Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Birmingham

  • 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 Lifford:

  • Worcs Sheet 10.08 Lifford & Bournville 1903 - published 2000; intro by John Maddison. ISBN.978-1-84151-160-3

    This detailed map covers an area southward of Birmingham that includes the southern part of Bournville, Lifford, Cotteridge and Stirchley Street. Coverage stretches from Middletonhall Road northward to Bournville station and eastward to Hazelwell Hall.

    Features include Midland Railway with Bournville station, Kings Norton station, Lifford station, the Lifford Loop and Goods Branch, Kings Norton Metal Works, Lifford Mill, Redhouse Farm, Watford House, High House, Rowheath Farm, St Agnes church, screw factory, Breedon Cross, Hazelwell Mill, Hazelwell Hall, Fordhouse Farm, Maryvale area of Bournville, ammunition works, southern tip of Bournville Works, Bournville Brass Foundry, Bournville Hall, Worcester & Birmingham Canal, short stretch of Stratford on Avon Canal. On the reverse we include a selection of street directory entries, incl Beech Road, Bournville Lane, Linden Road, Mary Vale Road; plus the Midland Railway Birmingham-Redditch timetable in 1916.

    The map links up with Warwickshire sheet 19.05 Alcester Lane' End to the east, Worcestershire sheets 10.04 Selly Oak to the north, 10.07 Northfield N to the west and 10.12 Kings Norton to the south.

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