The map's title appears to be "Part of Hamilton". It appears as if a portion of the eastern side of the map may have been cut short. The map outlines an area in Hamilton's north end, near the West Harbour and the current CN Railway Company yard. Streets listed are Stratchan Street, Stuart Street, Bay Street, Fawcott Street [now nonexistant], and Tiffany Street [still in existence but its northern section has been replaced by the CN tracks]. Burlington Bay figures prominently on the map; a curved line roughly indicates the location of the shoreline. The scale is found in the bottom right-hand corner in linear form, showing 1 inch as approximately 64 feet. Located in the vicinity of this map are the following sites: Bayfront Park and the Custom House on Stuart Street [now the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre].