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 Treeton:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 295.07 Treeton & Orgreave Colliery 1901 - published 2001; intro by Melvyn Jones. ISBN.978-1-84151-284-6

    This detailed map is centred on the village of Treeton, a few miles east of Sheffield. Features here include the Midland Railway with station, St Helen's church, Treeton House, Bolehill Row, New Bole Hill, Treeton Colliery, with Treeton Colliery Railway. Spa House and Burnt Wood are to the east, and Treeton Grange to the SE. Orgreave Colliery is in the SW corner, part of Catcliffe (incl station ) in the NW corner. Other features on the map include the GCR Treeton Colliery Branch, Mill House, Treeton Mill. On the reverse we include 1902 directory entries for Catcliffe and Treeton, plus a 1916 Midland Railway timetable for the Sheffield-Treeton-Chesterfield line.


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