The Society’s Archives


INDEX of PLANS and MAPS

(excluding Ordnance Survey)

Notes:

The maps are indexed by date, storage method (flat, rolled, folded or boxed) and subject matter.

Abbreviations:

[] = editorial additions and comments                    [CON 2008/9] = conserved + date
engrav. = engraver
illust. = contains significant illustration
lithog. = lithographer
photoc. = photocopy
photog. = photograph
publ. = publisher
repro. = printed reproduction
surv. = surveyor
tp = turnpike

Key to letter-codes:
A letter before the date indicates the type/location of plans/maps. [All are located in the Society’s Archive Room.]
   Maps in flat melinex wallets have no prefixed letter [located in date order on the open metal shelf unit].
   W = maps in flat wallets which are undated. [On the bottom shelf of the metal unit].
   B = small flat walleted plans/maps [in taped bundle on top of main collection of flat maps]  See also list of boxed maps.
  R = Rolled - plans/maps in cylindrical containers [on top of metal shelves]
   F = Folded - plans/maps folded in covers, slip-cases, individual cases [on wooden shelves on far side of Archive room].
   T = Tithe map [in box on wooden shelf on far side of Archive Room].
   (LL) = from the Leeds Library collection
   S = Sales Plans - SEE SEPARATE LIST
   * = see description for location

Dating:

The date given as the reference number has been provided by the plan/map itself.
If a date has been inferred from a source other than one which is integral to the map or plan itself, the source is indicated in square brackets in the course of the entry.
If the date is derived from Bonser and Nichols, Thoresby Society 47 (1960), their number is given in square brackets, e.g. [B&N 168]; if from Harold Whitaker, A Descriptive List of the Printed Maps of Yorkshire and its Ridings, 1577-1900, YAS Record Series 86 (1933), his reference number is given in square brackets, e.g. [Wh 690].

 

Plans/Maps in Wallets

(see above for abbreviations/letter codes)

Plans/Maps in Wallets

(see above for abbreviations/letter codes)

