Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Wolverhampton
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 Sedgley NE:
Staffordshire Sheet 67.03 Sedgley (NE) & Deepfields 1901 - published 1998; introduction by Angus Dunphy
This detailed map covers a NE area of Sedgley, with coverage extending eastward to Hurst Hill, Upper Ettingshall, and northward to Cinder Hill, Woodcross and Deepfields.
Features include Mount Pleasant, tramways, Beacon Court, St Mary's church, Priorfield Colliery, Breen Rhydding Colliery (disused), Ettingshall Colliery, Ward's Meadow Colliery, short stretch of LNWR Stour Valley Line, Birmingham Canal, Beaconhill Quarry,
Spring Vale Colliery, old coal shafts etc.We include a 1912 directory of Coseley on the reverse.
The map links up with Staffordshire sheets 62.15 Ettingshall to the north,
67.02 Penn Common to the west, 67.04 Bradley to the east, 67.07 Sedgley SE to the south.
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