Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Hampshire

  • 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 Winchester:

  • Hampshire Sheet 41.13 Winchester 1895 - published 1996; introduction by Pamela Taylor. ISBN 978-0-85054-807-5

    This detailed map covers the cathedral city of Winchester, with coverage stretching from West Fields eastward to Winnall and St Giles Hill. Most of the city centre is included and features include the Cathedral, High Street, North Walls, station, Cheeshill station, Highcliffe, The Soke, St Mary's College, St Swithin's Street, Culvers Close, Infantry Barracks, cemetery, Sleepers Hill, cattle market, brewery, Wharf Mills, Abbey Mill, Oram's Arbour, King Alfred's Place, West Hill, Royal County Hospital, Diocesan Training College, gaol (left blank for security reasons), Fulflood, Workhouse. As in most cathedral cities there were many small parishes and those named here include St Michael, St Peter Cornbrook, St Peter Cheesehill, Chilcomb Within, St John, St Maurice, St Mary Kalendar, St Bartholomew Hyde, St Thomas, Weeke Within. On the reverse we have street directories for High St, Jewry St, North Walls, Southgate St and The Square.


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