Date Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
16thC Leeds Falkingham/Lindeley 56 x 39.5
[photoc. x 2; lawsuit
repro. x 2; + article] 26.5 x 20
R16thCa Hull and environs Cotyngham, Barton, 98 x 55
[photoc. from BL] Beverlay
1577 Yorkshire [repro.] Chr. Saxton 83 x 59.5
1610 West Riding of Yorkshire John Speed 58.5 x 45.5
[repro. x 2; 1 coloured]
B1610a Eboracensis Comitatis from Camden's Christopher 40.5 x 33
pars Occidentalis vulgo Britannia Saxton and
West Riding [+ text] Will. Hole
B1610b Eboracensis Comitatis from Camden's Christopher 38 x 33
Pars Septentrionalis vulgo Britannia Saxton and
North Riding [+ text] Will. Hole
1645 West Riding of Yorkshire [Blaeu] 50.5 x 42
[+ photoc.] [Wh 83]
1645a Yorkshire [Blaeu] 59 x 46
[+ photoc.] [54 x 43.5]
1646 England & Wales [Blaeu] 63.5 x 49.5
[date assumed from next]
1646a Yorkshire from Atlas Novus; [Blaeu] 63.5 x 53
[Wh 89] maps derived Johannes Jansson,
from John Speed printer
[+ description from Camden's Britannia on reverse]
1646b West Riding of Yorkshire [Blaeu] 63 x 53
[Wh 89] as 1646a above
[+ pp.293-4 from Camden's Britannia on reverse]
1646c North Riding of Yorkshire [Blaeu] 63 x 53
[Wh 89] as 1646a above
[+ pp.305-6 from Camden's Britannia on reverse]
1662 West Riding of Yorkshire [Blaeu] 55.5 x 44
[date from attached note, but possibly 1648; enclosures]
B1670 Yorkshire [photoc.] Richard Blome 29.5 x 23.5
B1673 West Riding [photoc.] Britannia Richard Blome 37 x 29.5
[Wh 119]
1675 Road Map: York to Britannia John Ogilby 48 x 36
West Chester [x 2; 1 on card]
[badly foxed]
1676 West Riding of Yorkshire, 1610 John Speed 61 x 50.5
[Wh 123; perhaps later, Thomas Bassett
see Wh.p.42 re roads] Richard Chiswell
B1695 North Riding of Yorkshire Robert Morden 44 x 39
[Wh 139]
B1699 Yorkshire C.Saxton 86.5 x 62.5
[Wh 143] [CON 2008] P.Lea
1711 Headingley, Kirkstall
& Burley [repro.] E. of Cardigan Joseph Dickinson 86 x 59.5
[+ photocopied A4
working sheets, + negative]
[see also Multiple Rolls 1., R1711-1968 at end of list]
1711a White Cloth Hall WYMCC 57.5 x 42
98-100 Kirkgate [illust.] Archaeological Unit/
[reconstruction of 1711 building] LCC Dept of Planning
R1711b Bramley Cardigan Estate Jos. Dickinson 119.5 x 84
[not 1771, cf B&N 1] [modern MS copy]
R1711-1968 Headingley-cum-Burley [see Multiple Rolls 1., R1711-1968 at end of list]
B1724 River Aire [photoc.] Thoresby Sutton Nicholls 44.5 x 12
[B&N 5]
*1726 Leeds [repro. in blue ink] [WALLETTED John Cossins 85 x 76
[photoc. x 2; & in MS Room] 85 x 73.5
+ 1 reduced repro.: PR1726] 56 x 44.5
R1726- 1959 Leeds [see Multiple Rolls 7., R1726-1959 at end of list]
1736 Yorkshire - Roman Roads Francis Drake 64.5 x 51.5
[repro. + photoc.] Eboracum
1742 20 Miles round Leeds & Sutton Nicholls
River Aire [within mount 39.5 x 39/43]
R1742- 1854 Pontefract [see Multiple Rolls 5., R1742-1854 at end of list]
1750 West Riding dedicated to Emanuel Bowen 72.5 x 51.5
of Yorkshire Thomas 75.5 x 56.5
[2 copies; 1 mounted on Wentworth,
card, 1 on linen Marquis of
with notes by W.B.Crump] Rockingham
[+ photoc. x 2]
F1750a North Riding of Yorks. Emanuel Bowen 70 x 53.5
B1752 Leeds Bridge copy by K.Bonser 20.5 x 16.5
[pencil sketch] of sketch in Leeds
Reference Library
1757 Calder - Wakefield/Halifax John Smeaton 85 x 28.5
[photoc.]
1758 Weetwood Sir Henry Englefield   68 x 53.5
[photoc.] Mr Simpson, Mr Killingbeck, Lord Cardigan, Walter Wade, et al.
B1764 Leeds/Hunslet/Wyke/ Vicar of St Peter's 29 x 22.5
Middleton [photog. x 3] [2 x] 32.5 x 27
B1764a West Riding from Universal Magazine R.W.Seale; 23.5 x 20.5
[Wh 221] of Knowledge and Pleasure J.Hinton, publ.
R1766 New Grange, Headingley Walter Wade S.Wilkinson, 74 x 96.5
[see also W1766: repro; B1766: repro. Darlington
+ photog.;] surv.
R1768 Farnley [photoc.] Edward Armitage 102 x 54.5
R1768a Farnley [photoc. William Danby 100.5 x 31.5
