Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Yorkshire

  • 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 Hornsea:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 197.03 Hornsea 1926 - published 2004; intro by Susan Neave. ISBN.978-1-84151-711-7

    This detailed map covers the small town of Hornsea, a few miles east of Hull. The town lies between Hornsea Mere, part of which is shown on the map, and the sea. A port at Hornsea Beck, just east of the town, was destroyed by coastal erosion in the 16th century, but Hornsea developed as a modest seaside resort with the arrival of the railway in 1864. Our map covers most of the town, and features on the main map include the Old Hall, railway terminus, St Nicholas church, Market Place, The Oval, Grosvenor Gardens, The Hall, Victoria Gardens, Cliff Road. On the reverse we include part of adjacent sheet 197.07, extending coverage south to include Hornsea Bridge and Edenfield; features here include Hornsea Bridge station, part of the Mere, Kirkholme, cemetery, Trinity House Farm.


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