Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Yorkshire
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Shipley High Moor, West Bradford in 1922
Sheet 201. 14. 1922
1:2500 scale maps show individual houses & gardens, roads, lanes & footpaths, farms, post offices, libraries, railways and stations, parks, recreation grounds, football & cricket grounds, reservoirs, viaducts, aqueducts, wells, springs, etc. Many, but not all, places/buildings are named. Fields are marked with the parish plot number and the area in acres. All boundaries, from parish upwards, are marked.
These unique maps originally belonged to Smith, Gotthardt & Co. of Bradford, Land Agents & Surveyors. The majority have fascinating hand-written additions referring to works and surveys carried out by the company approx. 1893 to 1920's.
|DETAILS SPECIFIC TO THIS MAP:
Shipley (south), Shipley High Moor, Noon Nick, Bradford (west), Heaton Moor, Sandy Lane, Greenwood Park, Swain Royd Lane Bottom, Chellow Heights.
Sites of shafts added in the Noon Nick area, including some under houses, and houses built over an old quarry. The houses are also numbered.
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A brand new modern reprint of the uncleaned original map
SCALE: 21" to the mile, slightly reduced from the original 25"/mile
PRINTED AREA: 33 x 24 inches
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