Plymouth is one of the country’s most historic ports and its many secrets reflect Britain’s back-story over thousands of years.
In this book Stephen Trahair takes us on a guided tour of the modern city, around the Hoe, City Centre, Barbican, Stonehouse, Devonport, Plympton and Plymstock.
With his camera he captures some of the more interesting and lesser-known treasures and features that are all too often hidden in plain sight.
The result is a fascinating overview that will entertain, inform and amuse visitors and locals alike.
“A wonderful contribution, written with love and appreciation of the city’s architecture. A hymn to Plymouth and its history. This book will make you see parts of Plymouth with new eyes.”
Felicity Goodall, writer, broadcaster