Bury St Edmunds
The landscape here still reflected its medieval character in the early nineteeth century, as is seen through the dominance of named common fields, heaths and warrens. Eldon Field, Downham Warren, and Cutford Heath are just a few of the large labelled tracts of land appearing on this map. Stanley, William.
1 : 31680 This is an original protraction of the Suffolk coastline, running inland,from Orford Ness,,on the right,,to Hasketon and Wickham., The various traverses (single lines surveyed from different points),are distinguished by colour: red, blue, yellow, light brown and dark brown. ,These skeleton protraction lines,form the first plottings from the field book of the area., At the bottom right, the plan is annotated in blue with the date of the traverse and the,corresponding page numbers in the field book. Metcalf, Edward B