Beeston & Beeston Hill 1905 (Yorkshire Sheet 218.09)

by  G C Dickinson

Alan Godfrey Maps

Beeston & Beeston Hill 1905  (Yorkshire Sheet 218.09)
Beeston & Beeston Hill 1905  (Yorkshire Sheet 218.09)
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Beeston & Beeston Hill 1905  (Yorkshire Sheet 218.09)
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Author G C Dickinson 


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Discover Beggars Hill; see the orginal stadium at Elland Road; find out what use to be at Red Hall Close with this detailed map covers the Beeston area of south Leeds. The right hand third of the map is very built up with the terraces and back-to-back houses of Beeston Hill, extending south to Cross Flatts Park. Coverage then extend west along Elland Road and Beeston Road, the leading to the village of Beeston itself. Here features include Beeston Hall, St Mary's church, St Anthony's Padua chapel, station (on the GNR West Yorkshire Railway), Windmill Hill, Crow Nest Farm. Other features on the map include Beeston Near Royds, Beeston Royds Mill, Crow Nest Tannery, Manor Pit, Islington, Beggars Hill, Brick & Tile Works, Cross Flats, tramways, Holbeck Cemetery, Baron Close Brick Works. On the reverse are street directory entries for Beeston Road, Cambrian Road, Malvern Road, Tempest Road. Gordon Dickinson's introduction gives an invaluable insight into the development of the area.