Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Somerset
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 Radstock:
Somerset Sheet 20.15 Radstock 1902 - published 1994; introduction by Mike Bone. ISBN.978-1-84151-245-7
This detailed map provides good coverage of Radstock and the surrounding area. Coverage stretches east
to include Writhlington and west beyond Middle Pit Colliery and Wells Road. Features include Radstock
town centre with its busy railway lines, the Collieries of Tyning, Ludlow's, Upper Writhlington and Lower Writhlington,
St Nicholas's Church, St Mary Magdalen's Church, Tramway, Radstock Mill, and Brewery.
We do not think of Somerset as an industrial county, but the Radstock map is certainly an
industrial one, with its 4 collieries, 2 wagon works, complex of railways, and miners' housing on the hillside.
The map links up with Somerset sheet 20.14 Midsomer Norton 1902.
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