in 2 parts] 100 x 66.5
B1770 Leeds [cf B1775a & B1792] Robert Sayer & 25 x 20.5
John Bennett
F1771 Yorkshire [slip-case, leather] T.Jefferys 292 x 232
[inset plan of Leeds, etc.] [CON 2008/9] [8 x 29]
R1771/5 Yorkshire [repro.; booklet Thomas Jefferys
of 23 pages,
Harry Margary, 1973] 71 x 64
1772 River Aire/proposed [Leeds-Liverpool canal 81 x 42
canal - Leeds to Selby 'now making']
F1775 England & Wales - post Carte d'Angleterre John Rocque 53.5 x 53.5
roads [cased]   [CON 2008/9]
B1775a Leeds [repro. 1878 - central J.Dodgson [Thomas Jefferys] 25.5 x 20.5
Leeds; + repro. 1900 x 2] publ. Sayer & Bennett 42 x 43.5
B1778 Potterton, nr. Barwick Edwin Lascelles &   34 x 26.5
in Elmet [estate plan Robert Denison
and descriptive notes]
[+ plan of tan yard & attached houses Pulman, surv. Leeds   28 x 20]
[all photocopies; originals in MS Box I. 2]
B1780 Methley - Manor from Mr Pape's W.Crosley 42 x 31
& Lordship [photog.] survey, 1773
[also included in 2 grey folders:
1. plan of Methley church, 1912 Sidney D.Kitson
tracing + printed copy for Thores.Soc. 35;
2. plan of Methley Hall for Thores.Soc. 37;
3. 6" O.S. CCXXXIV NW reduced - x 2]
R1781 Leeds [facsimile by John Tuke   159 x 102
[2 sheets; + 2 further copies City Engineers,   134 x 61
(2 sheets each)] W.T.Lancashire, C.E.]
B1781a Leeds [photoc.] [part of map] John Tuke 31.5 x 22.5
R1785 York /Ainsty Francis White J.Thompson 91 x 71.5
F1787 Yorkshire [incomplete: [CON 2008/9] J.Tuke 75 x 60.5
NE, NW, SW sections only] 73 x 60.5
[slip-case; Wh 264] 72.5 x 60.5
F1787a Yorkshire [including plan [CON 2008/9] J.Tuke 143 x 120
of Kingston-upon-Hull;
A.Bower, 1786]
1788 Horsforth Hall surveyed in J.Teal 75.5 x 53
[Lloyd archive March, 1788
MS Box XXV]
1791 Hunslet [photog. mounted [certified as true J.Johnson & 46.5 x 39
on card; + photoc] copy by Robert J.Sedgwick
J.Smith,1900]
1792+ Lady Lane [modern copy Free School Yard J.Teal
x 2: 1. backed with 1898 newsp.; 33.5 x 26
2. with annotations; 65.5 x 48
+ coloured tracing; 41 x 26.5
+ photoc. x 2]
B1792a Leeds [an updating 'A Plan of Leeds [? Sayer & 33 x 20.5
of B1770] in 1792' Bennett]
1794 West Riding (part) from the Trigo- William Mudge 76.5 x 59
[photoc.] nometrical Survey
*1794a England and Wales canals added up T.Kitchin, 129 x 111
to 1792 J.Phillips
[rolled in Archives - VERY FRAGILE]
1794b York, County of Emanuel Bowen 78.5 x 58
[and re-issued later] [Wh 274]
B1800 Leeds -10 Miles Round Directory T.Binns, publ. 24 x 24.5
[stuck on card] [B&N 30]
F1801/4 Yorkshire [CON 2008/9] printed for 107 x 90
[slip-case; Wh 289] C.Smith
B1802 Roundhay - Leeds & proposed new Jonathan Taylor 47 x 38.5
Harrogate tp [photoc.] road
1803 Roundhay Samuel Elam Jonathan Taylor 74 x 59.5
[photoc.] Thomas Nicholson
R1805 Farnley/Wortley/ Edward Armitage Jonathan Teal 102 x 54
Armley/Bramley [photoc.]
B1806 Leeds with modern [J.Heaton, City Engineers' 49.5 x 39
improvements [repro.] C.Livesey] Office, 1944
[+ repro. x 2 Thoresby Soc XI 32.5 x 25.5]
1810 Roundhay & Samuel Elam Esq. Jonathan Taylor 53 x 42
Potter Newton
[+ photoc. ]
R1812 Chapel Allerton Township Jonathan Taylor 110 x 94
[+ photoc. 106.5 x 92.5]
B1812a Chapel Allerton [portion of]   Jonathan Taylor 40 x 32
[+ photoc.]
1812b Leeds Coal Staithes Brandling 68 x 42
[dated from accompanying Hemingway, John Blayds,
note, c.1812; photoc.] Mr Goodman
1814 Boar Lane F.Billam Thomas Taylor 58 x 44
1814a Hunslet Lane J.Jowitt J.Crookes 64 x 47
R1814b Camp Lane Court Society of Friends J.Harford 99 x 68
1815 Leeds: 1. coloured [x 2; 1 PF/1 PW]   Netlam & 80 x 59.5
2. uncoloured Francis Giles 79.5 x 59.5
[+ 1 reduced repro. + article & typed notes]
B1815a Leathley Glebeland [photoc.]   Jonathan Taylor 30 x 21
1817 Holbeck & Hunslet Chas. Coupland John Crookes 69 x 59
1817a Wellington Road [+ photoc.] Chris. Wilson Henry Teal 54.5 x 40
 
