Here are the details of maps for Seaton Sluice:
This detailed map has extra value for the 1920 map is included on the reverse, showing how the area developed across the years. The main map covers the once important port of Seaton Sluice, with its famous man-made cut into the harbour. The village is small and features include Seaton Burn, Rocky Island, Seraton lodge, Lookout Farm, Mausoleum, Hasting's Pit and Astley Arms Inn. On the reverse we include the 1920 map, on slightly different sheetlines, and this covers Seaton Sluice itself, including Rocky Island, King's Arms Inn, Waterford Arms Hotel, Seaton Lodge. However, this map extends further south and includes Collywell Bay, Hartley village, the NER Collywell Bay Branch, amd ropute of old wagonway.
The map links up with Sheet 81.06 New Hartley to the west, 81.12 Hartley to the south.