Ordnance Survey Map – Bristol (Redland) 1902May 23, 2020
Ordnance Survey Map – Bristol (SE) 1902May 23, 2020
Ordnance Survey Map – Bristol (SE) 1882
Godfrey Edition published: 2017
Gloucestershire sheet: 76.01a – coloured edition
Scale: 15 inches to the mile
Two versions of this map have been published, showing how the area changed across the years. This 1882 version is in full colour, taken from the beautiful 1st Edition Ordnance Survey hand coloured map.
The maps cover an important and busy area of Bristol, with coverage stretching from Holy Cross church and Victoria Street south and eastward to Arno’s Vale Cemetery and Arno’s Court.
Features (from 1882 version) include Temple Meads station with railway approaches, engine sheds and sidings; Floating Harbour, River Avon, The Feeder; Holy Cross church, Avonside Works, Temple Gate Works, Totterdown, St Luke’s church, cattle market, gasworks, St Silas church, St Vincent’s Works, Bristol Rolling Works, Avonside Tannery, Avonbank Works, St Philip’s Marsh, Redcliff Works, Arno’s Vale, Arno’s Vale Cemetery, Redcliff Cemetery, Arno’s CastleKensington Place.