Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Yorkshire

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  • Here are the details of maps for Rastrick:

  • Yorkshire Sheet 246.03 Rastrick - published 2019; intro by Alan Godfrey

    This detailed map covers the busy textile village of Rastrick, across the river from Brighouse. Coverage runs from the village centre southward to Clough Lane and Badger Hill.

    Features include the village centre with individual buildings neatly shown, St Matthew's church, Rosemary Dye Works, Globe Inn, Castle Hill House, Crow Trees, Crow Trees Mill, Boothroyd, Back Braid, Croft Hollow, Badger Hill, Round Hill, Badger Hill Mills, Spout Mills, Slaid Lane Mill, Rastrick House, Holly Bank, Crow Tree Quarries, Southages Quarry, Toothill, Toothill Grange, Upper Woodhouse, Firth House, Shepherds Thorn. Extracts from an 1889 directory of Rastrick are included on the reverse.

    The map links up with Sheets 246.02 Elland to the west and 231.15 Brighouse to the north

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