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Maps: Alan Godfrey Old Ordnance Survey series

Sheet 4.07b - Clevedon 1903

This detailed map provides good coverage of Clevedon and the surrounding area. The map shows Clevedon Bay and Church Hill to the east and stretches west to Court Hill and Court Farm. Features include Clevedon Bay Pier, Salt House, Hangstone Quarry, Gas Works, railway station, All Saints' Church and Christ Church. Also features an extract from a directory on the reverse.

Clevedon is famed most of all for its splendid pier. As a seaside resort it grew between 1850 and 1870 and still retains some of its genteel atmosphere today. It was also the terminus for two railways, the GWR's Clevedon branch and the Weston Clevedon & Portishead Light Railway, and both are shown here.

Published 1991. Introduction by Judith Knight.

This is the only map covering Clevedon with the WC&PR in

this series at present. Note that dating from 1903 it shows

the railway terminating at Clevedon, the extension to

Portishead not being shown.

Price is £2.50 plus postage & packing  CODE: MAP407

See also Sheet 4.07a - Clevedon 1883 - Coloured

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Map 4.07b - Clevedon 1903