Wood Green 1935 - London Sheet 7c

Wood Green 1935 - London Sheet 7c

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STEVE GARTON GENEALOGY - GODFREY EDITION OLD ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS

WOOD GREEN 1935 - LONDON SHEET 7c

These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction and many include extracts of directories, local transport timetables and additional maps.

We have published 3 versions of this map, showing how the area developed across the years. The maps each cover the same area, stretching from Dagmar Road eastward to Hatherley Road and Boundary Road, and from Spencer Avenue southward to Gladstone Avenue.

The maps cover much of the centre of Wood Green lower centre, part of the development of Bowes Park top left, and much of Noel Park lower right. Features include Wood Green (now Alexandra Park) station, Bowes Park, Noel Park and Palace Gates stations, Royal Masonic Institution, Wood Green Common, Banquet Hall of Alexandra Park, St Gabriel's church Bowes Park, Chitts Hill House, White Hart Lane Potteries, Wolves Lane. Green Lanes runs north-south through the centre of the map. Each map includes extracts from contemporary directories.

The map links up with Middlesex Sheets 7.14 Palmers Green to the north, and London sheets 6 Alexandra Park to the west, 8 Tottenham North to the east, 12 Hornsey to the south.

It will be posted in a board backed envelope to ensure it reaches you in perfect condition.

WE HAVE AN EXTENSIVE CATALOGUE OF CD'S OF OLD DIRECTORIES SUCH AS KELLYS, PIGOTS & WHITES THAT ARE A VALUABLE RESEARCH RESOURCE OF USE TO LOCAL HISTORIANS & GENEALOGISTS. PLEASE VISIT OUR EBAY SHOP TO SEE OUR CURRENT LISTINGS.

NB: We are unable to do searches of maps. We stock almost 3000 maps covering the UK and unfortunately do not have the "local" knowledge of the area concerned and trying to find specific streets etc is a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack unless you know where to look. All our maps have descriptions of the area shown so we suggest a bit of research should be able to narrow it down.