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Table of Contents - September 2009 British Heritage

By British Heritage staff 
Originally published on Published Online: July 08, 2009 
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To the Brig O'Doon
At home with Robert Burns: Scotland's favorite poet and greatest folk hero.
By Chris Sharp

A Day to Visit the English Riviera
Sun, sand and swaying palm trees along the south Devon coast of Tor Bay.
By Dana Huntley

On the Trail of Sherlock Holmes
It's elementary that the sleuth is Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's greatest creation.
By Siân Ellis

Wiltshire's Hidden Vale of Pewsey
Here's a gem indeed, full of country lanes, village pubs and crop circles.
by Jim Hargan

Ghosts of Edinburgh
Every close and corner of Edinburgh hides the haunts of history.
By Jennifer Dorn

The Restoration of Charles II
The Merrie Monarch was the life of the party, and held the country together.
By Siân Ellis

Dateline: Britain

The British Heritage
Top Ten Free Visits in London

Our Sceptered Isle
with Dana Huntley

On the Road
The Great Trio by Train

Around London Town
with Sandra Lawrence

Hands Across the Sea
Afternoon Tea

Beyond the Bookshelf

The Anglo-File

A Commonplace Book

On our cover: BustlingTorquay Harbor provides anchorage now for pleasure craft instead of fishing boats.

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