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 Kilnhurst:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 283.16 Kilnhurst 1901 - published 1989; intro by Alan Godfrey. ISBN.978-0-85054-263-3

    This detailed map covers the Yorkshire village of Kilnhurst, just north of Rotherham. The centre of the village is shown around Victoria Street and coverage extends north to Birdwell Flats and High Thorn, westward to Sandhill Farm, and east to Kilnhurst Bridge and Lodge Farm. The Midland Railway and GCR both run through the map, with stations at Kilnhurst, and between them is the Kilnhurst Cut canal. Other features include Albany Row, St Thomas church, part of the Swinton Iron & Steel Works, Kilnhurst Forge, Victoria Glass Works, Thrybergh Hall Colliery, Beechwood, Warren Vale Colliery Tramway, Holywell House, Piccadilly, Kilnhurst Pottery. On the reverse is a directory of Kilnhurst in 1902, notes from a Parish Magazine, and the poem 'Perils of the Mine' by John Veitch, a miner injured in Thrybergh Hall Colliery in 1937.


    This map links up with sheet 283.12 Swinton to the north.


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