Birmingham Ordnance Survey map XIII.8.19A
Main Streets – Blythe (Chester) Street (HN), Essington Street, Francis Road, Friston Street (HN), Glebe Street, Grosvenor Street West (HN), Ladywood Road (HN), Ledsam Street (HN), Morville Street (HN), Rawlings Street, Ruston Street, Ruston Street North (HN), Ryland Street (HN), Sherbourne Street (HN),
Places – Albert Place, Albert Terrace, Albion Place, Alma Place, Augustus Place, Balla-arat Terrace, Bellevue Place, Bethel Place, Birchall Place, Birmingham Canal (old line), Brighton Place, Brighton Place, Byron Place, Chester Place, Creswell Buildings, Denbigh Place, Devonshire Place, Eagle place, Edgbaston Place, Elizabeth Place, Endwood Place, Eugenie Place, Exeter place, Exhibition Place, Friston Terrace, Gladstone Place, Gloucester Place, Grotto Place, Handley Place, Hawthorn Place, Highfield Terrace, Howard Place, Jessamine Place, Kenilworth Place, Laburnum Grove, Ladywood Place, Ladywood Terrace, Ladywood Terrace, Laurel Place, Leopard Place, Lorne Terrace, Martley Place, Morville Place, Mount Pleasant, Omar Place, Peel Place, Pleasant Place, Portland Terrace, Providence terrace, Richmond Place, Richmond Terrace, Roe Place, Rose Place, Russell Place, Ryland Street Works (engineering), Sherbourne Wharf, Talfourd Place, The Hollies, Varna Place, Victoria Place, Victoria terrace, Vine Place, Violet Place, Vyse Place, Warwick Place, Wellington Place, Windsor Place, Yate Place, Zion Place,
Public Houses/Hotels – Acorn Inn, Ryland Arms, Turks Head Inn, Vesper Bell, Vine Inn, Wagon & Horses Inn,
Churches – Methodist Chapel, Sherbourne St. Mission Room, St. Barnabas Church, St. Barnabas Mission Room,
Schools – Ryland Street Schools,
Post Code District – Birmingham B16
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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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