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 I have added links to free map on two sites Multimap.com and Streetmap.co.uk so you can pick the best.

Where is Gosport? The area around Gosport by Streetmap.

Gosport by Multimap

Town & Stoke Road by Multimap

Haslar & Clayhall by Multimap

Alverstoke by Multimap

Lee-on-the-Solent East by Multimap

Lee-on-the-Solent Mid by Multimap

Lee-on-the-Solent West by Multimap

Rowner South by Multimap

Forton by Multimap

Hardway by Multimap

Elson by Multimap

Elson North by Multimap

Bridgemary South by Multimap

Bridgemary North by Multimap

Gosport by Streetmap

Town & Stoke Road by Streetmap

Haslar by Streetmap

Clayhall by Streetmap

Alverstoke by Streetmap

Leesland/Privett by Streetmap

Lee-on-Solent East by Streetmap

Lee-on-Solent West by Streetmap

Rowner South by Streetmap

Rowner North by Streetmap

Forton by Streetmap

Hardway by Streetmap

Elson by Streetmap

Bridgemary South by Streetmap

Bridgemary North by Streetmap

Photo Map from Fort Blockhouse to Town and Ferry

Find Old Maps of Gosport from this Site

Map of The Parish of Alverstoke Including The Town of Gosport 1832 - Warning the map is big so if you don’t want the delay go to separate maps.

Forton 1832

Town 1832

Alverstoke 1832

Elson Hardway 1832

Bury 1832

Privett 1832

Bridgemary 1832

Brockhurst 1832

Stokes Bay & Fort Monckton 1832

How to reach Haslar

Please let me know if there are any problems with the links or you feel more should be added, or any other change.

Ordnance Survey - Details of Maps available

Old Hampshire Maps Large selection of old maps include Gosport

We would be happy that a link to our website is included in your list. BUT: I think we have a lot more than just Greenwood to offer.  The Old Hampshire mapped site has 4 maps at 1 inch to 1 mile; Taylor 1759, Milne 1791, Ordnance Survey first series 1810s but probably editions about 1840s and Greenwood 1826. There are many other maps as well, from 1575 through to the early 19th century, showing Gosport is less detail, of course.   Martin

Gosport on the Taylor 1759 - Warning may take a while to download.

You should know about a companion site:-which is a Historical Gazetteer of Hampshire, with an entry under Gosport,and other entries for nearby places..

- I have been having a look at your website again. Specifically I was looking at the maps page and found the links to Old Hampshire Mapped etc. nice and easy to follow. I don't know if you would want to mention this, since your users are by definition online anyway, but on the Discovery Centre has a lot of old maps (C19th/ C20th) and a street name index for them so your more local users could actually get their hands on the maps. Thanks Sue Smith, Gosport Discovery Centre, Tel: 023 9252 3431 (Added 18/3/07)

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