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 Tonbridge:

  • Kent Sheet 50.12 Tonbridge 1895 - published 2000; intro by Peter Bagshaw. ISBN.978-1-84151-202-0

    This detailed map shows the town of Tonbridge, broadly running north-south in the western half of the map, with countryside stretching eastward as far as the hamlet of Postern Heath. Coverage stretches from Tonbridge School southward to Quarry Hill Road and Pembury Road. Principal features include the castle, a surprisingly dominant feature on the map; the railway station with engine shed and junctions; Great Bridge, Medway Wharf, St Peter & St Paul's church, St Stephens church, Agricultural Hall, Hectorage, Walter's Farm, Tonbridge School, Priory Road, High Street, Hadlow Road. The River Medway meanders across the map and numerous rivulets are seen running into it. On the reverse is an extract from Kelly's Directory of 1905, listing the private residents.

    An index map showing the area covered by the map is available here.

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