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Chatham From Old Photographs

; Sophie Miller

Chatham is an ever-evolving part of the Medway conurbation in South-East England. Best known for its Royal Naval Dockyard, the history of which began in the sixteenth century, the town grew as the yard expanded. Les mer
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Chatham is an ever-evolving part of the Medway conurbation in South-East England. Best known for its Royal Naval Dockyard, the history of which began in the sixteenth century, the town grew as the yard expanded. Chatham survived the closure of the dockyard in 1984 and has been reborn as the central hub of the Medway Towns, with its dockyard now a major tourist attraction.

Using a unique collection of photographs, prints and postcards, Brian Joyce and Sophie Miller explore old Chatham from the boundaries with its neighbours to the High Street shops and the town's suburbs. They take the reader on a journey of discovery through scenes and landscapes, both familiar and forgotten.

Well-researched and informative, Chatham From Old Photographs reveals the area's dramatic changes over the past two centuries as well as providing a fascinating insight into the town's history.

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Brian Joyce was born in Chatham. He holds degrees awarded by the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and Middlesex University. Brian is a retired teacher who researches and writes on all aspects of the history of the Medway Towns and has been a frequent speaker at meetings of local clubs and societies. Brian is the President of the Chatham Historical Society and has sat on various committees concerned with Medway's rich and varied history. He has his own collection of photographs, which he uses for his local books, also drawing on images from the collection of his co-author Sophie Miller. Sophie Miller is a graduate in Education. After leaving London for Kent, she's spent many years researching various aspects of the rich and diverse history of the county. She has a keen interest in the history of the county and can often be found at one of the many talks being given by Brian, who she has co-authored some local history books with.