Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Leeds

  • 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 Meanwood:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 203.09 Meanwood & Far Headingley 1906 - published 1996; intro by G C Dickinson. ISBN.978-978-0-85054-790-0

    This detailed map covers the Meanwood area on the north side of Leeds. The northern part of Headingley, around St Chad's church, Otley Road and Moor Road, is in the bottom left corner and coverage extends north to Meanwood Hall, eastward to Carr Manor. The scattered communities across the map include Weetwood, Meanwood, Myrtle Square and Hill Top, Bentley. Features on what was still a semi-rural landscape include Holy Trinity church, Meanwood Tanneries, Weetwood Dye & Print Works, Bardon Hill, Bardon Grange, tramways terminating at Far Headingley and Bentley, Meanwood Quarry. Carr Manor and Meanwood Hall stand in extensive grounds. On the reverse we include a good selection of street directory entries for the area.


    The map links up with Sheets 202.12 Horsforth Woodside to the west, 203.10 Chapel Allerton to the east, and 203.13 Headingley to the south.


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