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Ordnance Survey Map, Kelvin area of Sheffield, 1889
This map features:
Top left: River Don, Clifton Hotel Public House, Wood Street, Lime Street, Bertha Street, Stone Road, Thirza Street, Gertrude Street, Flora Street, Langsett Road, Tramway, Barrack Lane, Balaclava Road, Whitehouse Lane, Old Barrack Tavern.
Top right: River Don, Stone Road, West Don Place, Toledo Steel Works [John Henry Andrew and Company], Neepsend Gas Works, Gasometer, Neepsend Lane, Victoria Hotel Public House, Parkwood Road.
Bottom left: Langsett Road, Tramway, Barrack Lane, Balaclava Road, Whitehouse Lane, Strong Arm Brewery, West Don Street, Lock Street, Lock Street Foundry, School, Playground, Smithy, Grapes Inn, George IV Public House, The Queen Public House, Woollen Street, Infirmary Road, Watkin Road, Edith Lane, Edith Street, Methodist Chapel [Robert Street Wesleyan Reform Chapel], Carnarvon Street, Woollen Lane, Kelvin Street, Kelvin Goose Public House, Robert Street.
Bottom right: River Don, Stone Road, West Don Street, Lock Street, Lock Street Foundry, [Philadelphia] School, Playground, Bacon Island, West Don Place, West Don Terrace, Mill Dam, Cross Gilpin Street, Gilpin Street, Gilpin Lane, Don Terrace, [Leadbeater and Scott] St. Mary Works, Old Light Horseman Public House, [Crownshaw Chapman and Co] Don Saw Works, Bath Steel Works, Philadelphia Mill, School, Playground, Artisan Works, Cross Bedford Street.
Dimensions of original 77 x 102 cm.
Scale 10.56 feet : 1 mile [1:500].
From an original at Sheffield Libraries: q00036 (sheet number 294.3.24)
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Featured 1889 Image
William Arrol (1830-1913)
William Arrol (1830-1913) Scottish civil engineer: built second Tay Railway Bridge (1882-1887), Forth Railway Bridge (1883-1890) and Tower Bridge, London (1886-1894). Engraving
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Bridge, British, Civil, Engineer, Forth Railway, Scottish, Tower Bridge