Alan Godfrey Maps Chiswick 1867

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This is a fascinating black and white reprint of an old Ordnance Survey map. On the reverse there are some introductory notes and a place name index.

The maps each cover the same area, Chiswick House and Christ Church (on Turnham Green) eastward to Hammersmith Bridge; and from High Road and King Street southward. However, Please note that the 1935 map (as usual at that period) does not include the area south of the river, which is left blank. Features on the maps include Chiswick House and gardens, Chiswick Cemetery, Chiswick New Town, Devonshire Road, Duke Road, Griffin Brewery, St Nicholas church, West Middlesex Water Works, Royal Horticultural Gardens, Church Wharf, St Peter''s Square, The Creek. A portion of Hammersmith (south of King Street) is in the NE corner. The Thames runs through the map, including Chiswick Eyot. Castlenau and Lonsdale Road are in the SE quarter (except 1935 version). Part of Turnham Green is in the NW corner. A list of private residents in 1890 is included, split between the 1867 and 1893 maps. The 1935 map includes a contemporary street directory for Chiswick High Road, Chiswick Lane and Chiswick Mall.
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PublisherAlan Godfrey Maps
SeriesOld Ordnance Survey Maps
Product TypeFolded Map
ScaleScale 15 inches to 1 mile

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