• Birmingham Central 1902-11 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

Warwickshire Sheet 14.05 Central Birmingham 1902-11 - published 1989, revised 2001; introduction by Richard Abbott

This detailed and busy map covers the heart of Birmingham. Coverage stretches from Summer Row eastward to Watery Lane, and from Prospect Row southward to Moseley Street. Market Hall Ward and St Bartholomew's Ward are included. The many features include New Street station, Snow Hill station, Curzon Street Goods station, Moor Street station (left blank - under construction), tramways, General Hospital, Smithfield Market, Midland Railway Goods Depot, St Philip's church, Old Wharf Basin, Town Hall, Central Library, St Mary's church, St Thomas church, Bordesley station, Warwick & Birmingham Canal, Banbury Street Wharf, Deritend, St Martin's church, St Bartholomew's church, Lawley Street Goods station (at edge of map), St Paul's church, many small factories and workshops (eg Looking Glass Manufactory, Carriage Works, Vinegar Brewery etc), streets packed with terraces, back-to-back houses etc. On the reverse we include street directories for Colmore Row and New Street. Note that this map is taken from the interesting Inland Revenue 'Special Edition', basically a 1902 revision with partial revision to 1911.

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Birmingham Central 1902-11 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

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