Queensbury Map 1932
£5.00 – £12.00
This Queensbury Map 1932 covers the equivalent area shown in the modern day Queensbury map below
This Special Edition map is a composite produced from 4 separate maps of the 216 Yorkshire County series maps from 1932. They have carefully been blended together and re-positioned so that Queensbury is now shown in its full glory on just one map. These works have been lovingly created by hard work and with a little Photoshop magic!!
The image shown here of the Queensbury Map 1932 is a low resolution copy with a watermark. The purchase edition is a high resolution 11068 by 7828 pixels and of course carries no watermark! The snippet gives a true indication of the quality and resolution of this work.
This map is a must for all lovers of Queensbury!
This 1932 map includes the following areas of interest amongst others:
●Black Dyke Mills
●Queensbury Railway Station and both tunnels
●Holy Trinity Church
●Old Raggalds Inn
●Hazel Hirst Quarries
●Shibden Head Brewery
●Amblerthorn Fire Clay Works
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