Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Lancashire
These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction.
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Here are the details of maps for Rawtenstall:
Lancashire Sheet 72.09 Rawtenstall 1908 - published 1997; intro by Keith Burrows. ISBN.978-0-85054-926-3
This detailed map covers the Lancashire town of Rawtenstall, with coverage stretching from Laund and Higher Constable Lee southward to Longholme Mill, and from
Oak Mount and Osborne Terrace eastward to Lower Clough Fold. Features include cemetery, Constable Lee, Collinge Fold, Chapel Hill, Leebrook Mill, bleach works,
Doldrum Farm, tramways, Oakenhead Wood, Hazel Head Farm, Lower Mill, cattle market, railway with Rawtenstall station (foot of map) and Clough End station (east margin),
Hex Mill, Albion Mill, Hall Carr Mill, Victoria Works (SE corner), St Mary's church, Spring Side, Whitaker Park etc. A directory of Rawtenstall is included on
The map links up with Lancashire sheet 71.12 Haslingden to the west
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