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Dead Funny By Jeane Trend-Hill
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Dead Funny by ‘Headstone Hunter’ Jeane Trend-Hill. A lighter look at cemeteries with full colour images of amusing monuments and funny signs from the graveyards of London and Paris -... More > you’ll die laughing!< Less
Silent Cities Volume Twelve By Jeane Trend-Hill
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Silent Cities Volume Twelve brought to you by memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Containing stunning images of interesting and unusual monuments from the cemeteries of London and other parts of... More > the UK and Europe.< Less
The Lost Language of Cemeteries. By Jeane Trend-Hill
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The Lost Language of Cemeteries. A simple alphabetical guide with photo reference depicting the meaning behind gravestone symbols, the ancient language of the dead. Do you know what a rock or lamb... More > mean? What does a broken column signify? Now you can find the answers and understand their stories, plus enjoy unique photography from some of the wonderful Victorian cemeteries.< Less
Silent Cities Volume Six By Jeane Trend-Hill
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Silent Cities Volume Six by renowned memorial photographer Jeane Trend-Hill. Continuing the journey through the cemeteries of London and Paris. Containing 120 stunning colour images featuring angels,... More > crosses and many unusual monuments.< Less
Arthur has left the buildings By Jeane Trend-Hill
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The amazing story of Architect Arthur Beresford Pite and my connection to him. His works, most of which survive today, and years spent teaching and lecturing at The Royal College of Art have shaped... More > the landscape and minds of many. I managed Pite’s Euston Square building for some years and discovered many strange coincidences during that time.< Less
Arthur Has Left The Buildings By Jeane Trend-Hill
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The amazing story of Architect Arthur Beresford Pite (1861 - 1934). His works, most of which survive today, and years spent teaching and lecturing at The Royal College of Art have shaped the... More > landscape and minds of many. I managed Pite’s Euston Square building for some years and discovered many strange coincidences during that time.< Less
Arthur Beresford Pite By Jeane Trend-Hill
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The life and works of British architect Arthur Beresford Pite (1861 - 1934) with photographs.
Arthur Has Left the Buildings By Jeane Trend-Hill
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The amazing story of Architect Arthur Beresford Pite (1861 - 1934). His works, most of which survive today, and years spent teaching and lecturing at The Royal College of Art have shaped the... More > landscape and minds of many. I managed Pite's Euston Square building for some years and discovered many strange coincidences during that time.< Less
Silent Cities Volume Three By Jeane Trend-Hill
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Silent Cities Volume Three, continuing the journey through the cemeteries of London - Kensal Green, Brompton etc as well as Pere Lachaise, Montmarte, Passy, Montparnasse in Paris. Showing a wide... More > selection of different types of memorial, angels and the architecture of eternity.< Less
Trellick Tower By Jeane Trend-Hill
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Photographs and tales from one of London’s most infamous tower blocks, designed by architect Erno Goldfinger. Known as the ‘tower of terror’ in the late 1970s, things have moved on... More > a lot since then. Jeane spent some time living at Trellick to see what life in the tower is really like. She had access to the entire building as well as talking to some of the residents. "I’m not sure exactly when I fell in love with Trellick Tower, it’s always been there, looming in the background, the kind of place you either love or hate. I’ve passed it by many times over the years and always wondered what it would be like to actually live there. Recently I was given the opportunity to do just that. Now I could really get under the (concrete) skin of Trellick Tower and see what it was like from the inside". Jeane Trend-Hill.< Less