Here are the details of maps for Nelson:
This highly detailed map covers the Lancashire weaving town of Nelson, of which author Alan Crosby asks whether it is the only important place in Britain to be named after a public house, the Lord Nelson. This is a very busy map, and coverage stretches from Charles Street and Rook Street southward to Little Marsden, and from Lomeshaye Mills eastward to Glenfield Road. The many features include the railway with station and goods station, skating rink, Lomeshaye, Bradley, Whitefield, Little Marsden, tramways, Walverden Park, Victoria Park, Carr Hall. The many mills include Lomeshaye, Spring Bank, Whitefield, Albert, Laurel Bank, Seedhill, Pendle Street, Parkfield, Vale Street Shed, Walverden Shed, Netherfield Shed, Victoria, Walverden, Bradley Shed, Throstle Nest, Bankfield, Bowling, Valley, Oak Bank, Hendon, Glenfield and Scholefield Mills. We include some extracts from an early directory.