Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Hampshire

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  • Hampshire Sheet 21.09 Aldershot 1909 - published 2003; introduction by Tony Painter. ISBN 978-1-84151-423-9

    This detailed map covers much of the major garrison town of Aldershot. Coverage stretches from Greenham's Hill eastward to Redan Hill and Waterloo Road, and from Albuhera Barracks southward to Cargate and Church Lane. Features on this busy map include the station, Victoria Road, Grosvenor Road, Wellington Avenue, Alexandra Road, Municipal Gardens, Waterloo Barracks, Talavera Barracks, Salamanca Barracks, Wellington Lines, East and West Cavalry Barracks, West End, All Saints church, South Cavalry Barracks, Parade Ground, Badajos Barracks, Barrosa Barracks, Corunna Barracks, Maida Barracks, McGrigor Barracks, Cambridge Hospital, Louise Margaret Hospital, Mandora Barracks. Extracts from the 1899 Directory include Private residents and staff and officers at Aldershot Camp.


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