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English & Welsh PORTFOLIO Gallery

Old Town and City Plans of England and Wales

Choose from 189 pictures in our English & Welsh PORTFOLIO collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Old Map of Newcastle upon Tyne 1851 by John Tallis Featured English & Welsh PORTFOLIO Print

Old Map of Newcastle upon Tyne 1851 by John Tallis

Newcastle 1851, Gateshead is to the bottom of the John Tallis 1851 plan of Newcastle in Tyne and Wear with the famous High Level Railway crossing the River Tyne into Newcastle Central station. There are four attractive illustrations finishing the plan. These illustrations are the Railway Bridge, Central Station, the Castle and a view of the High Level Bridge from Gateshead to Newcastle

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730 Featured English & Welsh PORTFOLIO 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 Liverpool 1785 by Surveyed by Charles Eyes Featured English & Welsh PORTFOLIO Print

Old Map of Liverpool 1785 by Surveyed by Charles Eyes

This most impressive reproduction map has been completely art worked in full colour from the very rare antique original, large, black and white, detailed plan of Liverpool published by Charles Eyes. The map is a truly local publication as it was also engraved in Liverpool - by Thomas Condor. It has been painstakingly reproduced and shows the green hedgerows of lands not yet built upon, and for each shows the names of the respective landowners, which makes this work a treasure trove to those researching family history, genealogists and those keen on the history of Liverpool. All docks are named, roads and streets, important buildings as well as the occasional windmill. Some of these landownerAEs names were given to some of the streets that rapidly spread out into the rural aspects of the time, for example Bold Street has recently been cut, yet the plan still shows the adjacent land owned by oMr Boldo