North Fleet, Kent
1 : 10560 .Fields are coloured brown where cultivated, and green or blank if untilled., Stonework buildings or structures are drawn in red ink,at the major settlements of North Fleet and Gravesend. Infilled or blocked areas of black or sepia ink depict structures or buildings made from impermanent materials such as wood.,A great deal of care has been taken in the drawing of the field boundaries, with individual,bushes and hedges depicted.
1 : 21120 This is a roughly drawn field sketch of the north bank of the Thames, extending from West Thurrock, at the bottom, to Great Warley, at the top. The plan is made up of about 13 irregularly cut pieces of paper watermarked "1794". Some mismatch of detail is noticeable along the edges where the sheets have been joined, and the orientation of the lettering on the component parts is varied. Trigonometrical stations, from which the surveyors took angular readings, are marked 'flag', notably at 'Bulvan Fenn' and just above the low water mark for the Thames. Verron, Charles