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Series: English Heritage Members and Visitors Handbook

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English Heritage guide: to over 350 historic buildings and monuments1985 - 2nd ed. 1986
Guide to English Heritage Properties: open to the public 1987/881987-1988
Guide to English Heritage Properties: open to the public 1988/891988-1989
Guide to English Heritage Properties: open to the public 1989/90 by English Heritage1989-1990
Guide to English Heritage Properties: open to the public 1990/91 by English Heritage1990-1991
Guide to English Heritage Properties: Over 350 Places to Visit in 1991 by English Heritage1991
Guide To English Heritage Properties 1992 by Not Stated1992
Guide to English Heritage properties1993
1994 Guide English Heritage Properties by Mark Lawrence1994
The Visitor's Guide to English Heritage: 1995-96 by Christine Newberry1995-1996
English Heritage Visitors Handbook: 1996/97 by Mark Lawrence1996-1997
The English Heritage visitors' handbook, 1997-98 by Sir Jocelyn Stevens1997-1998
English Heritage Visitor's Book by Jeanette Cole1998-1999
The Big History Action Pack (Visitors Handbook) by Stuart Miles1999-2000
The English Heritage Visitor's Handbook: 2000/20012000-2001
English Heritage Visitor's Handbook: 2001/2002 by English Heritage2001-2002
English Heritage Visitors Handbook 2002/20032002-2003
English Heritage 2003 Members' & Visitors' Handbook by Jeanette Cole2003
English Heritage members' visitors' handbook 2005 by English Heritage2005
English Heritage Members' and Visitors' Handbook 2006/72006-2007
Eng Heritage Visitors H/Book 2008-20092008-2009
English Heritage Members' & Visitors' Handbook 2009/10 by English Heritage.2009-2010
2010/11 English Heritage Handbook by English Heritage.2010-2011
English Heritage Members' & Visitors' Handbook 2011/122011-2012
English Heritage 2011/12 handbook: Supplement, Revised winter opening times2011-2012 Supplement
English Heritage Handbook 2012/2013 by English Heritage2012-2013
English Heritage Handbook 2013-14 by English Heritage2013-2014
English Heritage Handbook 2014 /15 by English Heritage.2014-2015
English Heritage handbook 2015/16 by English Heritage.2015-2016
English Heritage Handbook 2016/17 by English Heritage2016-2017
English Heritage Handbook 2017/2018 by Kate Mavor2017-2018
English Heritage Handbook 2018/19 by Kate Mavor2018-2019

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English Heritage was created out of the Directorate of Ancient Monuments and Historic Buildings (DAMHB) of the United Kingdom's Department of the Environment on 1 April 1984.  It published its first list of properties in its care in 1985 it produced a second edition in 1986 with the same ISBN.  From 1987 to 2014 it has produced a new version with a new ISBN.

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