Maps of the

Tring area of Hertfordshire

The Tring Area

from

John Norton's

Map of

HARTFORDSHIRE

1598

Tring is in the

Dacorum Hundred

From

A Mapp of the County of HARTFORD SHIRE

Richard Blome

1673

Robert Morden

First published 1695

This detail is from the same plate as reissued (with very minor modifications) in 1753 or 1772

 


 From Herman Moll's 1724 map of Hertfordshire

Bowles Post-chaise Companion (London to Aylesbury) 1782


Champneys


Aldbury

Charles Smith's 1808 Map of Hertfordshire

The Grand Junction Canal and the Wendover Navigable Feeder were open by 1800.


Little Tring


Tring


Wilstone


From Archer's circa 1842 Map of Hertfordshire

The London and Birmingham Railway and the Aylesbury arm ("Collatteral Cut") of the Grand Junction Canal are shown, but the Cheddington to Aylesbury branch railway line which cut across the north of the area is not marked, although it had been built.
 

Dean's Surface Geology Map 1864

See old-maps for 1884 map plus a modern map and airview


Bacon's Popular Atlas, 1904


Modern map from the Long Marston Church Guide
 

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