List of maps and plans

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Victoria County History

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N.M. Herbert (editor)

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1988

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'List of maps and plans', A History of the County of Gloucester: Volume 4: The City of Gloucester (1988), pp. XIII-XIV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42262 Date accessed: 26 October 2014.


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LIST OF MAPS, PLANS, AND OTHER TEXT FIGURES

Figures 1–3, 16, and 25 were drawn by Philip Moss and figures 4, 8, and 26 by Peter Dening and Janette Walker of the Gloucestershire County Planning Department; original drafts were prepared by N. M. Herbert, A. R. J. Jurřica, and Carolyn Heighway. Figure 21 was drawn by A. P. Baggs and Figure 24 by Patricia A. Tattersfield. Figures 2, 4, 8, and 16 are based on O.S. Maps 1/2,500 (1886 edn.) and Figures 25–6 on O.S. Maps 6" (1880s edn.). For permission to reproduce material in their possession thanks are offered to Gloucester Divisional Library, Gloucestershire Record Office, and Cambridge University Library.

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1 Gloucester: boundaries 1835–1986 facing page 1
2 Gloucester, c. 1000 A.D page 6
3 Gloucester's market area, c. 1400 " 46
4 Gloucester, c. 1500 " 68
5 The city centre, c. 1710. Detail of an engraving by J. Kip, published in Atkyns, Glos. " 106
6 A house in Westgate Street (no. 26). Sketch by F. W. Waller, 1877, published in Trans. B.G.A.S. ii " 120
7 The Island and the quay, c. 1710. Detail of an engraving by J. Kip, published in Atkyns, Glos. " 122
8 Gloucester, 1792 " 134
9 Upper Westgate Street. Detail from elevations of Gloucester's main streets, published in Historical, Pictorial, and Topographical Illustrations of Glos., Som., Wilts., and Mon. [c. 1841] " 160
10 Upper Eastgate Street. As Fig. 9 " 163
11 The Spa and the south side of the city, 1843. Detail of Causton, Map of Glouc. (1843) " 164
12 The London Road and Worcester Street area, 1843. Detail of ibid " 166
13 The upper Bristol Road area, 1921. Detail of O.S. Map 1/2,500, Glos. XXXIII. 2 (1923 edn.) " 184
14 The growth of Gloucester. Details of O.S. Maps 1", sheets 43–4 (1831 edn.), 234 (1892 edn.), 234 (1905 edn.) " 222
15 The outer Barton Street and Tredworth area, 1883. Detail of O.S. Map 1/2,500, Glos. XXXIII. 3 (1886 edn.) " 228
16 Gloucester, 1900 " 232
17 Gloucester castle, c. 1710. Detail of an engraving by J. Kip, published in Atkyns, Glos. " 247
18 The docks, 1901. Detail of O.S. Maps 1/2,500, Glos. XXV. 14; XXXIII. 2 (1902 edn.) " 256
19 Gloucester cathedral: part of the nave and south aisle. Engraving from a drawing by H. Ansted, published in J. Britton, History and Antiquities of the Abbey and Cathedral Church of Glouc. (1829) " 276
20 Gloucester cathedral: part of the choir. As Fig. 19 " 278
21 Gloucester cathedral and the close, 1986 " 280
22 The bishop's palace: the south side. From elevations and plans, 1856, in G.D.R., A 13/10 " 287
23 St. Luke's National school. Elevation from plans by A. W. Maberly, c. 1870, in Glos. Colln. 12855 " 344
24 Arms of the City of Gloucester, granted 1538 and 1652 " 368
25 Longford and Twigworth, c. 1855 " 387
26 The Gloucester area, 1799 " 412
27 Matson church. Elevation from plans by Waller & Son, c. 1893, in Glos. R.O., P 215/CW 3/3 " 447


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