• Birmingham (Saltley) 1902 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

Warwickshire Sheet 14.02 Birmingham (Saltley) 1902 - published 2003; introduction by John Gough

This detailed map covers the NE area of Birmingham that includes much of Nechells, Saltley and Washwood Heath. Coverage stretches from Bloomsbury Street eastward to Washwood Heath, and from Aston Church Road southward to St Saviour's church and Couchman Road. A major feature is the Saltley Railway Carriage & Wagon Works, which dominates the centre of the map.

Other features include Midland Railway with engine sheds, Saltley station, carriage works; Saltley Gas Works, City Gas Works, Birmingham & Warwick Jct Canal, River Rea, New Charford Works, LNWR Aston & Stechford Line, St Mark's church, St Saviour's church, LNWR Grand Junction line with Vauxhall station and carriage shed, St Joseph's RC church, Saltley Junction, St Anne's church, Nechells Chemical Works, canal reservoir, many cramped terraces and back-to-backs in Vauxhall area etc. On the reverse we include street directory entries for Alum Road Road, Cato Street, Great Francis Street, Highfield Road, Washwood Heath.

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Birmingham (Saltley) 1902 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

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