Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Essex

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  • Here are the details of maps for Wivenhoe:

  • Essex Sheet 37.02 Wivenhoe 1896 - published 2004; intro by Harry Carmichael. ISBN.978-1-84151-732-2

    This detailed map covers the riverside town of Wivenhoe, just south of Colchester. The map includes most of the small, compact town, including its railway station, St Mary's church, Wivenhoe Hall, shipbuilding yards, Station Hotel, wharf. Across the River Colne are gravel pits and Fingringhoe Quay. To the north is Wivenhoe Mill and cemetery. A directory of Wivenhoe is included, plus a railway timetable for the local lines in 1915.

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