1893 Guiseley map – Special Edition
£12.00 – £14.00
This 1893 Guiseley Map – Special Edition covers the equivalent area shown in the modern day Guiseley map below
This 1893 Guiseley map is a composite produced from 4 separate maps of the 187 Yorkshire County series maps from 1893. They have carefully been blended together and re-positioned so that Guiseley is now shown in its full glory on just one map. This work have been lovingly crafted by hard work and with a little Photoshop magic!! It covers a wide area but maintains a high level of detail. Guiseley in the late 1800s was a flourishing “textile town” as attested to on this map with the numerous mills and the railway servicing the need for raw materials.
This product uses premium 180gsm paper and the finest quality inks that do not smudge or fade. Would form a fine centrepiece for any room and looks stunning mounted (as illustrated).
The image shown here of the 1893 Guiseley Map is a low resolution copy with a watermark. The purchase edition is a high quality image and of course carries no watermark! The snippets of St. Oswald’s Church, Guiseley Town Hall and Netherfield Mill give a true indication of the quality and resolution of this work.
This map is a must for all people who love Guiseley !
This 1893 map includes the following areas of interest amongst others:
● Albion Dye Works
● The White Cross Hotel
● Nunroyd Mills
● St. Oswald’s Church
● Guiseley Railway station
● Ings Mill
● Kelcliffe Mount
● Hallamfield Works
● Nether Moor Boot Factory
A1 print, A2 print