Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Lancashire

  • 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 Seaforth:

  • Lancashire Sheet 99.13 Bootle Docks & Seaforth 1907 - published 1989; intro by Mike Greatbatch. ISBN.978-1-85054-245-5

    This detailed map is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map, sheet 99.13, covers much of Seaforth, together with part of north Bootle, including Linacre Ward. Coverage stretches from the coast inland to Salisbury Road, and from Narrowby Road southward to Aber Street. Features include Seafield Convent, Seaforth Hall, St Thomas church, Overhead Railway, LYR railway with Seaforth Sands station, Fazakerley & North Mersey Branch, LYR Liverpool-Southport line with Seaforth station, north part of Alexandra & Langton Docks goods station, St Leonard's church, tramways, Arley House, Bowersdale Park etc. On the reverse we include adjacent sheet 106.01 which extends coverage southward to include some of the docks: Hornby Dock, Alexandra Dock, Langton Dock, Brocklebank Dock, Overhead Railway with several stations, Bootle Borough Hospital, Langton Graving Docks, LNWR Alexandra Dock Goods Station, St Mary's church, North Mersey & Alexandra Docks Goods Station etc.

    This map links up with sheets 99.09 Waterloo to the north, 99.14 Bootle North and 106.02 Bootle to the east.


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