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Ordnance Survey Map, sheet no. Yorkshire No. 294.4.23

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Ordnance Survey Map, sheet no. Yorkshire No. 294.4.23
Sheffield_Burngreave
1851-1899

This map features:

Top left: Buckenham Road, Ditchingham Road, Catherine Road, Granville Street, Grimesthorpe Road, Bressinghham Road, Ellesmere Road, Clun Road, Petre Street, Buckenham Street, Ditchingham Street, School (Boys and Girls), Playground (x2), Temperance Hall, The Garden Cottage Hotel Public House, Tea Garden Terrace, Burngreave House.

Top right: Sutherland Street, Petre Street, Maxwell Street (added in pencil), Writtle Street (added in pencil), Babur Road (added in pencil), Cossey Road (added in pencil), Buckenham Street, Ditchingham Street, [Wesleyan] School (Boys and Girls), [Maxwell Street], Playground (x2), Earsham Street, Thorndon Road, Forncett Street, [Wesleyan] School (Girls), Buckenham Street.

Bottom left: Grimesthorpe Road, Bressinghham Road, Ellesmere Road, Clun Road, Vestry Hall [Burngreave Vestry Hall] Burngreave Road, corner of Grimesthorpe Road, Somerville House, Westbourne House, West Riding Police Station, Burngreave Villas, The Villa, Brunswick Road, Andover Street, Free Library [Burngreave Library], [Wicker] Congregational Church, junction of Ellesmere Road and Burngreave Road School (Boys and Girls), Playground, Earsham Street, Kirk Street, Gower Street, Sorby Street, Clun Street, Gower Arms Public House, Ellesmere Road Post Office.

Bottom right: Earsham Street, Kirk Street, Gower Street, Sorby Street, Clun Street, Thorndon Road, Forncett Street, Carlisle Street East, Carlisle Works, Sutherland Street, Cyclops Works [Charles Cammell and Co. Ltd], Carlisle Street, Norfolk Arms Public House, Sunday School, Methodist Wesleyan Reform Chapel, Gower Street.

Dimensions 77 x 102 cm.

Scale 10.56 feet : 1 mile [1:500].

Original at Sheffield City Archives.

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