The 1859 Map : Streets A - Z
These are all the named streets from a survey of 1859, the detail engraved 1863 & the map (scale 1:500) published July 1864
Burnside Place (a)
Croall's Wynd (b)
Cross Mill Wynd
Doig's Vennel (c)
East Abbey Street
East Mary Street
East Mill Wynd
East Newgate Street
Elgin Place (d)
Horner's Wynd (f)
Long Row (g)
North Newgate Street (h)
Old Shore Head
Provost's Close (i)
Rope Walk (j)
St. Mary's Street
St. Thomas Street
Stobcross Lane (k)
Wallace Street (l)
West Abbey Street
West Keptie Street
West Mary Street
West Mill Wynd
West Newgate Street
N. L. S.
NOTES : (a) Burnside Place is named as the NW side of Baker's Wynd.
(b) Croall's Wynd branches off Applegate towards, but not meeting, Provost's Close.
(c) Doig's Vennel branches off Barngreen towards, but not meeting, Bog Lane.
(d) Elgin Place perhaps is entered from High Street, opposite & just north of Kirk Wynd.
(e) Guthriehill runs NE from Ward Mill Road.
(f) Horner's Wynd will be renamed Commerce Street in 1860.
(g) Long Row runs SW from Guthrie Port almost opposite Lillies Wynd.
(h) North Newgate Street will become East Union Street (which will become Union Street East).
(i) Provost's Close runs from Gravesend to the rear of the Star Inn on High Street. It is shown, but unnamed, on the 1901 map.
(j) Rope Walk runs parallel to & just west of Lochlands Street.
(k) Stobcross Lane branches westward off the south side of Guthrie Port & connects with the north end of Orchard Street.
(l) Wallace Street is shown apparently incomplete, a N end joining Millgate Loan & a S end joining Lady Loan. It will be complete on the 1901 map.