regional Geology: The Grampian Highlands
London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1948. Second Edition. Buff paper cover. G : in Good condition without dust jacket. 83pp :: 240mm x 150mm (9" x 6") (Book ref. brg19) £6.60
JOHN DONALD PUBLISHERS LTD Published by John Donald Publishers Ltd in 2005. Paperback.. Number of pages: 224. Condition: Good. Used book but in Good Condition for sensible price. Illustrated. With photographs. Corners bumped. Internally good. Shipped from UK. Delivery is usually 2 - 3 working days from order by Royal Mail, International Delivery is by Airmail. (Book ref. 8747371) £5.00
British Regional Geology The Grampian Highlands
3rd 1978 Edinburgh. 0118801554 roy 8vo.,maps,illustrated,107 pp.,insc.,very good in dec paper (Book ref. 2763) £5.00
Aberdeen Planning Information Handbook
London: Pyramid Press, 1974. Decorated Paper. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall maps, illus., pages 56 (Book ref. 13379) £6.00
"British Regional Geology: The Grampian Highlands"
"His Majesty's Stationery Office Edinburgh 1935" "Rebound.Hardback, ex-library, with usual stamps and markings, in good all round condition. Ships within 24 hours., 450grams, ISBN:" (Book ref. 1387522) £30.00