page 1
page 2
page 3
page 4
page 5
page 6
page 7
page 8
page 9
page 10
page 11
page 12
page 13
page 14
page 15
page 16
page 17
page 18
page 19
page 20
page 21
page 22
page 23
page 24
page 25
page 26
page 27
page 28
page 29
page 30
page 31
page 32
page 33
page 34
page 35
page 36
page 37
page 38
page 39
page 40
page 41
page 42
page 43
page 44
page 45
page 46
page 47
page 48
page 49
page 50
page 51
page 52
page 53
page 54
page 55
page 56
page 57
page 58
page 59
page 60
page 61
page 62
page 63
page 64
page 65
page 66
page 67
page 68
page 69
page 70
page 71
page 72
page 73
page 74
page 75
page 76
page 77
page 78
page 79
page 80
page 81
page 82
page 83
page 84
page 85
page 86
page 87
page 88
page 89
page 90
page 91
page 92
page 93
page 94
page 95
page 96
page 97
page 98
page 99
page 100
page 101
page 102
page 103
page 104
page 105
page 106
page 107
page 108
page 109
page 110
page 111
page 112
page 113
page 114
page 115
page 116
page 117
page 118
page 119
page 120
page 121
page 122
page 123
page 124
page 125
page 126
page 127
page 128
page 129
page 130
page 131
page 132
page 133
page 134
page 135
page 136
page 137
page 138
page 139
page 140
page 141
page 142
page 143
page 144
page 145
page 146
page 147
page 148
page 149
page 150
page 151
page 152
page 153
page 154
page 155
page 156
page 157
page 158
page 159
page 160
page 161
page 162
page 163
page 164
page 165
page 166
page 167
page 168
page 169
page 170
page 171
page 172
page 173
page 174
page 175
page 176
page 177
page 178
page 179
page 180
page 181
page 182
page 183
page 184
page 185
page 186
page 187
page 188
page 189
page 190
page 191
page 192
page 193
page 194
page 195
page 196
page 197
page 198
page 199
page 200
page 201
page 202
page 203
page 204
page 205
page 206
page 207
page 208
page 209
page 210
page 211
page 212
page 213
page 214
page 215
page 216
page 217
page 218
page 219
page 220
page 221
page 222
page 223
page 224
page 225
page 226
page 227
page 228
page 229
page 230
page 231
page 232
page 233
page 234
page 235
page 236
page 237
page 238
page 239
page 240
page 241
page 242
page 243
page 244
page 245
page 246
page 247
page 248
page 249
page 250
page 251
page 252
page 253
page 254
page 255
page 256
page 257
page 258
page 259
page 260
page 261
page 262
page 263
page 264
page 265
page 266
page 267
page 268
page 269
page 270
page 271
page 272
page 273
page 274
page 275
page 276
page 277
page 278
page 279
page 280
page 281
page 282
page 283
page 284
page 285
page 286
page 287
page 288
page 289
page 290
page 291
page 292
page 293
page 294
page 295
page 296
page 297
page 298
page 299
page 300
page 301
page 302
page 303
page 304
page 305
page 306
page 307
page 308
page 309
page 310
page 311
page 312
page 313
page 314
page 315
page 316
page 317
page 318
page 319
page 320
page 321
page 322
page 323
page 324
page 325
page 326
page 327
page 328
page 329
page 330
page 331
page 332
page 333
page 334
page 335
page 336
page 337
page 338
page 339
page 340
page 341
page 342
page 343
page 344
page 345
page 346
page 347
page 348
page 349
page 350
page 351
page 352
page 353
page 354
page 355
page 356
page 357
page 358
page 359
page 360
page 361
page 362
page 363
page 364
page 365
page 366
page 367
page 368
page 369
page 370
page 371
page 372
page 373
page 374
page 375
page 376
page 377
page 378
page 379
page 380
page 381
page 382
page 383
page 384
page 385
page 386

8:8Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdBritonThree point locking panic bolt with two side Pullmans. Suitable for single doors and first opening leaf of double rebated doors up to 2500mm high and 1300mm wide per leaf.Non-handed. Available with dogging device (hold open) and alarm microswitching. Tested and approved to EN 1125.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished stainless (PSS), polished brass (PB), gold (GLD), colour coated (COL).Set comprising 8.561 and 8.562-V. For use on double rebated doors up to 2500mm high and 1300mm wide per leaf. Tested and approved to EN 1125 (note that a door coordinating device is recommended to ensure the doors close in the correct sequence).Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished stainless (PSS), polished brass (PB), gold (GLD), colour coated (COL).Item No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.562-SPanic bolt with Pullman latches.EN 11253üüItem No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.561/562-VPanic bolt set.EN 11252/1ü

