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Birmingham Map Collection

Step back in time with these captivating glimpses into the history of Birmingham through a collection of old maps

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1893 from the Comprehensive Gazetteer Atlas of England and Wales

Old Map of Birmingham 1893 from the Comprehensive Gazetteer Atlas of England and Wales
This detailed reproduction plan of Birmingham has been re-worked from an antique originally published in the oComprehensive Gazetteer of England and Waleso 1893

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730

A Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730
This is a striking colourful picture map of Birmingham in 1730, originally imagined & drawn from city records by Bernard Sleigh and lettered by I.A. Ellis, 1923

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1851 by John Tallis

Old Map of Birmingham 1851 by John Tallis
This attractive plan of mid Victorian Birmingham in the Midlands by John Tallis 1851 shows the first railways and important canal network. The work is attractively presented with eight illustrations

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham Surveyed in 1750 by Thomas Hanson

Old Map of Birmingham Surveyed in 1750 by Thomas Hanson
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Birds Eye View of Birmingham In 1886

Birds Eye View of Birmingham In 1886
This is a striking panoramic view originally published as a supplement to The Graphic, September 4, 1886. There is an accompanying key block that can be used to identify 35 areas including streets

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1795 by C. Pye

Old Map of Birmingham 1795 by C. Pye
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1883

Old Map of Birmingham 1883
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1866 by Fullarton & Co

Old Map of Birmingham 1866 by Fullarton & Co
This detailed reproduction plan of Birmingham has been re-worked from an antique originally published in the 1860, s by Archibold Fullarton & Company

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1832 by James Drake

Old Map of Birmingham 1832 by James Drake
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1834 by John Dower and William Orr

Old Map of Birmingham 1834 by John Dower and William Orr
A highly detailed reproduction city map of Birmingham originally published in London, 1834. Interestingly it shows the planned route of the Grand Junction Railway coming into the North of Birmingham

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Aston Manor near Birmingham 1796

Old Map of Aston Manor near Birmingham 1796
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1898 from the Royal Atlas by Bartholomew

Old Map of Birmingham 1898 from the Royal Atlas by Bartholomew
A fine very detailed plan of the City of Birmingham remastered from an original contained within " The Royal Atlas of England and Wales" ; edited by J.G

Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1816

Old Map of Birmingham 1816
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1825

Old Map of Birmingham 1825
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Background imageBirmingham Map Collection: Old Map of Birmingham 1808

Old Map of Birmingham 1808
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Step back in time with these captivating glimpses into the history of Birmingham through a collection of old maps. The "Old Map of Birmingham 1851 by John Tallis" takes us on a journey to the bustling streets and landmarks that once defined this vibrant city. Meanwhile, the "Conjectural Picture Map of Birmingham In 1730" allows us to envision what life was like during an era long gone. Intriguingly, the "Birds Eye View of Birmingham In 1886" offers a unique perspective from above, showcasing the industrial revolution's impact on this growing metropolis. Delve further into history with the "Old Map of Birmingham 1795 by C. Pye, " which reveals how much has changed over time. The meticulous details found in the "Old Map of Birmingham Surveyed in 1750 by Thomas Hanson" provide valuable insights into early urban planning and development. Similarly, Aston Manor near Birmingham is brought to life through an "Old Map from 1796. " These maps serve as windows into forgotten landscapes and forgotten lives. For those seeking comprehensive historical references, both the "Royal Atlas by Bartholomew (1898)" and the "Comprehensive Gazetteer Atlas of England and Wales (1893)" offer rich sources for exploration. Traveling further back in time brings us to Fullarton & Co's detailed depiction in their "Old Map of Birmingham 1866. " Finally, we have James Drake's map from 1832 and John Dower and William Orr's rendition from 1834 – both capturing moments before significant transformations swept across this remarkable city. These maps not only showcase how far we've come but also remind us to appreciate our heritage while embracing progress. So take a moment to immerse yourself in these historical treasures; let them transport you through time as you rediscover one of Britain's most iconic cities - Birmingham.