“Another excellent volume in the series published by Amberley.
“The knockout features of the series, and this volume is a great example, are: a wide variety of buildings selected for social, historical and architectural significance; great photographs – at least one for every building; good narrative about the buildings and, in this case, the town of Swindon itself.
The Swindon 50 fall into two groups. There are 36 that you can explore by walking and 14 outliers which require you to use a car. Both groups, mine not the author’s, are fascinating. Some highlights: the major buildings of the Railway Village conservation area, the Hunter building, Rudi’s Bar, Drove Road villas, Villett’s House, Richard Jefferies Museum and the Spectrum building. But there are many more”.
5* Amazon Review