Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Derbyshire

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  • Here are the details of maps for New Mills (Newtown):

  • Derbyshire Sheet 8.02 New Mills (Newtown) 1896 - published 1996; intro by Derek Brumhead & Roger Bryant. ISBN.978-0-85054-829-7

    This detailed map covers parts of Derbyshire and Cheshire. It covers theNewtown area of New Mills, with coverage stretching from Market Street southward to Bankend, and westward to Shady Oak.

    Features include LNWR railway with New Mills station, Sheffield & Midland Jt Railway with station, Torn Top, Peak Forest Canal, Grove Paper Mill, Bankend, Albert Works, Warkmoor Mill, Victoria Mills, Torvale, Higher Waterside, Waterside Mill, Disley Hall (in SW corner), Knathole Wood, Torvale Mill, Rock Mills, Highlee Hall, St Mary's RC Chapel, etc.On the reverse we include a commercial directory.

    The map links up with Derbyshire sheets 5.14 New Mills North to the north, 8.03 Low Leighton to the east and Cheshire sheet 20.15 Higher Disley to the south..

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