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Sutton Coldfield (OSD 257)  wikidata:Q106156580 reasonator:Q106156580
Dawson, Robert - Draughtsman
Sutton Coldfield (OSD 257)
Ordnance Survey Drawings: Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham (OSD 257)
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English: This drawing of the area north-east of Birmingham was executed by Robert Dawson, who used different shades of green to distinguish land uses. Sutton Coldfield is depicted at lower right, Aldridge at the top left. Tamworth is top middle; Coleshill lower middle. The River Tame flows north to Tamworth. Atherstone and Nuneaton are on the right-hand side. Hamstead, mispelled "Hampstead") is on the left. Now a residential suburb of Birmingham, Sutton Coldfield was originally a market town with Sutton Park. The 970-hectare site was a private estate and one of Henry VIII's favourite hunting grounds. Areas of woodland, heathland and wetland make up the landscape of the park..

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Date 1817
date QS:P571,+1817-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium Pen and ink on paper
Dimensions height: 310 mm (12.20 in); width: 450 mm (17.71 in)
dimensions QS:P2048,310U174789
dimensions QS:P2049,450U174789
institution QS:P195,Q23308
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Maps OSD 257
Credit line British Library

Scale 2 inches : 1 mile (1:31680).

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