Brighton 1909: Sussex Sheet 66.09 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Sussex) - Alan Godfrey
Sussex Sheet 66.09 Brighton 1909 - published 2007; intro by Alan Godfrey. This detailed map covers much of central and west Brighton, together with a large...... more
Sussex Sheet 66.09 Brighton 1909 - published 2007; intro by Alan Godfrey. This detailed map covers much of central and west Brighton, together with a large part of Hove. Coverage stretches from Old Steine and Grand Parade westward to Second Avenue and Wilbury Road, and from Old Shoreham Road southward to the seafront. This is a very busy map with much of interest. Major features include the station, engine shed, locomotive and carriage works, Holland Road Halt, and railway lines and tramways; St Nicholas church, St Peter's church, Hotel Metropole, Grand Hotel, Bedford Hotel, part of West Pier, Brunswick Lawns, Adelaide Crescent, Brunswick Square, Regency Square, Montpelier Crescent, St Anns Wells Gardens, All Saints church Hove, cricket ground, St Thomas church, The Wick, Wick Hall, Gloucester Place, Royal Pavilion, The Lanes (not all named), Dome, and much more. On the reverse we include street directory entries for Brunswick Place, Kings Road, Western Road.
Leamington Spa 1923: Warwickshire Sheet 33.11 (Old O.S. Maps of Warwickshire) - Barrie Trinder
Detailed map of Leamington; Warwickshire 33.11. Historical introduction by Barrie Trinder. This detailed map covers most of the town centre of Leamington, here...... more
Detailed map of Leamington; Warwickshire 33.11. Historical introduction by Barrie Trinder. This detailed map covers most of the town centre of Leamington, here fully named as Royal Leamington Spa, with coverage stretching from Russell Terrace and Spencer Street northward to Lillington Avenue, and from Oswald Road and Warwick New Road eastward to Campion Hills and Newbold Farm. The many features include Pump Room Gardens, Manor House Hotel, All Saints church, Jephson Gardens, River Leam, Regent Hotel, Newbold Comyn, Newbold Beeches, Royal Pump Room, Municipal Building, tramway, Avenue station (most of railway is on South map), Adelaide Bridge, Milverton, Christ Church, Holy Trinity church, Leamington College, Leamington Brewery, Beech Lawn Prep School, Leamington & Lillington Brick Works, and many well laid out streets, with individual houses neatly shown. On the reverse we include entries A-Gr from a list of private residents from a 1921 directory.
...If Brisbane is Australia?s most boring city then Adelaide has to be the sleepiest. Tucked away in a green and cozy warm corner of South Australia it?s a city that has the most Australian charm of the bunch, its rustic Victoriana architecture mixed in with modern buildings in a grid system giving it a real feel of old and new Australia, wrought iron verandas and porches a plenty to tether your...
Advantages: Sights, Activities, Work Disadvantages: Visa process
...do there! Adelaide (like many places in Australia) is a great place to go for outdoor activities such as walking, sightseeing and water-sports. Although the city can seem a bit confusing and overwhelming at first, it does not take long to get used to, and is generally easy to get around with excellent public transport and wide straight roads (although lots of traffic lights!). The best excursions...
Advantages: Fantastic Wines, Excellent Pubs, Cultural Atmosphere, Fab Public Transport Disadvantages: none
...budget could be as much or as little as you wish to spend and I've lived here for a few years so any time of year is what I've been referring to. I didn't use any season specific events in this review.
The City of Churches and Wines: Adelaide, South Australia