St Andrews Preservation Trust

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A survey of the work of St Andrews Preservation Trust 1963 ​
The development of St Andrews in the Middle Ages ​ 1970​
Conservation in St Andrews​

Books

St Andrews Shop Fronts 1820 – 1940


By John Frew
An illustrated survey of the historic shop fronts within the Royal Burgh. £3.50


Saving St Andrews



By Elizabeth Williams & John Lindsey
A short history of the St Andrews Preservation Trust from 1938 to the present day. £3.00

Three Decades Of Historical Notes

Compiled by Mary M. Innes & Joan A. Whelan ​ ​ Collection of articles reprinted from the Yearbooks of the Trust 1964-89, giving brief but significant introductions to aspects of current research on St Andrews across such diverse themes as street names, architects, St John’s House, excavations, shopfronts, carved stones and doocots.​ £5.00

A Journey Through The Lade Braes​

By Matthew Jarron & Jennifer Webster ​

A history & guide to the delightful walk down the Lade Braes in St Andrews, long regarded as one of the most beautiful places in Fife.​ £1.00

The Milestones Of Fife

By Elizabeth Williams & John Lindsey

A short history of the St Andrews Preservation Trust from 1938 to the present day. £3.00

St Andrews : Preserving the Image 1937 – 2007

Compiled by Mary M. Innes & Joan A. Whelan ​ ​

Collection of articles reprinted from the Yearbooks of the Trust 1964-89, giving brief but significant introductions to aspects of current research on St Andrews across such diverse themes as street names, architects, St John’s House, excavations, shopfronts, carved stones and doocots.​ £5.00

A Handful Of Ghosts​

By George H. Bushnell ​ ​

Five fictional ghost stories set in and around St Andrews. The author was University Librarian from 1924-61, and wrote these stories to entertain the Students’ Celtic Society during the blackout in the war.​ ​ They were originally ‘told’ or read aloud by candlelight in the traditional way.​ £2.50