• Bilston 1901 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

Staffordshire Sheet 62.16 Bilston 1901 - published 1992; introduction by Elizabeth Rees

This detailed map covers the town of Bilston, just SE of Wolverhampton. Coverage also extends southward to the northern tip of Bradley and eastward to the western tip of Moxley.

Features include GWR railway with Bilston station, stretch of LNWR railway with Bilston station, St Luke's church, Market Hall, St Leonard's church, Albert Street Iron Works, tramways, Bilston Pottery, Theatre Royal, Millfields Colliery (disused), Bilston Quarries, Capponfield Furnaces, Capponfield Iron Works, Bradley Iron & Steel Works, Bradley Field Iron Works, Bradley Lodge Colliery (disused), Fiery Holes, Atlas Bedstead Works, old coal shafts and many signs of former mining industry, Birmingham Canal etc.

 

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Bilston 1901 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition

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