Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Cumberland

  • 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 Workington (South):

  • Cumberland Sheet 53.11 Workington (South) 1923 - published 1990; intro by Anne Dick. ISBN.978-0-85054-390-2

    This detailed map of north Workington is double-sided for maximum coverage.

    The main map covers the centre of Workington, with coverage extending southward to Mossbay Road, eastward to Schoose Quarry. Features include town centre with individual buildings neatly shown, Town Hall, St John's church, Our Lady & St Michael's RC church, Banklands, cemetery, Infirmary, Jane Pit (disused), New Yard and New Yard Iron Works, Buddle Pit (disused), Workington Bridge & Boiler Works, LMSR railway with station, engine shed, Cleator & Workington line with Central station, engine shed, Drill Hall, Technical College, Workington Hall, Workington Brewery, etc.

    On the reverse we include adjacent sheet 53.10 extending coverage westward to the coast and largely comprising Derwent Iron & Steel Works with sidings, blast furnaces etc.

    The map links up with Cumberland sheet 53.07 Workington North to the north.

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