Old Ordnance Survey Maps of County Durham
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 Burnopfield:
Co Durham Sheet 6.13 Burnopfield & The Leazes 1895 - published 2002; intro by Tom Oliphant. ISBN.978-1-84151-446-8
This very detailed map covers the village of Burnopfield, which stands on a shelf above the River Derwent, about 7 miles SW of Newcastle.
Burnopfield itself is near the centre of the map, and features include Bustybank Gasworks, Sheep Hill, Crookgate, Burnopfield House, Bryan's Leap and - of course -
each individual house. To the west is Leazes, with High Friarside, St James church, Leazes Hall, Lintz and (in the extreme SW corner) Lintz colliery.
South of Burnopfield, at the foot of the map, is Burnopfield Colliery (Hobson Pit). The Pontop & Jarrow Railway runs through the map and at the eastern edge is
a small portion of the Crookbank Wagonway and the outskirts of Byermoor.
The map links up with Sheet 6.09 Rowlands Gill to the north, 6.14 Old Marley Hill to the east and 12.01 Hobson & Tantobie to the south.
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