Eastbourne 1898: Sussex Sheet 80.10 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Sussex) - Pamela Taylor
Detailed map of Eastbourne. Sussex Sheet 80.10. Introduction by Pamela Taylor. This detailed map covers the central area of Eastbourne, with coverage stretching...... more
Detailed map of Eastbourne. Sussex Sheet 80.10. Introduction by Pamela Taylor. This detailed map covers the central area of Eastbourne, with coverage stretching from Grassington Road northward to Bedford Well Road and eastward to Royal Parade; as an inset we include sheet 80.14, extending coverage south to include the Grand Hotel area. Features include railway with terminus, engine shed, Devonshire Park, St Paul's church, Grand Hotel, Town Hall, Holy Trinity church, Hartfield Square, pier, Queen's Hotel, Albion Hotel, Hydropathic Establishment, Cavendish Hotel, All Saints church, St Saviour's church, brewery, All Saints church, etc.
Marlow 1897: Buckinghamshire Sheet 52.01 (Old O.S. Maps of Buckinghamshire) - Elizabeth Lockwood
Buckinghamshire Sheet 52.01 Marlow 1897 - published 1994; intro by Elizabeth Lockwood. This detailed map covers the town of Marlow, plus small portions of...... more
Buckinghamshire Sheet 52.01 Marlow 1897 - published 1994; intro by Elizabeth Lockwood. This detailed map covers the town of Marlow, plus small portions of Cookham and Bisham parishes on the south side of the river. Features include Marlow town centre, Marlow Bridge, All Saints church, railway terminus, Cattle Market, High Street, Quoiting Square, Spital Street; Marefield and Holy Trinity church near top of map; Marlow Fields, Court Garden, Wethered's brewery. The 'Three Men in a Boat' stayed at the Crown Hotel here and refilled their larder in the town. Across the River Thames are Stoney Ware and Compleat Anglers Hotel (in Bisham parish) and Quarry Wood, Kings Coppice Farm, Dial Close (Cookham parish). A directory of Marlow is also included.
North Berwick 1906: Haddingtonshire Sheet 2.12 (Old O.S. Maps of Haddingtonshire) - Barbara Morris
Haddingtonshire Sheet 2.12 North Berwick 1906 - published 2005; intro by Barbara Morris. This detailed map of North Berwick is double-sided for maximum...... more
Haddingtonshire Sheet 2.12 North Berwick 1906 - published 2005; intro by Barbara Morris. This detailed map of North Berwick is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map covers the centre and eastern part of the town, with coverage stretching from The Grange and Westgate eastwards to Rhodes Braes, Rhodes and Rugges Knowes. Features include The Lodge, East Links, Heugh, The Glen, St Baldred's Tower, North Berwick Law with Old Telegraph Station, North Berwick Mains, Town Hall, High Street. An inset shows the harbour, Plattcock, St Andrew's church ruins etc. On the reverse we include part of adjacent sheet 2.11 extending coverage eastward to include railway with terminus, North Berwick Abbey, Royal Hotel, Dirleton Avenue area, Williamston etc.
Advantages: Very pretty and compact Disadvantages: None
...appreciated and it is certainly worth a visit.
It is also worth finding the Hotel De Ville which is on the Rue St Yon. A statue with seating graces the small square outside the walled courtyard of this early 17th century building, walk into the courtyard and appreciate the hugely decorated facade of the hotel.
I have visited many towns in France and overall this is probably the prettiest town I...
Advantages: great service, lovely rooms, nice location with a view, free parking Disadvantages: car park outside hotel is small
...think the price was a little dear but considered we only live once, likewise the first anniversary of our relationship. The Location The address of the hotel is: Mill Hotel & Spa Destination, Mill Hotel Ltd, Milton Street, Chester CH1 3NF It is such a convenient cit...
Advantages: An unspoilt backwater in a sea of development Disadvantages: Could be too quiet for some
...Calm down, there's no need to panic girls - it's not what you think. I haven't forsaken the lovely Mrs P. for the adventures of pastures new. Although there have been times whe.....
You just weren't reading the title properly, were you? Have another look. AGAY - A small beach resort in the South of France between St. Raphael and Cannes. Phew! That's a relief!
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