Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Lancashire

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  • Here are the details of maps for Fazakerley:

  • Lancashire Sheet 99.15 Fazakerley 1906 - published 1998; intro by Naomi Evetts. ISBN.978-0-85054-983-6

    This detailed map covers the Fazakerley area, and a northerly part of Walton on the Hill, on the outskirts of Liverpool. Coverage stretches from Rice Lane and Walton Vale eastward to Higher Lane Farm, and from Sandy Lane southward to Firdale Road. Features include Everton Cemetery, part of City Hospital, Fazakerley Annexe, Birch Tree House, Rosebank Farm, Hartley's Village and Hartley's Jam Factory, tramways, stretch of Cheshire Lines Railway with Fazakerley North Junction and MR Bootle Goods Branch, Donard Lodge, Knowles House, stretch of LYR railway with east end of Preston Road station, etc. On the reverse we include a selection of street directory entries, incl Cedar Road, Fazakerley Road, Higher Lane, Long Lane, Longmoor Lane, Second Avenue, Walton Vale, Warbeck Moor.

    This map links up with sheet 99.11 Aintree to the north, 99.14 Bootle North to the west, 106.03 Walton on the Hill to the south.


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    The Godfrey Edition / godfreyedition@btinternet.com / 5 Feb 2011