Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Middlesex

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  • Here are the details of maps for Winchmore Hill:

  • Middlesex Sheet 7.10 Winchmore Hill 1896 - published 1987; intro by Peter Hodge. ISBN.978-0-85054-101-4

    This very detailed map covers Winchmore Hill, stretching from Memorial Terrace and Vicars Moor Lane southward to Stonard Road, and east to the New River and Highfield Row; Winchmorehill (spelt as one word on the map) is here shown as a modest sized village, with its station, St Paul's church, Rosneath House, and scattering of streets. To the west of the village is Grovelands and the Deer Park, grounds landscaped by Humphry Repton. Beyond this is Bourneside and to the foot of the map is Clappers Green, with a small section of Southgate, including The Green, in the SW corner. There is a good directory of Winchmore Hill on the reverse.

    The map links up with Middlesex Sheets 7.06 Enfield Chase to the north, 7.09 East Barnet to the west, 7.14 Palmers Green to the south, and London Sheet 1 Lower Edmontonto the east.


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