OGILBY Strip Map Oxford To Bristol, Oxford To Cambridge

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 79


Oxford To Bristol, Oxford To Cambridge

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:

Oxford To Bristol

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Oxford,   Hinksey Causey,   Ilsey,   Hincksey,   road to Abingdon,   Bagley Wood,   ye road to Abington and so to London,   Fifield,  Kingston Bapist,   road to Wantage,   Buckland,   road to Burford,   Caswell House and Barcote Farm,  to Wady Farm,    Miels,  Faringdon,   Radcote,   Coggshull,   Colsell,   Lady Prats,   enter Wiltshire,  Hiworth,   road to Marlborough,   Hanington,   St. John Earles,   to Jedbury and Cyrencester ( Cirencester ),   Purton,   Purton Church,   Purton Common,   road to Watton Basset ( Wooton Basset ),   Bradon Forest,   Guersden,   Lady Washingtons enclosed with stone,   Geersdon,   Milborn Green,   Mr Tindall,   Malmesbury,   road to Marsfield,   Faxley,   Esquire Rolleston,   Sherston,   Luckington Church,   Luckington,   Sodbury,   enter Gloucestershire,   Tormarton,   Tormarton Warren,   Hinton,   Puckle,   Mangersfield,   Colepitts,   Forest of Kingswood,   Stapleton,   road to London,   River Avon,   Bristol.      




The second side is from:

 Oxford To Cambridge

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Oxford,   Louse or Lonse Hall so called by the scholars,   Gosford stone bridge,   Islip,   Weston Green,   Weston,   Weston Park,   Wendlebury,   Burcester,   Casfield or Caffield,   Streton Audley,   a water mill,   enter Buckinghamshire,   Newton Pursell,   Chickwood,   Tingewick Woods,   Tingewick,   a pond,   Gaynat,   Ratley,   road to Padbury,   Buckingham,   Foscot,   Leckhamsted,   Thornton,   enter Northamptonshire,  river Ouse,  a water mill,   Beckampton,   enter Buckinghamshire,   a water mill,   Passingham,   Calverton,   road to London and  Chester and Holyhead,   Wulverton,   Haversham,   Stanton the Hall,   Linford Magna,   Linford parva,   Newport Painel ( Newport Pagnell ),   lathbury,   Moulso,   Chicheley or Chickley,   to Ampthill nine miles,   Hardmere,   enter Bedfordshire,   Stagsden,   Brumham,   Biddenham,   Ford End House,   Bedford,   Fenleck Barnes,   Cuphull,   Willington,   the Park and Hall,   Morehanger,   Blunham,   Gatford stone bridge,   Sandy,   a great valley of cornfields,   Hennickbank,   Everdon,   Huntingdonshire, Bedfordshire and Cambridgshire border,  Woodberry House,   Miels,   Gamlinhay Park,,   Gamlinhay,   Stow,   Kingstone Wood House,   Kingstone,   Cawcote,   Tofts,   Comberton,   Coton,   Cambridge.


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. ( 79 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg