Old Ordnance Survey Maps of the London Borough of Bexley
These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction.
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Here are the details of maps for Bexleyheath:
Kent Sheet 8.04 Bexley Heath 1862 - published 1994; intro by Malcolm Barr-Hamilton. ISBN.978-0-85054-270-7
This early and highly detailed OS map covers what was still called Bexley Heath; the name did not become Bexleyheath until later in the century.
Coverage extends from Crook Log and Upton Lane eastward to Gravel Hill and a little beyond, the principal feature of the map being the many houses in leafy
gardens spread along the Dover Road, which goes west-east across the map. Features include Mill Road with a corn windmill, Warren Farm, church, Essex Place, Markall Lane,
and several pubs on the main road. Beyond this it remains a rural scene. A directory of Bexley Heath is on the reverse.
The map links up with
Kent Sheets 2.16 Bexleyheath North to the north, 9.01 Crayford to the east, 8.08 Bexley to the south.
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