Both titles contain over 90 archive images juxtaposed with contemporary photographs of the same locations along with informative captions.
Photographer Mark Sunderland, who grew up in Tadcaster, says: “Obviously Tadcaster Through Time was of particular interest to me and it was great to be able to supply some of the archive images as well as new photographs for the book. Over twenty of the archive shots have never been published before and include photographs by my grandfather, my father and a few from the Eighties by myself.”
The North York Moors is one of Britain’s most beautiful and picturesque rural areas. North York Moors Through Time provides an at-a-glance picture of some of the towns and villages here through 200 or so images which, on each page, show particular parts of the Moors at the end of the nineteenth and the early twentieth century and how those same places look today.