Wavertree & Broadgreen 1905 - Lancashire Sheet 106.16
STEVE GARTON GENEALOGY - GODFREY EDITION OLD ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS
WAVERTREE & BROADGREEN 1905 - LANCASHIRE SHEET 106.16
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 area of east Liverpool around Wavertree and Broad Green. Coverage stretches from Stevenson Street eastward to Rocky Lane, and from Binns Road southward to Fir Lane. Features include Victoria Park, east Wavertree, Wavertree Nook, Broad Green, Olive Mount, Oak Vale Park, Sandown Park, Olive Mount Junction, Broad Green station, Rathbone Road goods station, Pighue Lane Junction, St Mary's church, Sandown Hall, Wavertree Green, School for Blind Children, Cottage Homes, Broad Green Hall, Rocky Lane Farm, Childwall Priory, Hillside Farm, tramways, etc. The eastern half of the map, around Childwall Road and Broad Green Road, is surprisingly rural. On the reverse we include street directory entries for Binns Road, Broad Green Road, Chestnut Grove, Wavertree High Street, Orford Street, Rathbone Road, Sandown Lane.
This map links up with sheet 106.12 Old Swan to the north, 106.15 Edge Hill to the west, 107.13 Childwall to the east, 113.04 Allerton to the south.
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