B1817b Leeds [+ annotations] Mr. Osburn Jonathan Taylor 53 x 29.5
 
B1817c Leeds - 10 Miles Round [photoc.] [cf PW1810a] E.Baines 26 x 26.5
 
F1817 /18 Yorkshire [CON 2008/9]
[9 parts; cased]
C.Greenwood,
Mudge & Colby
72.5 x 61 each
     
F1818 Yorkshire [slip-case] John Cary 60 x 51
1819 Leeds & Headingley John Beckett Henry Teal 82 x 57
[North Hall, Burley]
B1819a Park Row Thompson & Jonathan Taylor 52 x 41
[+ photoc.] Makins 48 x 37.5
R1819+ Leeds [Benjamin Gott] Netlam &
[extended version of 1815] Francis Giles 104.5 x 62.5
R1819- Leeds - [1. Wakefield] Joshua , 85.5 x 66
1821 [2. Farnley] surveyor 85.5 x 66
[3. Bramley/Bramhope] S.I.Neale 85.5 x 66.5
[3 sheets] & Son, engrav.
F1820 Yorkshire - Ridings & Thomas Dix 73.5 x 60.5
subdivisions; roads,canals etc.   Wm. Darton, publ.
[slip-case]
1821 Leeds & Headingley John Beckett Henry Teal 84 x 54
[Burley, North Hall]
1821a Nether Mills and J.Taylor 65 x 47
Near & Far Steander
1821b Nether Mill and Charles Fowler 59 x 47
Near & Far Steander
B1821c Leeds Baines Yorkshire Ch. Fowler 38.5 x 28
[2 copies] Directory, 1822 S.I.Neele, engrav. 36 x 29
F1821d Leeds [& environs; slip-case, green]   Joshua Thorp 122 x 115
[measured 1819-21] [CON 2008/9] S.I.Neale, engrav.
[+ photoc.; PF 120 x 115]
F1821e Leeds [& environs; slip-case marbled]   Joshua Thorp 123 x 117.5
[measured 1819-21] [CON 2008/9] S.I.Neale, engrav.
[2nd copy of F1821d, with pencilled notes]
F1821f England & Wales [slip-case] [CON 2008/9] Oliver & Boyd   72 x 57
[dated from inscription]
B1822 Leeds/Doncaster turnpikes Charles Fowler 33 x 20
[illust.; + photoc.] R.D.Chantrell
1822a Yorkshire: E & N Ridings Baines History C.Fowler   53 x 42.5
[+ plans of Hull, York, & Directory Alfred Smith
Leeds, Sheffield & tables of distances; bound boards, detached]
1822b West Riding from Baines Alfred Smith, 55.5 x 43.5
Directory land surveyor
B1822c York from Baines Alfred Smith 35 x 27/28
Directory land surv.
F1822/ 23 West Riding 'Illustrations' in Alf.Smith, surv. 56.5/55.5 x 45
E & N Ridings 2 vols for Baines C.Fowler, surv. 57/55.5 x 44
plans of Leeds, Yorkshire C.Fowler, surv. 39/37 x 27.5
York Directory, 1822/ Alf. Smith, surv. 35 x 30.5/28.5
& Hull [Sheffield missing] 1823 Alf. Smith, s. 33.5/32.5 x 29.5
[+ 2 tables of distances; grey paper covers, detached]
1823 Little Woodhouse J & H Wormald Henry Teal 59 x 47
1823a Little Woodhouse George Rawson Watson 58 x 46
1823b [Alternative plan of 1823a] George Rawson & Pritchett 57.5 x 46
1823c Hunslet William Waite John Holmes, 49.5 x 30
[estate adjoining pottery] auctioneer 50.5 x 40
[3 copies with annotations, 1823-5]   50 x 40
R1823d South Market - sketch R.D.Chantrell 100 x 68
R1823e South Market - design CharlesFowler 98 x 66
B1823f Stourton Leeds Race Fowler 46.5 x 28.5
Ground Neele & Son
1823- Woodhouse Place - George Rawson B.Jackson 62.5 x 38
37 plan of'chamber storey'
[Denison Hall]
1824 Little Woodhouse George Rawson Henry Teal & 68.5 x 55.5
[2 copies] Joshua Major
1824a Hunslet [certified as true Henry Teal 43 x 37
