Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Cornwall
These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction.
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Here are the details of maps for Gunnislake:
Cornwall Sheet 30.05 Gunnislake (South) & Albaston 1905 - published 2004; intro by Tom Greeves. ISBN.978-1-84151-710-0
This detailed map is one of two we have published for the village of Gunnislake. This covers the southern part of the village and coverage extends southward to Hatches Green and Wheal Arthur,
and SW to Drakewalls and Albaston. The East Cornwall Railway and River Tamar both run north-south through the map. Features include Pearson's Quarry, Sandhill, Higher Dimson, Delaware,
Sandhill Works, Heath Cottage, the disused Drakewalls Mine, brewery at Albaston, Whimple Farm, Russell United Mine, Bailswood Works. On the reverse we include part of adjacent sheet
29.08 extending coverage west to include St Ann's Chapel, where features include Kingston Down Consols Mine, Calstock Works and West Drakewalls Mine.
The map links up with Sheet 30.01 Gunnislake North to the north.
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