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 Audenshaw (East):

  • Lancashire Sheet 105.10 Guide Bridge 1918 - published 1992; intro by Chris Makepeace. ISBN.978-0-85054-499-2

    This detailed and busy map covers the the eastern part of Audenshaw and then crosses the River Tame to include part of Dukinfield in Cheshire. Railways are dominant features, for the map includes Guide Bridge station and its various junctions, plus Dewsnap Sidings, the Great Central Carriage and Wagon Works, Brookside Sidings; also the LNWR lines running through and by-passing Guide Bridge, incl Hooley Hill station. Other features include Peak Forest Canal, Shepley Bridge, Shepley Hall, Dukinfield Hall, Old Hall Mill, Dukinfield Town Hall, St Luke's church, St Mark's church, Chapel Field Ropery, Barnmeadow Works, Guide Mills, Oxford Mills, tramways, Birch Mills, St Stephen's church, several other mills, Boothcote Farm, Guide Bridge Mills, New Moss Colliery, Guide Bridge Iron Works etc. On the reverse we include a contemporary directory for Dukinfield.

    The map links up with Lancashire Sheets 105.06 Ashton under Lyne to the north, 105.09 Audenshaw to the west, 105.14 Denton to the south; also Cheshire sheet 3.09 Ashton & Dukinfield to the east.


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