Bramley 1906 217.03

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Publisher Alan Godfrey Maps
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Here are the details of maps for Bramley: Yorkshire Sheet 217.03a Bramley 1906 - published 2001; intro by Alan Godfrey. ISBN.978-1-84151-333-1 Yorkshire Sheet 217.03b Bramley 1933 - published 2010; intro by Ruth Strong. ISBN.978-1-84784-374-6 We have published two versions of this map, showing how the area developed across the years. This detailed map covers much of Bramley, just west of Leeds, and extends west to cover the eastern fringe of Stanningley and a small portion of Pudsey. Coverage stretches from Pudsey's Low Town station eastward to Lower Town Street in Bramley. Stanningley Road runs across the map with tramway. The GNR railway also runs across it, with Bramley station, and Stanningley Junction is at the west of the map; the Pudsey & Low Moor Branch is shown as far as Low Town station Pudsey. Features include Priestley Mill, cricket ground, Swinnow HouseLowtown, Wharrals, Intake Road at Pudsey; St Thomas church, Stanningley Park, Swinnow at Stanningley; Bradley Hill, Bramley Brick Works, Swinnow Moor; Elmfield Mill, Victoria Mills, Ashcroft Mill, New Scarbro, football ground at Bramley; and Park Quarries, Tannery Yard, Hare Park Mill, Hough End Tannery, Hough End, Holy Trinity church in SE quarter of map. The 1906 map includes street directory entries for Stanningley Road, Swinnow Lane/Road, Town Street Bramley, Town Street Stanningley on the reverse. The 1933 map includes 1938 entries for a selection of roads, including Bramley Place/Terrace, Hough Lane, Swinnow, Swinnow Ave/Drive/Lane/St/Terrace.