Newcastle-under-Lyme Board of Health Drainage Works Plan - Sheet 5

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Date:1852 - 1853 (c.)

Description:These plans were drawn up by Lee and Stevenson, Civil Engineers from London in 1853.

They show the proposed new drainage for the Newcastle-under-Lyme area in accordance with the Public Health Act 1848.

They are tracings based on the Ordnance Survey maps which were drawn up under the supervision of Captain Andrew Beatty in 1851.

Places shown on this plan include Lower Street, Post Office Yard, Ford's yard, High Street, Hick Street, Hassell's Street, Market Street, Ironmarket, lad lane, Merrial Street, Garden Street, Scott Street and Bagnall Street.

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Creators: Civil Engineers - Creator

Image courtesy of: Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council

Donor ref:NM.2017.220.17 (R) (22/35095)

Source: Brampton Museum and Art Gallery, Newcastle under Lyme

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