Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Staffordshire

  • 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 Tipton & Bloomfield:

  • Staffordshire Sheet 67.08 Tipton 1904 - published 1989; intro by Robin Pearson. ISBN.978-0-85054-225-7

    This detailed map covers an industrial area that includes the northern part of Tipton, with coverage extending northward to Bloomfield, Tibbington, Summer Hill, Princes End,Walbrook, and westward to Foxyards Colliery. There are numerous old coal shafts and other reminders that this was once a busy coalfield.

    Features include LNWR Stour Valley line with Tipton station, GWR OWW line with Tipton and Princes End stations, Birmingham Canal (Wolverhampton Level), Foxyards Inn, Toll End Locks, Horseley Colliery (disused), Moat Colliery, several brick works, industrial tramways, Rounds Hill Colliery, Tipton UDC offices, Workhouse Lane Bridge, LNWR Princes End Branch with Princes End station, St John's church, Factory Locks, several other factories (not always named), etc.

    The map links up with Staffordshire sheets 67.04 Bradley to the north, 67.07 Sedgley SE to the west, 68.05 Great Bridge to the east, 67.12 Dudley Castle to the south.


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