Warwickshire Sheet 21.12 Coventry 1905 - published 1996; introduction by Alan Godfrey
The main Coventry map was published several years ago and has proved very popular. An extremely busy map, this covers the centre of the city (much of which, of course, was destroyed in the war). Coverage extends from Queen Victoria Road eastward to Gosford Green and Stoke Knob, and from the station (bottom left corner) northward to Drapers Field and Sackville Street. The many features include St Michael's church, Cattle Market, Maudslay Motor Works, Velox Motor Works, Kitson Works, Cheylesmore Works, Meteor motor cycle works, Triumph cycle works, Challenge Cycle Works, Singer cycle works, Premier cycle works, Coronet motor works, Sparkbrook cycle works, Dunlop works, and many more factories for cycles, motors or related trades. Also the workhouse, football ground, Pool Meadow etc. Street directory entries for Broadgate, Butcher Row, Cross Cheaping, Greyfriars Lane, High Street are also included.
Coventry 1905 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition
- Brand: Alan Godfrey Maps
- Product Code: Wk21.12B
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