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CRUCHLEY, G.F. (George Frederick), 1797-1876 : CRUCHLEY’S RAILWAY MAP OF CORNWALL SHOWING ALL THE RAILWAYS & NAMES OF STATIONS, ALSO THE TELEGRAPH LINES & STATIONS, IMPROVED FROM THE ORDNANCE SURVEYS.
London : G. F. Cruchley, 1855. An attractive map of the county on a scale of approximately four miles to the inch, giving good detail of the new railway lines extending to Penzance and St. Ives, with further detail of the polling places, the borough boundaries and indications of boroughs returning one or two members to parliament, etc. Beneath the overlay of updating and revision, the underlying map remains that first produced by John Cary (1755-1835) some fifty years earlier. With a separate inset map of the Scilly Isles.
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WALKER, J. & C. (WALKER, John, 1787-1873 & WALKER, Charles, 1799?-1872) : CORNWALL.
London : Longman, Orme, Rees & Co., [ca.1860]. A clearly engraved map of the county from the Admiralty engravers John & Charles Walker – on a scale of just under six miles to the inch, particular attention being given to the newly built railways. Originally published in 1835, but here in a later and updated version.
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