Birmingham Ordnance Survey map XIV.5.19
Main Streets – Adderley Street, Alcester Street, Allcock Street, Chapel House Street, Coventry Street, Digbeth, Floodgate Street, Gibb Street, Heath Mill Lane, High Street, Little Ann Street, Lower Trinity Street, Milk Street, Moore's Row, Oxford Street, Penn Street, Rea Street, River Street, Stone Yard, Trent Street, William Street,
Places – Bank, Birmingham Battery & Metal Works, Birmingham Medical Mission, Brass Foundry, Bridge Row, Button Works, Carriage Works, Chemical Works, Corn Mill, Deritend Bridge, Deritend Bridge Works, Deritend Mineral Water Works, Devonshire Works (Custard Powder), Floodgate Street Works (nut & bolt), Free Library, Gibb Street Works (Metal Refining), Great Western Railway Viaduct, Ignis Works (Fender & Fire Iron), Lock Works, Malthouse, Midland Auction Rooms, Monumental Works, Post Office, River Rea, Ship Log & Sounding Machine Works, Smithy, The Arches Iron Plate Galvanizing Works, Thimble Works, Timber Yard, Tube Works, Twists Building, Viaduct Foundry, Weighing Apparatus Manufactory, Working Boys' Home,
Public Houses/Hotels – Bull's Head Hotel, Fruiterers' Arms, Golden Lion Inn, Greyhound Tavern, Horse & Groom, King's Arms, Malt Shove Inn, Model Lodging House, Nag's Head Inn, Old Bull's Head, Old Fighting Cocks, Old Leather Bottle, Old Three Crowns, Red Lion Inn, Spring Gardens, The Green Man Inn, The Old Crown, Woodman Inn,
Churches – Birmingham Medical Mission, St. Basil's Mission Church, St. John's Church, Welsh Chapel (Wes. Meth.),
Schools – Chapel House Street School, Penn Street Industrial School (boys), Working Boys' Home,
Post Code District – Birmingham B5
Birmingham c.1888 street maps - detailed to individual house level
Each map is to a scale of 1:500 (10 feet to 1 mile) which covers an approximate area of about 500 yards by 350 yards. This enables pillar boxes, lamp posts and garden details to be clearly seen. When linked to addresses in censuses, old photographs and other records, you can begin to build a picture of your ancestors surroundings and environment.
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