Here are the details of maps for Bilston:
We have published two versions of this detailed map, showing how the area changed across the years. The 1884 version, taken from the OS First Edition, is in colour.
Most of the town of Bilston is covered on the map. Other features on the 1884 map include Bankfield Iron Works, Bradley Iron & Tin Works, Bradley Field Iron Works, Regent Iron Works, Bradley Lodge Colliery, Fiery Holes, Barbor's Field Furnaces, Capponfield Iron Works, Factory Iron Works, Bilston Quarries, Bilston Foundry, Bovereux Furnaces (disused), The Lune, Mount Pleasant area, town centre with individual buildings shown, tramway, Birmingham Canal, GWR railway with station, GWR (OWW Branch) with station, Broad Lanes Colliery, Finneywell Colliery, Lunt Colliery, Town Hall, Market Place etc.
The 1901 map covers the same area at a later stage, showing some expansion of the town but many of the factories now disused. A very large number of Old Coal Shafts are shown.
The map links up with Staffordshire sheets 62.12 Willenhall SW to the north, 62.15 Ettingshall to the west, 63.13 Darlaston to the east, 67.04 Bradley to the south.
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Maps in the Godfrey Edition are taken from the 25 inch to the mile map and reduced to about 15 inches to the mile. For a full list of maps for England, return to the England page.Alan Godfrey Maps, Prospect Business Park, Leadgate, Consett, Co Durham, DH8 7PW / email@example.com / 2 August 2011