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Publications of Canterbury Urban Studies Centre (CUSC) and Canterbury Environment Centre (CEC)

 

Between 1977 and 2002 Canterbury Urban Studies Centre and Canterbury Environment Centre published around 30 guides and city trails describing various aspects of Canterbury's past.  Both organisations were based in St Alphege church.

 

Between them they produced 14 titles in the 'Trails' series, and a further 16 titles outside the main series.  All are now out of print and many are difficult (a few impossible) to find through normal second hand sources.  Many contain information that is not readily available in other printed or on line sources.

 

CHAS is scanning a selection of these publications for uploading to the CHAS website as PDFs.  In this way a new generation of readers and researchers can have access to this unique resource.

 

Use the following links to see a full list of these publications, or to download CHAS Scans available so far:

 

For a full list of known CUSC and CEC publications please click here

 

‘na’ indicates no author specified; ‘nd’ indicates publication date not known

 

TRAIL 2 (na) (1996)  Pilgrimage to the cathedral

TRAIL 3 Woodman, Francis (1980)  The Precincts of Canterbury Cathedral

TRAIL 6 Woodman, Francis (1995)  Canterbury America Trail

TRAIL 7 Cohn-Sherbok, Dan (1992)  Jewish Canterbury

TRAIL 8 Fisher, Margaret & Simpson, Caroline (1993)  Christopher Marlowe's Canterbury

TRAIL 9 Bateman, Audrey (2001)  Castle Street, Canterbury

TRAIL 10 Utting, David (1997)  A Medieval Trail of Canterbury

TRAIL 11 (na) (1998)  The Charles Dickens Connection

TRAIL 12 (na) (1998)  Through the Westgate

TRAIL 13 (na) (nd)  An Industrial Trail Through Canterbury

 

Scoffham, Stephen (1983) Canterbury backstreets trail (for children 7 to 11 years)

Scoffham, Stephen (1993)  Houses in Canterbury

 

 

 

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