Here are the details of maps for Harborne:
Warwicks Sheet 13.11a Harborne 1901 - published 1989; intro by Terry Slater. ISBN.978-0-85054-233-2 This map
Warwicks Sheet 13.11b Harborne 1914 - published 2017; intro by Barrie Trinder. ISBN.978-1-78721-258-9
Warwicks Sheet 13.11c Harborne 1938 - published 2017; intro by Alan Godfrey. ISBN.978-1-78721-044-8
We have published three versions of this map, showing how the area changed across the years. They cover the Harborne area of south Birmingham, including a small portion of Edgbaston. Coverage stretches from Beech Lane eastward to York Street and St John's church, and from Woodbourne Road southward to Greenfield Road. Though we have used the Warwickshire sheet number, the map also covers Staffordshire sheet 72.11 and Worcestershire sheet 5.11.
Features include Lordswood House, Oaklands, Queen's Park, Tally Ho Club Ground, St Joseph's House, Beech Lanes Farm, Chad Valley Works, Harborne railway branch with terminus, part of Westfield Road, Metchley Abbey (in SE corner of map), St John the Baptist's church, High Street area. On the reverse we include various street directory extracts.
The map links up with Warwickshire sheets 13.12 Edgbaston to the east and 13.15 Harborne South to the south, Staffordshire sheet 72.07 Bearwood to the north and Worcestershire sheet 5.10 Quinton to the west.
Harborne 1901 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition
- Brand: Alan Godfrey Maps
- Product Code: Wk13.11A
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