USA & MEXICO : REGIONAL8 Days from £1250 per person twin share Ref: DACODuration: 8 DaysPace: Lively39TPrice per PersonPrice per PersonStarts BostonEnds BostonTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionStarts BostonEnds BostonTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionTriple room reduction£125 Quad room reduction£185 Early Payment Discount12 months£12510 months£94 6 months£632nd Trip Discount SAVE up to £63 p.p.Young Traveller Discount£125All prices are per person, twin share.Air: Please note that airfares are not included in the prices above. Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available to us on the day that you book. See page 19 for details. For Trafalgar's other great savings and extra night accommodation please see pages 18-19 and 214.Bar HarborMAINEMASSACHUSETTSVERMONTNEWHAMPSHIREAtlanticOceanCapeCodMaine CoastWhiteMountainsBerkshireMountainsPinkham NotchBAR HARBORAcadiaNationalParkNORTHCONWAYSPRINGFIELDNormanRockwellMuseumLexingtonandConcordLUDLOWBOSTONWoodstockQuechee11122Green Mountains Overnight staysarrive in the pretty town of North Conway on the edge of the White Mountain National Forest. After dinner, get acquainted with the local flora and fauna during an engaging talk by a local expert. (FB D) Hotel: Red Jacket Mountain View Resort (F) DAY 5 NORTH CONWAY - LUDLOW (2 NIGHTS) B I Traverse the White Mountains today. As you make your way through forests of sugar maple, mountain ash and white birch, keep your eyes open for native black bear, moose, deer and the dozens of species of birds that call this area home. Crossing into Vermont, spot the traditional wooden covered bridges, thick forests and rolling fields of the Green Mountain State. Stop at a historic woolen mill that now houses the Simon Pearce glassblowing workshop. Enjoy a Be My Guest Lunch featuring local ingredients and delicately arranged on Simon Pearce's beautiful stem and flatware. Later, delve into the art and science of glassblowing before continuing to the picturesque village of Ludlow and your mountain retreat. (FB BG D) Hotel: Jackson Gore Inn (F) DAY 6 WOODSTOCK EXCURSION Enjoy a day on the back roads of Vermont. Get a glimpse of agricultural life at the Billings Farm & Museum, a lovely estate that's home to one of Vermont's finest dairy producers. Woodstock has been called "the prettiest small town in America"-savour a leisurely stroll around the beautiful village green, see an old-fashioned covered bridge or check out some of the local art galleries. Continue your journey through rural Vermont with a visit to Plymouth and the childhood home of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States. Enjoy the rest of your afternoon at leisure in Ludlow. (FB) DAY 7 LUDLOW - SPRINGFIELD F From the Green Mountains, cross back into Massachusetts and the gorgeous Berkshires, alight in autumn with the fall colours that have made New England famous. Stop in Stockbridge to visit the Norman Rockwell Museum and learn about this beloved artist and his iconic paintings of small-town Americana. Continue on to Springfield, nestled on the banks of the Connecticut River. This evening, join your Travel Director and newfound friends for a festive Farewell Dinner. (FB FD) Hotel: Sheraton Springfield Monarch Place Hotel (F) DAY 8 SPRINGFIELD - LEXINGTON - CONCORD - DEPART BOSTON Travel east to see the birthplace of the American Revolution and the "shot heard round the world" as made famous in Ralph Waldo Emerson's "Concord Hymn." The battles of Lexington and Concord were the first skirmishes in the American war for independence and these small towns are still rich in history. See the famous statue of the Minute Man, adjacent to Concord's historic North Bridge. Stop at Lexington Green, which saw the first drops of blood spilled in what George Washington laconically called "the dispute with the British." Then it's back to Boston where you are transferred to Boston Logan International Airport or to the hotel if you'd like to extend your stay. (FB) Please do not schedule any flights before 4 p.m.Visit www.TrafalgarTours.co.uk for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.E Welcome Reception F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) M Wine Pairing with Dinner H Wine Tasting I Local SpecialityFB = Full Breakfast CB = Continental Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner Mon17 SepMon24 Sep 1250 430 Sat29 SepSat6 Oct 1250 430 Tue18 SepTue25 Sep 1250 430 Sun30 SepSun7 Oct 1250 430 Wed19 SepWed26 Sep 1250 430 Thu20 SepThu27 Sep 1250 430 Mon1 OctMon8 Oct 1250 430 Fri21 SepFri28 Sep 1250 430 Tue2 OctTue9 Oct 1250 430 Sat22 SepSat29 Sep 1250 430 Wed3 OctWed10 Oct 1250 430 Sun23 SepSun30 Sep 1250 430 Thu4 OctThu11 Oct 1250 430 Mon24 SepMon1 Oct 1250 430 Fri5 OctFri12 Oct 1250 430 Tue25 SepTue2 Oct 1250 430 Sat6 OctSat13 Oct 1250 430 Wed26 SepWed3 Oct 1250 430 Sun7 OctSun14 Oct 1250 430 Thu27 SepThu4 Oct 1250 430 Mon8 OctMon15 Oct 1250 430 Fri28 SepFri5 Oct 1250 430 Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd8:992 SeriesReversible rim panic latch. To suit doors 1220mm wide.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished brass (PB), colour coated (COL).Single vertical panic bolts with two-point locking. To suit doors up to 2440mm high and 1220mm wide.Finishes: silver (SIL), satin stainless (SSS), polished brass (PB), colour coated (COL).Item No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.CT92-01Rim panic latch.EN 11251üüItem No.DescriptionBritishStandardLocking pointsUsable on door typeSingleDoublePlainDoubleRebated8.CT92-03Panic bolt.EN 11252üüü