Here are the details of maps for Mossley:
This detailed map gives good coverage of Mossley, a cotton mill town which was important enough to become a borough in 1885.
Features include both railways with Mossley station, Buckton Castle site, Micklehurst, Brook Bottom, Roughtown, Bottoms, Mossley Brow, numerous mills including Britannia Mills, Woodend Mills, Albert Mill, Waterton Mill, Albion Mill, Victoria Mill and many more, St George's church, St John's church, All Saints church, football ground, Market Place, tramways and depot, Mossley Cross, Town Hall, Highfield House, River Tame, Huddersfield Canal etc. A 1918 directory is included on the reverse.
The map links up with Lancashire Sheets 97.12 Lydgate to the north and 105.04 Mossley South to the south.