Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Edinburgh

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  • Here are the details of maps for Gorgie:

  • Edinburghshire Sheet 3.10 Gorgie 1905 - published 1994; intro by Andrew Bethune. ISBN.978-0-85054-691-0

    This detailed map covers the Gorgie area, on the west side of Edinburgh, with coverage stretching from North Merchiston Cemetery westward to Saughton Public Park, and from Roseburn southward to Gorgie Farm.

    Features on the map include Caledonian Railway Wester Dalry and Haymarket branches, North British Railway with Corstorphine Branch and Suburban Line, with Gorgie and Pinkhill stations, engine sheds, tramways, Saughton Hall, Gorgie area, Gorgie Mills, St Andrew Biscuit Works, Edinburgh Brewery, Wester Dalry, North British Distillery, Balgreen, Saughtonhall Mains, Edinburgh Foundry, Murrayfield Mills etc. On the reverse we include a section of the 1893 version of the map, showing the Wester Dalry area at an earlier stage.

    The map links up with Edinburgh Sheets 3.06 Murrayfield to the north, Corstorphine to the west, 3.11 Merchiston to the east and 3.14 Slateford to the south.

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