Prestonian author Keith Johnson has released a new book titled ‘Preston Murders and Misdemeanours.’ It is over 30 years since he wrote his first book ‘Chilling True Tales of Old […]6 months ago Preston’s military history explored in new book
From Fulwood Barracks, to Moor Park being an army training camp to the city’s Armed Forces Day each year the connection between Preaton and the military is a strong one. […]2 years ago New book tracks Preston from the swinging 1960s to early 1990s
Mum’s and babies at Top Rank A Preston historian has pieced together a pictorial look at the city’s development from 1960s to the the early 1990s. Keith Johnson’s latest book […]3 years ago Explore Preston’s history with a new kind of A to Z
Frames parade at the Guild in 1952 From cotton barons to clocks there’s all kinds of Preston history in a new book about the city. Preston A-Z is not the […]3 years ago Advertisement Advertisement Preston and its workers, companies and trades explored in new book
Workers lay tarmac in Church Street in 1938 Preston is no stranger to hard graft and it’s explored in this look back at firms and jobs which have come and […]3 years ago Wandering And Wondering – A Preston Magical History Mystery Tour
Local historian Keith Johnson, has published a wonderful little Preston based pocket book in which readers are invited on a tour to discover for themselves the changing face of Preston. Keith writes… “Perhaps, like […]4 years ago Preston author publishes new and exciting book on our city’s historic buildings
For all those who love to read about the history of Preston and especially it’s architecture, you will be in for a real treat. Keith Johnson’s latest superb offering of ‘Preston […]5 years ago New book: The secret historical places of Preston, Lancashire revealed!
There is a history of Preston that is hidden from view, or simply not recognised today amidst the hurly burly of modern life. Keith Johnson’s latest and fascinating book on […]6 years ago Most Discussed