Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Yorkshire

  • 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 Ferrybridge:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 235.09 Ferrybridge 1905 - published 1990; intro by John Goodchild. ISBN.978-0-85054-366-7

    This detailed map covers the centre and northern part of Ferrybridge, well known as an important stop on the Great North Road, but also busy as a transhipment point where the Knottingley & Goole Canal joins the River Aire. Coverage of this map runs from the station northward to Low Street, Brotherton. Features include the canal and Ferrybridge Lock, the actual Ferry Bridge, St Andrew's church, West Riding Pottery, Australian Pottery, Ferrybridge Pottery, The Square, Fishergate, Town's Street, Strangland Lane, Holmfield Lane, Fryston Cottage. By way of contrast, on the reverse we include a large section of the earlier edition of this map, showing how the area looked in 1890. Directories of Ferrybridge and New Fryston are also included.

    The map links up with sheet 235.13 Ferrybridge South to the south.


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