OGILBY Strip Map Kings Lyn to Harwich, Harwich to Yarmouth

£14.99
A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 75
 

  

 Kings Lyn to Harwich, Harwich to Yarmouth

These double sided maps were originally produced in around 1675 by John Ogilby - Presented here is a circa 1939 reproduction - so still very old!

The first side is from:

Kings Lyn to Harwich

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:



Kings Lyn,  Hardwick,  Downham,  Brunto,  Middleton Hall,  Middleton,  an old castle,  East Winch,  Bilney,  Nerboro,  Norford or Nerford,  Swapham,  Cley,  Great Kirsingham,  Hilboro,  Hilboro Hall,  Bedney, Langforth,  Langforth Hall, Stanforth,  Tartes,  Croxton,  Croxton Park,  Croxton High Trees,  Kylberton or Hylberton,  Clays Lodge,  Thetford,   Thetford Sheep Downs,  Barnham,  Euston,  Euston Hall,  Froyston,  Hymerton,  Icksworth also Ixworth,  Fackenham or Fakenham,  Fackenham Hall,  Stow lanthosty ?,  Litlow House,  Neton,  Tostock, Tostock Hall,  Newpit a market town,  an alms house,  Emswell,  Wetherdeh,  Edmonds,  ye rode to St Bury Edmonds, ( Bury St Edmonds ),  Stowmarket,  Comesford,  West Creeting,  river Orwell,  Creeting Hall,  Bodley Bridge, road to Codnam,  Needham,  Colenham beacon,  Cadnam or Codnam,  a smiths shop,  Barham,  Cryton Bridge,  Cleydon or Claydon,  Cleydon Hall,   Ipswich,  Freston,  Freston Decade,  Champton,  Champton gravel pit,  Arferton Hall,  Arferton,  Arferton Park ( this may well be Artherton ),  Shotly,  Shotley Gate and Ferry,  Harwich.  
  

 

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The second side is from:

 Kings Lyn to Yarmouth 

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Old Lane,  North Ferry,  River Ouse,  Kings Lyn,  Maudline alms house,  Marsh Sand,  Gaywood,   Bawsey,  Two lodges near Bawsey,  Middleton,  Wilkin,  Lesiat Chapel,  Grimston a great common,   Gayton,  Gayton Thorpe,   Ruffam,  Ruffom Lodge,  West Lexham,  Great Lexham,  Dunham,  Lucheham also Licham,  a little uphill,  Mileham,   Stanfel ?,   Brisley,  Elmham Park,  Elmham,   Elmham smith shop,   the road to Billingford with a water mill,   Billingford,   Billingford smith shop,   Beck Hall,  Bawdswick,   Spurham Corner,   Leonard Bridge,  Tyes Hall,  Attlebridge,   Tauerham,   Drayton,   road to Hellsden,   Drayton Lodge,  Hellsden,   a stone cross,   Hayham,   St Martins Gate,  Norwich,  Trouse,   Kirby,   Kirby hall,   Carleton,   Hellington,   Hellington a fall gate,   Thurston,   Ashbey,   Hales,   Hacklingham,   Norton beacon,   Norton,   Thurlston,   to Beccles London Road,   with a smiths shop on the corner,   Thorp,   Belson Chapel,   Bradwell,   Garlston,   Marsh Sand,   Little Yarmouth,   Great Yarmouth

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It measures overall 300 x 240 mm (12 x 9.5 inches) approx. It is in good condition with a little fading around the edges.You must excuse some of the spelling as parts are written in old English. This map would look wonderful mounted (matted) and framed. ( 75 ).


 
Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg