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Glasgow & Clyde

The area around Glasgow has hosted communities for millennia, with the River Clyde providing a natural location for fishing. The Romans later built outposts in the area and, to keep Roman Britannia separate from the Celtic & Pictish Caledonia, constructed the Antonine Wall, remains of which can still be seen in Glasgow today.Glasgow itself was founded by the Christian Missionary Saint Mungo  in the 6th century. He established a church on the Molendinar Burn, where the present Glasgow Cathedral stands, and in the following years Glasgow became a religious centre.

Airdrie & Linlithgow 31
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Bathgate Cambuslang Coatbridge Cumbernauld Falkirk Grangemouth Kilsyth Kirkintilloch Slamannan Torphichen First Edition revised to 1896 parishes located on this map:-
Airth (part), Baldarnock (part), Bathgate (part), Blantyre (part), Bo'ness / Borrowstounness (part), Bothkennar, Bothwell, Cadder (part), Calder - West (part), Cambuslang (part), Cambusnethan (part), Campsie (part), Carmunnock (part), Carnwath (part), Carriden (part), Culross (part), Cumbernauld, Dalton (part), Denny, Dunipace, Fintry (part), Falkirk, Hamilton (part), Kilsyth, Kirkintilloch, Lambert (part), Linlithgow (part), Livingston (part), Monkland (East,West,Old,New), Muiravonside, Polmont, Rutherglen (part), St Ninians (part), Shotts, Slamannan, Torphichen, Whiteburn
Atlas of Scotland  -  Economic Map Central Scotland Sheet 61 Original 1912
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Atlas of Scotland in 1912 - Extending from Loch Tay and Dundee in the the north to Ayr and Hawick in the south this 5ins to the mile map gives a superb snapshot of the key industries of central Scotland in 1912. Includes Coal mines, Shale, Linen & Jute, Calico printing and 14 other industries.

Atlas of Scotland  -  Greenock, Inverclyde Sheet 65 Original 1912
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Atlas of Scotland in 1912 - Town Plan of Greenock on a scale of 6ins to a mile.


County Map of Scotland - 1847 -  Renfrewshire
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Full colour County Map of Scotland - Renfrewshire in 1847
Including Paisley, Greenock, Port Glasgow, Renfrew, Johnstone, Inverkip
County Map of Scotland - 1847 -  West Lothian (Linlithgow, as it was known then)
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Full colour County Map of Scotland - West Lothian in 1847
Including Linlithgow, South Queensferry, Bathgate, Uphall, Kirkliston
County Map of Scotland - 1847 - Dumbartonshire
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Full colour County Map of Scotland - Dumbartonshire in 1847
Including Dumbarton, Kirkintilloch, Cumbernauld, Drymen, Luss, Tarbet
County Map of Scotland - 1847 - Lanarkshire (inc Glasgow)
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Full colour County Map of Scotland - Lanarkshire in 1847
Including Glasgow, Biggar, Lanark, Airdrie, Hamilton
Glasgow & Greenock 30
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Alexandria Bridge of Weir Dumbarton Helensburgh Johnstone Kilmacolm Paisley Port Glasgow Renfrew Strathblane. First Edition revised to 1896  Parishes located on this map:- Baldernock (part), Barony, Bonhil, Cadder (part), Campsie (part), Cardross, Carmunnock (part), Cathcart (part), Dalry (part), Drymen (part), Dunbarton, Eastwood (part), Erskine, Fintry (part), Glasgow, Glasgow - Gorbals, Glasgow - Barony, Glasgow - New Port / Port Glasgow, Govan, Greenock, Houstoun, Inchinnan, Innerkip (part), Kilbarchan, Kilbirny (part), Killearn (part), Kilmacolm, Kilmaronock (part), Kilpatrick -New or East & Old or West, Largs (part), Lochwinnoch (part), Luss (part), Nielston (part), Paisley, Renfrew, Roseneath/Rosneath (part), Row (part), Rutherglen (part), Strathblane
Hamilton & Wishaw 23
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Victorian Ordnance Survey Map of Scotland. Including: Avondale Carluke Carnwath Carstairs Douglas East Kilbride Lanark Motherwell Strathaven Tinto Hills First Edition revised to 1896parishes located on this map:- Avendale (part), Blantyre (part), Cambuslang (part), Cambusnethan (part), Carluke, Carmichael, Carmunnock (part), Carnwath (part), Carstairs, Covington, Crawford-John (part), Dalfers / Dalserf, Dalziel (part), Douglas (part), Glasford, Hamilton (part), Kilbride East (part), Lamington (part), Lanark, Lesmahagoe, Libberton (part), Loudoun (part), Muirkirk (part), Pettinairn, Sorn (part), Stonehouse, Symington (part), Wistoun
Leadhills 15
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 Including: Abington Afton Water Crawfordjohn Durisdeer Kello Water Kirkconnel Muirkirk New Cumnock Sanquhar Wanlockhead First edition revised to 1896 Parishes located on this map:- Auchinleck (part), Carsesairn / Carsphairn (part), Closeburn (part), Crawford (part), Crawford-John (part), Cumnock New & Old (part), Douglas (part), Durisdeer (part), Kirkconnel, Lamington (part), Morton (part), Muirkirk (part), Penpont (part), Sanquhar, Sorn (part), Tynron (part)
Scottish Town Plans -  Dumbarton 1818 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Dumbarton Numerous property owners named 
Scottish Town Plans -  Glasgow 1822 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Glasgow adapted by John Wood from a map produced by James Cleland and surveyed by David Smith. Includes an inset of the Barony and Royalty of Glasgow parishes. Contains various annotations about the burghs & parishes. 
Scottish Town Plans -  Greenock 1825 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Greenock Very few property owners named but shows various intented improvemets and proposed roads 


Scottish Town Plans - Hamilton 1819 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Hamilton A large number of property owners named 
Scottish Town Plans - Lanark 1825 (John Wood map)
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John Wood' s Scottish Town Plans 1818 - 1825 - Lanark Some property owners named. 
STP Glasgow 1851 by John Tallis
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Glasgow 1851 Railways are yet to cross the River Clyde flowing through the centre of this Victorian plan of Glasgow. The map is finished with attractive illustrations of the Royal Exchange, Glasgow Cathedral, Royal Bank of Scotland, The University, New Bridge and a most splendid Victorian View of Glasgow from The Green.  20" x 16" MUST BE SOLD UNFOLDED IN A TUBE (will be dispatched separately by Historic Images Ltd)