Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Devon
These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction.
They are available through our On-line Mapshop
Here are the details of maps for Newton Abbot:
Devon Sheet 109.12 Newton Abbot (North) 1904 - published 2017; intro by Richard Oliver. ISBN.978-1-78721-054-7
Devon Sheet 109.16 Newton Abbot (South) 1904 - published 2017; intro by Richard Oliver. ISBN.978-1-78721-055-4
We have published two maps for Newton Abbott. Both maps are double-sided to provide maximum coverage of the town.
Sheet 109.12 covers the northern part of the town, from Queen Street northward to St Michael's church, Kingsteignton. Features include Knowles Hill,
South Devon Cricket Ground, stretch of Stover Canal, stretch of GWR Moretonhamstead Branch, Newton Abbot Potteries, race course, River Teign and Newton Channel,
Hackney Channel, Hackney Canal, Buckland Barton. On the reverse we include part of adjacent sheet 109.11, covering Newton Bushel and Highweek.
Sheet 109.16 covers the southern part of the town and Wolborough. Features here include railway station, St Paul's church, East Street area, Newton Abbot Union Workhouse,
Forde Park, Ford House, Newton College, Courtenay Park, etc. On the reverse we include part of adjacent sheet 109.15 covering the SW part of the town and Wolborough village.
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