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 Penryn:

  • Cornwall Sheet 71.07 Penryn 1906 - published 2005; intro by Tony Clifford. ISBN.978-1-84151-768-1

    This detailed map covers the ancient town of Penryn, which was an important harbour as early as the time of Elizabeth I, long before the growth of Falmouth. Coverage includes the town centre, including Lower Street, The Praze, Commercial Road, Town Hall, Market Street, Broad Street, The Green, West Street, Church Road, St Gluvias church, College Farm, China Stone Mills, Custom House. A section of the GWR Falmouth Branch is included but not the station. The map extends east to cover Penryn Harbour, incl Sailors Creek, Ponsharden, Boyer's Cellors. Tehidy Terrace is in the bottom right corner. The map extends north to Bissom. On the reverse we include a directory of the town in 1910.


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