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Old Maps of Bowmillholm

Historic Map covering Bowmillholm

Hand-drawn in 1902 by Ordnance Survey

Frith's Ordnance Survey Maps

In 1791 the Board of Ordnance established a body to survey Britain; the first 1-inch map, which showed Kent, was produced in 1801. The other counties of the United Kingdom followed. These first-edition maps were updated as the Victorian age progressed; new roads and

railways were added, and major new buildings such as factories, gas and water works marked. It is from these enhanced 6-inch maps that the Frith Ordnance Survey maps have been created.

This Historic Map covering Bowmillholm was hand-drawn in 1902 by the cartographers of the Ordnance Survey.

Packed with fascinating finely-reproduced detail, look out for your house if it was built at the time, or its site if it wasn't.

Prints are available to buy in a range of sizes and styles. Printed to your order in crisp black and white, our maps feature a compass rose and decorative scale border and can be supplied ready to hang.

Maps supplied are the earliest date available for that location. This typically ranges from around 1860 to 1940, although most are from the turn of the century.

Map details
  • Scale: 1:10560 (approx. 1:9000 when printed)
  • Area covered: ~2 miles by 1 mile
  • Year drawn: 1902 (Approx.)
  • Reference: #hosm49805
  • Detail sample

Authentic, Beautiful Detail

This is a sample section to give you an idea of the extraordinary level of detail you can expect to find on your own historical map.

Packed with fascinating finely-reproduced detail, look out for your house if it was built at the time or its site if it wasn't.

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Map of Scotland

Hand-drawn in 1840, decorated with Frith photos

An old map of Scotland, hand-drawn in 1840 for the renowned cartographic publisher Samuel Lewis. These superbly detailed maps provide an authoritive and fascinating insight into the history and gradual development of our cities, towns and villages. The maps are decorated in the margins by selected Frith photographs. Available to buy in a range of sizes and styles, including large prints on-canvas.

Map details
  • Scale: ~7 miles to 1 inch
  • Area covered: Traditional boundaries of Scotland
  • Year drawn: 1840