Horsforth Woodside & West Park 1906 - Yorkshire Sheet 202.12

Horsforth Woodside & West Park 1906 - Yorkshire Sheet 202.12

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STEVE GARTON GENEALOGY - GODFREY EDITION OLD ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS

HORSFORTH WOODSIDE & WEST PARK 1906 - YORKSHIRE SHEET 202.12

These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction and many include extracts of directories, local transport timetables and additional maps.

This detailed map covers the Horsforth Woodside and West Park area of north Leeds, still semi-rural in 1906 but with signs of development at West Park and, further west, by Hawksworth Wood. Horsforth Woodside is in the top left corner and features here include the Woolpack Inn, Paradise Place, Woodside Tannery, Horsforth Mill, Woodside Mill, Springfield Rope Works, Butcher Hill, Fillingfir Thicks. South of the village are White Hall Quarries and Hawksworth Wood. The NER Leeds Northern line runs north-south through the map, and Horsforth Brick Works and Hawksworth Quarry are either side of it. To the east is the new development of West Park with Spen Lane running through the map. Other features include Kirkstall Grange, Spen Lane Farm, Old Oak Farm, Moor Grange, Headingley Bleach Works, Weetwood Hall, Weetwood Mount, Weetwood Grange, Spenfield and part of Weetwood Park. A directory of Woodside is on the reverse.

The map links up with Sheets 202.11 Horsforth to the west, 203.09 Meanwood to the east, and 202.16 Kirkstall to the south.

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