Bristol A Portrait 1970-82

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Stephen Dowle first started taking photographs using a pre-war Coronet Cub given to him by his father. He spent the 1970s and the early 1980s documenting his home city and the lives of the inhabitants who resided there. The photographs in this book are atmospheric and evocative, revealing poignant scenes that have changed significantly over the following years.

With over 140 unique images, each accompanied by Stephen's informative, often wry, descriptions, Bristol: A Portrait 1970–82 is a significant work that documents the recent past, capturing the city during a period of great change and bringing it to life again. A nostalgic read for Bristolians and a historical account for others, this book is a must-have for residents of this great city.

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Amberley Publishing
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