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  • Here are the details of maps for Lostock Hall:

  • Lancashire Sheet 69.06 Lostock Hall & Farington (North) 1909 - published 2005; intro by David Hunt. ISBN.978-1-84151-741-4

    This detailed map covers the Lostock Hall area and also the northern section of Farington. Coverage stretches from Moss Lane Farm eastward to Lostock Fold, and from Tardy Gate southward to Fowler Lane Bridge. The railways are a major feature, including Lostock Hall station, engine shed, Farington station, Farington Fork, Farington Curve, Lostock Hall Connecting Line and many sidings etc in addition to main line. Other features include Lostock Hall itself, Cuerden Green Mills, Lostock Hall Mill, Woodcock Hall, Cuerden Green, St Paul's church Farington, Tardy Gate Mill, etc. A 1918 directory of Lostock Hall is included on the reverse together with a railway timetable for the Liverpool to Preston service.

    The map links up with Sheet 69.10 Farington to the south.


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