GWR Publicity: publicity1651
In comparison with the poetic detail in the Rambles in
Shakespeareland and the Cotswolds book, each of the glorious wayside
rambles descriptions had been reduced to the bare minimum. It was intended for
the serious practical walker without the coffee-table sentimentality. They
contained only the basic walk directions with limited detail of the surrounding
countryside and no maps. These walks also made more use of the roads, so
detested by Hugh Page.