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The Villages of the Lune Valley & Estuary 1841-1845
Researched by Linda Moorhouse
255 pages of A4 - 255,189 words
Crossing the Sands of the treacherous Morecambe Bay is a common feature. Stagecoaches were turned over, horses drowned as well as the occupants and the bodies disappeared for ever.
Read about what really went on in the Villages of the Lune Valley (Arkholme; Arnside; Bare; Bolton-le-Sands; Caton; Claughton; Glasson; Gressingham; Halton; Hest Bank; Heysham; Hornby; Kirkby Lonsdale; Melling; Overton; Poulton; Silverdale; Skerton; Sunderland; Tunstall; and Whittington).
The winners at the Regattas and Agricultural shows as well as the trouble makers..
“Sweet Vale of Lune