Birmingham Ordnance Survey map XIV.5.7
Main Streets – Barwick Street, Bennett's Hill, Bread Street, Bull Street, Cannon Street, Cherry Street, Church Street, Colmore Row, Corporation Street, Crooked Lane, Dalton Street, Eden Pace, Edmund Street, Livery Street, Martineau Street, New Market Street, Newhall Street, Old Square, Snow Hill, Steelhouse Lane, Temple Passage, Temple Row, Temple Row West, Temple Street, Union Passage, Union Street, Upper Priory, Waterloo Street,
Places – Athenaeum Buildings, Berlin House, Bradford Passage, Burnaby Memorial, Central Fire Brigade Station, Children's Hospital, Colmore Chambers, Commercial Buildings, Conservative Club, Denham Chambers, Dr Johnson Passage, Eye Hospital, Glover's Almshouses, Great Western Arcade
Great Western Passage, Inland Revenue Offices, Needless Alley, Scottish Provident Buildings, Snow Hill Station, Unett Memorial, Union Club, Victoria Buildings, Wellington Passage, Women's Hospital,
Public Houses/Hotels – Albion Hotel, Antelope's Head, Bee Hive, Board Vaults, Bull's Head, Cannon, Clarendon, Cobden Hotel, Coffee House, Falstaff Restaurant, Gem Vaults, Globe, Grand Hotel, Great Western Hotel, Great Western Vaults, Lamp Tavern, London Restaurant, Nock's Hotel, Red Lion, Rose & Punch Bowl, Suffield's Hotel, White Swan Hotel,
Churches – Church of St Thomas the Martyr (Site of), Friends' Meeting House, St. Martin's Mission Room, St. Philip's Church, Temperance Hall,
Schools – Blue Coat School, Sunday school,
Post Code District – Birmingham B2
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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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