• Bromford Bridge 1913 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

Warwickshire Sheet 8.15 Bromford Bridge 1913 - published 2004; introduction by Roger Lea

This detailed map covers an area on the NE side of Birmingham which was still largely undeveloped in 1913. The main feature is Birmingham Race Course, where features even include the jumps and winning post. Other features include part of Castle Bromwich Golf Course, Bromford with a few streets partly laid out, Ashold Sewage Farm, Eversley House, Midland Railway with Bromford Bridge station, Hope House. We include a directory of Castle Bromwich on the reverse.

 

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Bromford Bridge 1913 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

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