Here are the details of maps for Kirkstall:
This detailed map covers the Kirkstall area of Leeds. The village of Kirkstall is near the centre of the map and shown in detail; features include St Stephen's church, Savins Mill, Commercial Road, Bridge Road, Abbey Mills, Kirkstall Abbey, Abbey House, Crooked Acres, tanneries, Kirkstall Bridge. East of the map is a stretch of the NER Leeds Northern railway with Headingley station. The River Aire runs through the map and west of it is the Midland Railway with Kirkstall station. Other features there include a good stretch of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal, Kirkstall Brewery, Toads Hole Wood, Kirkstall Hall; several streets are being laid out for building between Bramley Hill and Raynville Road. Lincroft Gardens is in the SW corner of the map, Kirkstall Forge in the NW corner. This is a nice varied map, with industry, railways, canal, tramways as well as ongoing housing development and, of course, the romantic ruins of Kirkstall Abbey. We include a good selection of street directory entries on the reverse.
The map links up with Sheets 202.12 Horsforth Woodside to the north, 202.15 Bramley North & Rodley to the west, 203.13 Headingley to the east, and 217.04 Armley to the south.
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