[photog. mounted copy by Robert J.
on card + photoc.] Smith, 1900]
B1824/5 Leeds-Halifax [drawn by Charles Fowler, 97 x 22
Turnpike C.Noyce] Leeds;
('Old and Intended') Thomas Dinsley,
Huddersfield
1825 Woodhouse Moor &
Cankerwell Lane Mrs Lyddon Henry Teal 57 x 44.5
B1825a Wortley [photoc. x 2] Messrs Hirst + Charles Fowler 48.5 x 39
[illust.]
R1825b Wortley Lodge, Titley Estate
[see Multiple Rolls 2. , R1825 at end of list]
B1825c Leeds/Hunslet - proposed new road 51 x 40.5
[photog.]
B1826 Leeds [photoc.] Charles Fowler 34.5 x 25
1826a Headingley-cum-Burley Mary Bainbrigge [plan] 32.5 x 32.5
[Woodhouse Moor area] (plaintiff), Lupton, [document] 85 x 59
Fawcett, Cookson,
et al. {defendants)
B1828 Aire & Calder Navigation Inchbold, lith. 33.5 x 20.5
[2 pages; plan + statement
by A&C Navigation]
F1828a Yorkshire H. Teesdale 184.5 x 74
[3 parts; cased] C.Stocking each
1829 Leeds-Selby Railway [B&N 63] James Walker, 71 x 25
[+annotation - Assent/Dissent colouring]   A.Comrie, surv.
1829a [Further copy of 1829 Baines & 72 x 28.5
publ. in 1834; B&N 64] Newsam
[Another copy removed from E. Parsons, Miscellaneous History, vol.1; 23.C]
F1830 Yorkshire C.Smith 57 x 46.5
[slip-case PF; + photoc.PW]
B1830a Killingbeck/Osmondthorpe Mr Walker, Mr Motley, Sir Charles 50.5 x 40
Halls - Petition to Parliament Ibbetson, Marchioness
re Leeds & Selby Railway of Hertford
[2 plans]  
B1830b [? Boar Lane] Edward Smeeton J.Batty, 55.5 x 37
& G.Davis, shops joiner
1831 Crimbles House devisees of late S.D.Martin 56.5 x 45
Estate - Camp Rd/ A.Parkinson
Meanwood Rd
1831a Hunslet Lane George Banks Nath. Sharpe for 54 x 42
George Leather
F1831b Leeds & 10 miles round S.D.Martin 124 x 116.5
[update of Thorp PF1821d;
in leather box]
[+ photoc. in 4 pieces; PF 121 x 116]
[*Another copy on battens hung in Middle Room 123.5 x 118]
F1831c Leeds & environs [CON 2008/9] Charles Fowler 82 x 60.5
1832 Leeds - Borough boundaries Robert Dawson 46.5 x 45
[photoc.]
B1832a 1.Leeds & 2. Leeds Report on Proposed 34.5 x 24
Central [+ 11 text pages] Municipal Boundaries, etc.
B1833 Leeds cemetery, Abram Rhodes, 42 x 338.5
St George's Fields Lyddon trustees,
[from 31D1] T.W.Tottie, Earl
Cowper, John
John Charnock,
John Wainwright,
Mr Newlove, Pack
Horse, et al.
B1833a Leeds cemetery Abram Rhodes Charles Fowler 42 x 33.5
St George's Fields Lyddon trustees, R.Inchbold
[3 copies- 2 with T.W.Tottie, Earl lithog.
cemetery docs.] Cowper, etc.
[from 31D1]
B1833b Cholera plan of Leeds from plan in report Charles Fowler, 29.5 x 21
[2 photocs.] of Robert Baker surveyor
1834 Leeds [repro. 1989] Baines & Newsam 56 x 44
1834a Leeds/Selby railway Parsons' History James Walker 72 x 28.5
of Leeds Baines &
Newsam, publ.
1834b Headingley Enclosure award 79 x 50.5
[photoc. © WYAS]
1835 Boar Lane [illust.] [auction] T.Newsam 74 x 55
B1835a Park Row/Infirmary St/   T.Newsam 20.5 x 16
Park Lane/East Parade 16 x 12
[photog. x 2]
F1835b Yorkshire [Wh 423] W.Darton & Son 71.5 x 59
