Nottingham Maps

All original scanning and collation by Ron Hawthorne of the Nottingham Rootsweb List.

"I have done a bit more work on the Maps, I am not sure of the date, but it must be after 1948, as the Midland railway line is shown as British Railways Midland Region. also the Victoria Station is not shown, but the lines south are, so it must have been about 1960"

The Maps are all scanned in at 300 dpi, and are as below : Scanned Nottingham Maps circa 1950-60, Before the bulldozing for the railway station. Specific details below.

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The Victoria Station Site Completed 1899

The construction of the Station involved the demolition of 1,300 houses, 20 public houses, and the Nottingham Union Workhouse at the corner of York St. & Woodborough Rd. Some of the streets & alleys to disappear were :

Charlotte street
Caroline yard
Mount East street
Balloon court
Sherwood lane
Milk square
Salmon yard
Bear court
Brunswick street
Lamb lane
St. George's Square

Parts or portions of :

Milton street
Mansfield road
Cairns street (most of)
Newcastle street (most of)
York street (bottom part)
St. Ann's street (west end)
William street (west end)