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MILLENNIUM PARK JOURNAL By SHERRIE LYNN
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TIME FOR MELLOW DAYS- A fun personal journal and souvenir book for your coffee table. Photography by Sherrie Lynn. A great gift for anyone to enjoy!
Dome and Domer: The Increasingly Stupid Story of the Millennium Dome By Dan Howland
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This is a story of honest mistakes, bad design, hubris, stupidity, greed, corruption -- but above all, it’s a tale of something so monumentally awful that it takes on a sort of soggy grandeur. ... More > It's the story of the Dome, a World’s-Fair-like exposition in London, created to celebrate Britain and the new millennium. It was a disaster from start to finish, and almost everything that happened was funny. Designers of amusement parks and expositions can read "Dome and Domer" as a sort of "How-Not-To" guidebook. Everyone else can just sit back and enjoy reading about something going gradually and completely wrong.< Less
Dome and Domer: The Increasingly Stupid Story of the Millennium Dome By Dan Howland
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This is a story of honest mistakes, bad design, hubris, stupidity, greed, corruption -- but above all, it’s a tale of something so monumentally awful that it takes on a sort of soggy grandeur. ... More > It's the story of the Dome, a World’s-Fair-like exposition in London, created to celebrate Britain and the new millennium. It was a disaster from start to finish, and almost everything that happened was funny. Designers of amusement parks and expositions can read "Dome and Domer" as a sort of "How-Not-To" guidebook. Everyone else can just sit back and enjoy reading about something going gradually and completely wrong.< Less
Dome and Domer: The Increasingly Stupid Story of the Millennium Dome By Dan Howland
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(HARDBACK EDITION) This is a story of honest mistakes, bad design, hubris, stupidity, greed, corruption -- but above all, it’s a tale of something so monumentally awful that it takes on a sort... More > of soggy grandeur. It's the story of the Dome, a World’s-Fair-like exposition in London, created to celebrate Britain and the new millennium. It was a disaster from start to finish, and almost everything that happened was funny. Designers of amusement parks and expositions can read "Dome and Domer" as a sort of "How-Not-To" guidebook. Everyone else can just sit back and enjoy reading about something going gradually and completely wrong.< Less
Where Did It All Go Wrong? Oasis and the Millennium Meltdown 1995-2000 By Nick Amies
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After exploding onto the British music scene only two years previously, Oasis played the biggest free-standing gigs the UK had ever seen over two nights at Knebworth Park in the summer of 1996.... More > Playing to a combined crowd of 250,000 people on what would become the defining weekend of the Britpop era, Oasis made good on their many claims that they were destined to be the biggest band on the planet. What happened next is a rollercoaster ride through the wildest excesses of rock ‘n’ roll; from the highs of mega-stardom, mass adoration and tabloid ubiquity, to the lows of drug psychosis, mindless mayhem and a media backlash. WHERE DID IT ALL GO WRONG? charts Oasis’s journey from the mid-90s euphoria of (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? to the turn-of-the-century comedown of Standing on the Shoulder of Giants; from the all-conquering Knebworth shows through the cocaine blizzard of Be Here Now, the madness and chaos of their 1997 world tour and out the other side.< Less
Worldwide Travels Of a Common Man By jeremy price
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This is an astonishing account of a Global journey of over a million miles through all the World's major Continents over a period of 30 years,illustrated with over 270 color photographs and the... More > history of the last millennium. Beginning behind the Iron Curtain during the Communist Era in Berlin and Poland, the scene moves to the game parks and Copper mines in Africa, to Scandinavia, central and south East Asia, the Middle East, around the Indian ocean and the Exotic Islands such as Hawaii, Seychelles and then the Americas and beyond to over 65 countries. This is more than just a travel guide, focusing on historical events such as the Cold War and the decline of Communism with the downing of the Berlin wall and how it has affected people's lives. The book chronicles the diversity of the World's peoples, culture and scenery to provide the reader with a rich appreciation of the human species, its history, heritage and world geography in over 60 countries, without leaving your armchair.< Less
Roller Coasters! Record Breakers & Fan Favorites By Randy J Dreamer
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Roller Coasters! Record Breakers & Fan Favorites (First Edition); is a curated collection of articles and information all about record breaking and fan favorite roller coasters and thrill rides.... More > Includes a brief history, coaster basics, rankings and tons of other information!< Less
The Enigma Code Breakers By peter dancey
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Much as come to the fore in the new millennium about the vital Code Breakers at Bletchley Park Buckinghamshire and the work carried out to intercept and decode Adr Doenitz instructions to the German... More > U-boats in the North Atlantic during WW II. It is believed this work actually shortened the war by at least 18 months. This author has lived in the area for more then a quarter of century and spent many hours at The Park and spoken to locals about their experiences and wartime work at the establishment.< Less
The Beauty, History and Folklore of Lough Gill By Paul J Allen
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Lough Gill is a large picturesque lough, the last stop for the waters of the Garavogue River before they make their way to the sea at Sligo Bay. The lough (gaelic for lake) is surrounded on all sides... More > by hills and mountains. It has attracted many to eulogize over this unspoilt part of Sligo county, including W.B Yeats who wrote so much of his poetry inspired by this beautiful natural splendour located in a landscape of wooded hillsides, megaliths and mountains, which have changed little over the millenniums. Over this period the region has unsurprisingly enthused local legends as well as factual history. It is these three elements, the beauty, history and folklore of Lough Gill and its surroundings that this book explores and which will fascinate and captivate the reader.< Less
Football Grounds in Britain and Europe - Part 1 By Steve Wilson
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Over the years, I have seen more than a thousand football matches at locations across Britain and Europe, from grounds that were little more than park pitches to some of the world’s best... More > stadia. This volume details my initial visit to the first hundred of these grounds, with background information about the home club in each case. The visits cover the period from the early 1960s to almost the turn of the Millennium, as I have relished being a spectator at the wonderful game.< Less