One Inch Sheet 200 Vale of Evesham & Stratford 1892 - published 2000; introduction Robert Bearman
This Inch to the Mile map covers part of south Warwickshire, including Stratford-on-Avon, and Worcestershire around Evesham, but one of its fascinating features is the complex pattern of county boundaries, with detached portions of both Warwickshire and Worcestershire to confuse us, along with a northern spur of Gloucestershire. I hope that I have listed the villages correctly below; doubtless purchasers of the map will advise me of any errors! Other towns include Alcester and, in the bottom margin, Chipping Camden, evidence that we are in the north Cotswolds here. The ancient Icknield Street runs through the map, as does the River Avon, and railways include the East & West Jct and the Barnet Green, Evesham & Alvechurch branch. On the reverse we include an extract from Warwickshire Sheet 43.13, showing the little village of Salford Priors in detail, with its own directory.
Evesham Vale of and Stratford 1892 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition
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