Alan Godfrey MapNorth Belfast 1920

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Co. Antrim Sheet 61.05 North Belfast 1920

This very detailed map covers a busy area of north central Belfast, including several of the docks.

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Coverage stretches from Clifton Park Avenue eastwards to Spencer Dock and Albert Quay, and from Limestone Road and Mountcollyer Road southwards to North Street and Albert Square. Note that the small area of Co. Down east of the Lagan is left blank.

Features on this busy map include Library & Art Gallery, New Smithfield Mill, Custom House, St Anne’s Cathedral, tramways, York Road terminus with goods sheds and engine depot, dockside lines, York Street Weaving Factory, Tobacco Factory, Victoria Barracks, Carlisle Circus area, Belfast Charitable Institution, Court House, Prison (left blank), Belfast Royal Academy, Corporation Square, Donegall Quay, Albert Quay, Clarendon Dock and graving docks, York Dock, Dufferin Dock, Spencer Dock, Milewater Basin, timber ponds, many streets of terraced houses all neatly shown, many weaving factories and other buildings.

On the reverse are street directory entries for Dock Street, York Lane and York Street.
The map links to sheets 61.01 Skegoneill to the north, 60.08 Shankill to the west, and 61.09 Central Belfast to the south.

Additional information

Weight 101 g
Dimensions 21 x 12 x .2 cm