Street Plan - 19th Century Street Plan of Leamington Spa

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Date:February 1852

Description:A street plan of Leamington Spa showing Spencer Street, Bath Street, Stafford Wine Merchants, Victoria Terrace and Victoria Baths. The area shaded in green and red shows the premises of Mr John Edgerton, who was a livery stable keeper. The plan was drawn by the surveyor William Russell in February 1852 and was printed by Day & Son.


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Account Bill
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National Ration Book
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