Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Suffolk

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  • Here are the details of maps for Brandon

  • Suffolk Sheet 6.16 Brandon 1903 - published 2001; introduction by Robert Malster. ISBN 978-1-84151-303-4

    This map straddles the Suffolk border, and is also Norfolk Sheet 92.16. It covers the town of Brandon in good detail, and features here include High Street, Market Hill, London Road, Thetford Road, Bury Road, Gashouse Drove, old limekilns, fur manufactory, St Peter's church. Town Street, Brandon Hall and Foord House are in the SW corner. The Little Ouse River runs through the map and north of this is the Great Eastern Railway with (in Norfolk) Brandon station. A directory of Brandon in 1896 is included on the back.

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