List of maps and plans


Victoria County History



W.B. Stephens (Editor)

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'List of maps and plans', A History of the County of Warwick: Volume 7: The City of Birmingham (1964), pp. XIII. URL: Date accessed: 25 November 2014.


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List of map and plans

The first seven maps listed below, and that of rivers, were drawn by G. R. Versey from drafts by K. J. Allison, Celia B. Clarke, C. R. Elrington, and Margaret Tomlinson. The plans of 19th-century housing were drawn by Margaret Tomlinson. All these maps and plans are based on Ordnance Survey maps with the sanction of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office, Crown Copyright reserved. The plan of Bournville is reproduced by permission of the Bournville Village Trust. The plan of Anderton Square was drawn by Margaret Tomlinson from a survey by W. G. Prosser of the National Buildings Record.

Ancient Parish Boundaries facing page 1
Borough and City Boundaries, 1838-1931 page 2
Street Plan, Central Birmingham, c. 1950 " 11
Growth of the Urban Area " 15
Roads leading to Birmingham, c. 1950 " 29
Canals " 36
Railways " 41
Anderton Square " 52
Mid-19th-Century Back-to-Back Houses " 53
Late-19th-Century Tunnel-Back Houses " 54
Bournville in 1898 " 55
Rivers " 254

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