Maps of Winslow

Fortescue map, 1599 This map of Sir John Fortescue's estates, made in 1599, is the earliest surviving map of Winslow. The original was lost in a fire at Whaddon Hall and only photographs are preserved.
Map of Buckinghamshire by John Speed, 1610 Jeffreys map 1770
Fortescue map, 1599 Map of Buckinghamshire by Pieter van der Keere, 1662
Map of Buckinghamshire by Thomas Jeffreys, 1770 Jeffreys map 1770
Bryant map of Bucks 1825 Map of Buckinghamshire by A. Bryant, 1825
A map of Cottesloe Hundred, 1847 (just before the arrival of the railway) Cottesloe Hundred map
Hunting map, 1870 Hunting map of 1870
Ordnance Survey map of 1885 - click on the image for a larger version Cottesloe Hundred map
Ordnance Survey map, 1919 Ordnance Survey 1 inch : 1 mile map, 1919
Ordnance Survey 6 inch : 1 mile map, 1928 - click on the image for a larger version 1928 map 6 inches to 1 mile

Winslow appraisal map

Winslow in 1967 - click on the image for a larger version.

This map is a folded insert within the Winslow Expansion Plan of 1967.

Proposed expansion of Winslow in 1967 (note what did and didn't happen!) - click on the image for a larger version.

This map is a folded insert within the Winslow Expansion Plan of 1967.

Map of proposed expansion of Winslow 1967

 

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