Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London

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  • Here are the details of maps for Cricklewood:

  • London Sheet 26.2 Cricklewood & Child's Hill 1894 - published 1984; intro by Judith Knight. ISBN.978-0-907554-69-1
  • London Sheet 26.3 Cricklewood & Child's Hill 1912 - published 2004; intro by Alan A Jackson. ISBN.978-1-84151-723-0

    We have two versions of this map, each covering the same area. This is centred on Cricklewood and stretches from St Michael's Road eastward to Finchley Road; from Oxgate Gardens southward to Hillfield Road and Melrose Avenue. Features include the Midland Railway incl station, engine shed, sidings and carriage shed; All Saint's church, St Gabriel's Cricklewood; Fortune Green, Hampstead Cemetery, Child's Hill, omnibus depot, and the 1912 map has tramways. On the reverse of the 1894 map is a large extract from the 1st Edition map showing Cricklewood and Child's Hill in 1868. The 1912 map, which has far more housing development, has extracts from a contemporary street directory.

    The map links up with Sheets 17 Golders Green to the north, 25 Neasden to the west, 27 Hampstead to the east, 36 Willesden Green to the south.


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