Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Wolverhampton
These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction.
They are available through our On-line Mapshop
Here are details of the map for Wednesfield:
Staffordshire 62.08a Willenhall (NW) & Wednesfield 1901 - published 1997; intro by Horace Davis. ISBN.978-0-85054-863-1
Staffordshire 62.08b Willenhall (NW) & Wednesfield 1913 - published 2021; intro by Barrie Trinder. ISBN.978-0-85054-863-1
We have published two versions of this map, showing how the area changed across the years. Each covers the area from Wednesfield
(in the top left corner) to part of Willenhall (in bottom right corner). Much of the map is surprisingly empty of housing but littered with old coal
Features include Bentley Canal, Midland Railway Walsall-Wolverhampton line with Wednesfield and Willenhall stations, Merrill's Hole Colliery (disused), Neachell Hall Colliery, Bull Plack Colliery, Trentham Colliery (disused),
short stretch of Grand Junction line, Neachell Farm, March End. At Wednesfield features include St Thomas church, chocolate & confectionery works, Colour Works, Rookery Bridge, Church Bridge, Merrill's Hall. At Willenhall features include Little London area.
The map links up with Staffordshire sheets 62.07 Wolverhampton NE to the west,
63.05 Willenhall NE to the east and 62.12 Willenhall SW to the south.
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