Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Edinburgh

  • These highly detailed plans show a small area at the scale of a Yard to the Mile. Each map includes an introduction.
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  • Here are the details of maps for Edinburgh (Castle):

  • Edinburgh 35 Edinburgh (Castle) 1877 - published 1986; intro by Andrew Bethune. ISBN.978-0-85054-056-7

    This wonderfully detailed map covers the area around and to the east of Edinburgh Castle, with coverage stretching from Spittall Street eastward to Lothian Street, and from the National Galleries southward to Bristo Place.

    Features include George Heriots Hospital, Corn Exchange, Museum of Science and Art, Free Church Assembly Hall, Castle, Assembly Hall, National Galleries, St Giles church, County Hall, Watt Institution, Bank of Scotland, Police Chambers, Union Bank, New Greyfriars church, Signet Hall and for most of these even interior layouts are given. Other features include Grass Market, Lawn Market, George IV Bridge, The Mount, cattle market etc.

    On the reverse we include the 1894 town plan, sheet 3.7.20, which covers the Grassmarket, St Giles church and Lawnmarket area.

    The map links up sheet 29 Edinburgh New Town to the north, 34 Western New Townto the west and 36 South Bridge to the east.

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  • This map is taken from the 5-foot plan and reduced to a scale of a Yard to the Mile. For a full list of maps for Scotland, return to the Scotland page.
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