Here are the details of maps for Calne:
The map the small town of Calne in great detail. This became a borough in 1086 and was a prosperpous cloth town in the middle ages, but by the 1890s it was better known for bacon. The town had its own railway branch, shown here with station and Black Dog Siding, and other features include The Strand, workhouse, bacon factory, St Mary's church, etc. To the west of Calne, vast areas of fields dominate the landscape, which the River Marden and the Wilts & Berks Canal cut through on their way to the heart of the town. Along with Kingsbury Green, all the schools, hospitals, allotments and the town centre are marked on to give you a true impression of what the town felt like in 1899. To compliment the map we include a brief history of Calne, covering the Manor Houses and transport history. You can also find a commercial directory and the Calne Branch train timetable printed on the reverse of the map.