Here are the details of maps for Radcliffe (North):
This detailed map covers a semi-rural area north of Radcliffe. The hamlet of Black Lane, on the western side of the map, is the only significant community, but several transport features provide interest as they cross the map. These include a stretch of the Manchester Bolton & Bury Canal; a stretch of the Bolton-Bury railway with Black Lane station, and stretches of the Clifton-Accrington and Whitefield-Radcliffe lines. Other features include Withins Mill, Warth Fold with Warth Mills, Healds, Black Lane Mills, tramways, Red Bank Mills, cemetery, Coney Green Colliery. On the reverse we include a 1918 commercial directory of Radcliffe, entries A-K.
The map links up with Lancashire Sheets 87.12 Bury West to the north, 87.15 Bradley Fold to the west, 88.13 Bury South to the east and 95.04 Radcliffe to the south.