Staffordshire Sheet 71.08 Cradley Heath & Old Hill 1901 - published 1995; introduction by Robin Pearson
This detailed map covers Old Hill and the northern part of Cradley Heath; it also includes a portion of Worcestershire (sheet 4.08) around Dudley Wood. Coverage stretches from Whitehall Road eastward to Waterfall Lane, and from Saltwells Road and Primrose Bridge southward to Grainger's Lane.
Features include Cradley Heath town centre with High Street, Lomey Town, St Luke's church, Newtown area; Old Hill with Holy Trinity church, Reddal Hill area, Trinity Hall, Riddings Colliery (disused), Bearmore Colliery (disused), Black Waggon Colliery (disused), Providence Chain Works, Cherry Orchard area; also Hadenhill Colliery (disused), GWR Stourbridge Extension with Old Hill station, GWR Netherton & Halesowen Branch, Waterfall Lane Colliery (disused), Pearson's Colliery, Powkelane Sawmills, Oldhill Colliery, Oldhill Iron Works, Eagle Colliery, Dudley Canal, Fly Colliery, Mouse Street area, gas works, Tiger Works, Bowling Green, Dudley Wood area, Saltwells Colliery, Netherton Foundry, tramways, Spring Hill House, Saltwells Basin. On the reverse we include a directory of Cradley Heath.
Cradley Heath and Old Hill 1901 - Old Ordnance Survey Maps - The Godfrey Edition
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