Worcestershire Sheet 33.08 Worcester (SE) 1902 - published 1996; introduction by John Boynton
This detailed map covers the SE quarter of Worcester, with coverage stretching from High Street eastward to Nunnery Farm, and from Tallow Hill southward to Redhill Cross.
A major feature of the map is the Cathedral and a good part of the city centre is shown, in detail. Other features include Worcester & Birmingham Canal, south part of Shrub Hill station and railway approaches, MR engine shed, Wyld's Lane Junction, Deanery, Guildhall, Worcester Vinegar Works, Workhouse, Spring Hill area, Green Hill area, Royal Porcelain Works, St Peter's church, Cottage Homes, St Catherine's Hill, Battenhall Mount, Red Hill, Perry Wood, sauce manufactory etc. On the reverse we include a selection of street directory entries, incl College Green/Precincts/Street/Yard, The Cross, Friar Street, High Street, New Street, Shambles, Sidbury, Wyld's Lane.
Worcester (SE) 1902 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition
- Brand: Alan Godfrey Maps
- Product Code: Wo33.08
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