Stockton-on-tees & Thornaby 1914 - Durham Sheet 50.16b

Stockton-on-tees & Thornaby 1914 - Durham Sheet 50.16b

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STEVE GARTON GENEALOGY - GODFREY EDITION OLD ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS

STOCKTON 1914 - DURHAM SHEET 50.16b

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.

We have published two versions of this map, showing how the area changed across the years. The maps cover much of the centre of Stockton plus a portion of its neighbour across the Tees, Thornaby. Coverage stretches from Hartburn Bridge and Lustring Beck eastward to Thornaby station, and from Wellington Street southward to Peel Street in Thornaby.

Features include much of Stockton town centre, including the Town Hall, Market Place, Holy Trinity church, Thistle Green, Exchange Hall. Industrial features include Moor Steel & Iron Works, Parkfield Works, much of Bowesfield Iron Works, NER Goods station, Castle Moat ship yard, Corporation Quay. Transport features include tramways, many wharves and landing stages, various railway lines including Bowesfield Junction, tramway depot. Other features include Ropner Park. Features in Thornaby (in Yorkshire) include the station, South Stockton Iron Works, Stafford Pottery, Market Hall, George Street area, Bonlea Foundry, Teesdale Iron Works, Cleveland Flour Mills, part of Thornaby Iron Works, Thornaby shipbuilding yard, South Stockton Ship Yard etc

The map links up with Sheets 50.12 Stockton North to the north.

It will be posted in a board backed envelope to ensure it reaches you in perfect condition.

NB: We are unable to do searches of maps. We stock almost 3000 maps covering the UK and unfortunately do not have the "local" knowledge of the area concerned and trying to find specific streets etc is a bit like looking for a needle in a haystack unless you know where to look. All our maps have descriptions of the area shown so we suggest a bit of research should be able to narrow it down.