Here are the details of maps for Blackhill & Shotley Bridge:
This very detailed map covers Blackhill and Shotley Bridge, on the north side of Consett. The map is double-sided to provide maximum coverage. The main map covers Blackhill, with coverage stretching from Cutlers Hall Road and Bridge Hill eastward to Medomsley Road; and from Consett Park and the northern tip of the Consett Iron Works northward to Benfieldside. The centre of Shotley Bridge, by the river, is in the extreme NW corner. Features include the station, St Cuthbert's church, Benfieldside House, Benfieldside Cemetery, Durham Road, No 1 Farm, hosiery factory. On the reverse we include a large section of adjacent sheet 11.06 taking coverage further north and this includes much of Shotley Bridge, including Shotley Bridge station, Whinny House, Snow's Green, Shotley Park, Shotley House. It also includes Shotley Bridge Spa, visited by up to 60,000 people a year in the 1890s. Earlier, in the late 16th and 17th centuries, German immigrants had established sword making businesses in Shotley Bridge, and into the 19th centuries many houses bore inscriptions regarding the German families.
The map links up with Sheets 11.11 Leadgate to the east, and 11.14 Consett to the south.