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British Town And City Plans Gallery

Old Town and City Plans from England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland - 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th Centuries

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Old Map of Aberdeen 1851 by John Tallis Featured British Town And City Plans Print

Old Map of Aberdeen 1851 by John Tallis

Aberdeen in Scotland nestled on the River Dee with its famous Victorian Park and Harbour, John TallisAEs 1851 town plan perfectly captures this historic Scottish town during mid Victorian times. To the bottom right of the plan is a most attractive illustration of Aberdeen. At the top of the plan there is a view towards Castle Street. The other illustrations are of Old Don Bridge, North Church on King Street and a sailing ship on the German Ocean

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730 Featured British Town And City Plans Print

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730

This is a striking colourful picture map of Birmingham in 1730, originally imagined & drawn from city records by Bernard Sleigh and lettered by I.A. Ellis, 1923. Originally printed by the Kynoch Press A.D. 1924, and published by Cornish Bros. Limited 39 New Street. This is a wonderfully detailed colourful pictorial map showing roads, the river Rea, principal buildings and the many dwellings, artisans workshops at a time when Birmingham rural aspect was about to transform into an industrial town rapidly growing outwards consuming the then far off villages that now form part of what is now the countries second city

Old Map of Bristol 1851 by John Tallis Featured British Town And City Plans Print

Old Map of Bristol 1851 by John Tallis

This 1851 John Tallis map of Bristol shows the new course of the River Avon and the Floating Harbour'. At Clifton Down the famous suspension bridge is yet to be constructed, but clearly marked as Proposed Suspension Bridge, it was officially opened over a decade later in 1864. The illustrations are of Clifton Down from Rownham Ferry, south side of Bristol Cathedral, Clifton Observatory, High Cross Green, Redcliff Church and a busy scene across Broad Quay Bristol