Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Kent

  • 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 Faversham & Ospringe:

  • Kent Sheet 34.09 Faversham (SW) & Ospringe 1906 - published 2004; intro by Arthur Percival. ISBN.978-1-84151-631-8
  • Kent Sheet 34.10 Faversham (SE) 1906 - published 2005; intro by Arthur Percival. ISBN.978-1-84151-734-6

    We have published 2 maps for Faversham. These link up with each other to provide good coverage of the town, especially its southern side. Further maps may be issued in due course.

    The map for Faversham SW covers the west of the town, an area stretching from Saxon Road and Gaslocke Street westward to Syndale House, Syndale Bottom, Judds Hill and the site of a Roman Camp, Durolevum. Ospringe is in the centre of the map, with St Peter & St Paul's church, Queen Court, Corn Mill, Ospringe House. Faversham Workhouse is at the top of the map. The railway passes through the map and other features include Perry Court, Chart Mills, King's Mills. Thgere is a directory for Ospringe on the reverse, together with the private residents listed for Faversham, and information about Faversham Union.

    The Faversham SE map covers the area from Roman Road and North Lane eastward to the edge of town, and beyond it to Honeyhole. St Mary's church is at the top of the map. Features include the station, engine shed, cemetery, Preston Street, Court Street, West Street, East Street, cattle market, part of Faversham Creek railway branch, Stone Street, Whitstable Road. Further south is the area known as Preston Within, with windmill, Watling Street, Preston Lea, Macknade, St Catherine's church. On the reverse we include a directory for Preston plus directory introduction for Faversham.

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