Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Teesside

  • 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 South Bank:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 6.12 South Bank & Grangetown (North) 1927 - published 2004; intro by John Griffiths. ISBN.978-1-84151-701-8

    This detailed map will delight all who are interested in industrial archaeology for it is dominated by steel and iron works. The LNER railway runs west-east across the map and on its south side are Cleveland Iron Works, Cleveland Steel Works and the disused Clay Lane Iron Works, showing full track layout of sidings etc, travelling cranes, blast furnaces, and other detail. On the north side are South Bank Iron Works, several Slag Works, disused salt works, a Slag Reduction Works, Eston Sheet & Galvanizing Works, and River Tees Dockyard with dry docks. Grangetown station and the east end of South Bank station are included. Much of the town of South Bank is included bottom left, with closely packed terraces, Normanby Road, Nelson Street, St John's church, King George's Square, etc. The northern part of Grangetown is included bottom right with Bessemer Street, Market Square, Literary Institute, Cleveland House; coverage extends south to Bolckow Road and St Matthew's church. On the reverse we include a 1905 directory for South Bank and Grangetown.

    The map links up with Yorkshire Sheets 6.11 Cargo Fleet to the west.

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