Old Ordnance Survey Maps Coventry West Warwickshire 1904-1911 S21.11 New Map

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Seller: lobban81 (32,412) 100%, Location: Guildford, Surrey, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 310376285177 Ancestors from Warwickshire find where they lived and worked OLD ORDNANCE SURVEY MAP Coventry West 1904 - 1911 This reprint first published 2006 Reprinted 2010 Description of Map These are the Alan Godfrey maps and have a wide reputation for good quality maps at a fantastic price. This is a brand new black & white folded map The maps are highly detailed black & white folded map. They are taken from the OS 1:2,500 (or 25 inch) maps and reduced to about 15 inches to the mile. Each covers an area of a mile and a half by a mile. They show streets with individual houses, tram tracks, railway tracks and even signals, factories, wharves and such details as fountains and water troughs. This map is a must for the historian, genealogist and anyone interested in local history of Coventry West between the 1901 and the 1911 census period. It shows great detail of streets, houses, churches, schools railway lines, factories, cemeteries etc. Description from Publisher The Coventry West map covers the western part of the city and is taken from the unusual Inland Revenue revision map; these were partially revised to 1911 and this makes it easy to chart the progress of the area between 1904 and 1911. Spon End is central to this map, with coverage stretching from Spon Street and St Osburg's Priory westward to Chapel Fields, Hearsall Common and, at the western edge of the map, Whoberley Hall. Features include Coundon Road station, Rudge Motor & Cycle Works, St Thomas's church. The directory continues on this map, with entries H-P, plus a timetable for the Coventry-Nuneaton railway in 1897. . Details of the other Coventry Map are: The main Coventry map was published several years ago and has proved very popular. An extremely busy map, this covers the centre of the city (much of which, of course, was destroyed in the war). Coverage extends from Queen Victoria Road eastward to Gosford Green and Stoke Knob, and from the station (bottom left corner) northward to Drapers Field and Sackville Street. The many features include St Michael's church, Cattle Market, Maudslay Motor Works, Velox Motor Works, Kitson Works, Cheylesmore Works, Meteor motor cycle works, Triumph cycle works, Challenge Cycle Works, Singer cycle works, Premier cycle works, Coronet motor works, Sparkbrook cycle works, Dunlop works, and many more factories for cycles, motors or related trades. Also the workhouse, football ground, Pool Meadow etc. Street directory entries for Broadgate, Butcher Row, Cross Cheaping, Greyfriars Lane, High Street are also included. The Coventry North map covers an area around Foleshill Road and Stoney Stanton Road,with coverage stretching from Harnall Lane East northward to Great Heath, Paradise and Highfield Street; and from Sandy Lane eastward to Stoke Heath and Barras Heath. Features on this very busy map include the Coventry Canal, tramways and tram depot, mineral railway leading to ordnance factory, Bishopsgate Green, King Field ribbon works, Swanswell Ward, Harnall Ward, Courtauld's Artificial Silk factory, Daimler's Motor Mill, and much more. On the reverse is a section of the 1921 Directory, A-G. . The Coventry South map continues coverage south and is far less built up. The railway runs across the map while the Leamington branch runs south. Features include Whitley Common, Whitley Coal Wharf, engine shed (at Leamington Jct), St James church Stivichall. Directory entries P-Z are also included, plus a directory for the tiny village (population 81) of Stivichall. All our items are despatched by Royal Mail with either Certificate of Posting stamped by the Post Office with the date of despatch or for more expensive purchases with Signed for Delivery. They are despatched in a plastic protective wallet and board envelope, padded envelope and may not go through a small letter box, if you do not expect to be home please make arrangements for receipt of itemIf you purchase through our special offers of postage discount or free postage please wait for invoice that shows the discount has been applied, this has to be applied manually by seller and you may receive an intrim automatic invoice from ebay. Our discount is based your purchasing all items together with one payment.Please provide your full and correct postal address including addressee (named person, name of road company, floor, department etc ) which complies with Royal Mail address and postcode , in particular if you are requesting despatch to work address and ensure that arrangements have been made for receipt of item if you are not available to receive item and if delivered on a Saturday.If you wish to pay by Credit Card payment we do not accept credit card payments direct. If you do not have a paypal account you can sign on as a guest free of charge and pay through paypal with your credit card.. Condition: Brand New in protective wallet, Region: UK, Map Type: Genealogy, Railway, Local History, County: Warwickshire, Original/Reproduction: Antique Reproduction, Antique/ Modern: Modern, Format: Sheet Map, Type: Ordnance Survey Map, Year: 1904, City: Coventry, Date Range: 1904-11, Country/Region: England, Era: 1900s

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