Alan Godfrey Map : Comber & Saintfield 1900


Ireland Sheet 37 – Comber & Saintfield 1900

This Inch to the Mile map covers the area east and south of Belfast, with coverage stretching from Sydenham eastwards to Ballywalter (Portavogie is split by the east margin), and from Newtownards southwards to Saintfield.

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Towns covered include Newtownards, Comber Saintfield, part of east Belfast, Kircubbin, Grey Abbey and the villages of Ballywalter, Ballyhalbert, Millisle, Carryduff and Ardmillan. Much of Strangford Lough is shown and other features of interest include long lost sections of the Belfast & Co. Down Railway through Newtownards and Saintfield.

On the reverse are the two town plans for Comber, reduced to 18 inches to the mile. These show the town in detail, including station, St Mary’s church, Upper and Lower Distilleries, The Square, Spinning Mill, Castle House, churches. Also included is the town plan for Saintfield, which includes station, Main Street area in detail, churches, Fair Green etc. Included are 1899 directories for both Comber and Saintfield and a brief historical introduction.

Towns and principal villages or church parishes which are included on this map:
Co. Down: Ardmillan, Ballygowan, Ballyhalbert, Ballywalter, Carrowdore, Carryduff, Comber, Dundonald, Glastry, Gransha, Grey Abbey, Killinchy, Kircubbin, Mill Isle, Newtownards, Portavogie, Saintfield, Sydenham.

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Weight 60 g
Dimensions 21 × 12 × .2 cm