Plan of Singapore Town and Adjoining Districts from Actual Survey by John Turnbull Thomson, Governor Surveyor
This map shows the demarcation and development of Singapore town and land use of its adjoining districts. This is the most detailed map of Singapore’s town of the time that is known (two editions 1844 and 1846 Map shows district boundaries, physical landscape, land use, public buildings, types of buildings, villages, nutmeg trees, pepper and gambier plantations, sugar plantations, coconut trees, fruit trees, vegetable gardens, forest, water mill, swamps, coral reefs, Chinese burial grounds, mosques, tombs of Malayan Princes, Bugis Village, Tanjong Pagar Village, Joss House, Temenggong's residence, Residence of the Sultan of Johore, Mount Palmer, Mount Wallich, Mount Erskine, Scotts Hill, Fort Fullerton, Singapore River, Kallang River, Geylang River, Rochor River, Toa Payoh (Toah Pyoh), Rochore, Kallang, Paya Lebar (Pyah Laebar), Siglap, Geylang (Gaylang), Tanglin, Claymore, Tanjong Pagar, Telok Blangah (Tulluh Blangan) and others
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Surveyed by J. T. (John Turnbull) Thomson, Government Surveyor, Straits Settlements
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