1836 Hanover Square [illust.] [house design for J.P.Clapham] J.P.Pritchett 71 x 52
1836a Wortley: Leeds & William Hargrave, B.Taylor, 67 x 43
Stanningley Turnpike purchaser H.Teal
[Armley Rd/Wellington Rd]
1836b Leeds - Leadenhall St., Shambles Estate R. Inchbold; 59 x 47
Fleet St., Cheapside, Brig- of F & J Rinder. Jackson &
gate, Vicar Lane; House [Messrs Willett, Backhouse, arch.
of Recovery Peace, Teale]
[annotations by M.Beresford]
1837 Boar Lane late William Perkin & Sons 76 x 28
Beckett
1837a Hunslet Lane J & J Wilkinson S.D.Martin 56 x 44.5
[with annotation]
1837b Hunslet Lane J & J Wilkinson S.D.Martin 63 x 51
[Further copy of 1837a,
with additions]
1837c Leeds Bridge End Robert Howitt T.Newsam 80 x 59.5
1837d Headingley/ Leeds Zoolog- T.Newsam 57.5 x 47
Burley [photoc.] ical & Botanical
Gardens
1838 Leeds Waterworks - Wharfe/ G.Leather 65 x 51.5
Aire [photoc.] G.Masser, lith.
R1838a Leeds Zoological Wm Billinton, 88 x 61
& Botanical Gardens Civ.Eng. [98 x 71
[B&N 83] Edward Davies, (backing)]
landscape gard.
F1838b West Riding White's Wm.White 54.5 x 43.5
[slip-case] Directory J.H.Franks engrav.
R1838+ Leeds [Little Woodhouse] trustees of Henry Teal 90 x 75
C.Wilson
1839 Little Woodhouse Birchall & Cash S.D.Martin 74 x 52
[annotated]
1839a Little Woodhouse, Cash & Birchall 85 x 50
Cankerwell Lane
[Second plan, + tracing,
related to & dated from 1839]
1839b Little Woodhouse, 74 x 54
Cankerwell Lane
[Third plan related to
& dated from 1839; annotated]
1839c Little Woodhouse devisees of late S.D.Martin 73 x 51
[photoc.] John Atkinson
B1839d Leeds in Bradshaw G.Bradshaw, 15 x 11
[photoc.] Timetable W.Blacklock publ.
1839e Leeds Baines & Newsam 42.5 x 37
[in mount; illust.] W.H.Lizars, engrav.
1840 Hunslet Lane [planned diversion] 64 x 46
1840a [Plan related to 1840] 25 x 20
1840b Park Lane &
Woodhouse Lane John Blayds J.Fox 59 x 49
B1840c Leeds [photoc.] J.Archer, engrav. 25 x 18.5
1841 Crown Point Road John Blayds S.D.Martin 68 x 59
1841a Crown Point Road John Blayds S.D.Martin 67 x 48
[Second copy of 1841,
coloured, with additions]
1842 Gildersome Wm. Wordsworth 63 x 55
1842a nr N.M.Railway stn John Clapham S.D.Martin 71 x 55
1842b [Second copy of 1842a John Clapham S.D.Martin 79 x 50
+ annotations]
F1842c Leeds, East Ward (sewers) Capt. Vetch J.F.Masser 56.5 x 45.5
[covers]
[+ photoc. x 2 and photog. 22 x 16 PW]
B1842d Leeds [sewerage] [photog.] Capt. Vetch [J.F.Masser] 23 x 16
B1842e Roundhay [photoc.] John Goodman S.D.Martin 41.5 x 25.5
B1842f Leeds Sanitary Maps Robert Baker Stephen Sly 42 x 29.5
[coloured photoc. surgeon
+ 3 reduced photoc.] 31.5 x 20
F1842g Leeds Improvement Act: James Vetch
[Sewers: 3 plans] 1. Main sewers J.F.Masser 107.5 x 51
[covers] 2. Section of sewers 111.5 x 49
3. Adel Beck 64 x 51.5
[CON 2008/9]
B1843 Mill St., Maris St. Henry Teal 47 x 30
& Son
1843a English & Scottish Railways Charles F. 71 x 59.5/68
(3rd ed.) [photoc.] Cheffins
B1843b Railways in North of England 36.5 x 25
B1843/4 Mill Hill Ward, Leeds [photoc.] J.F.Masser 83.5 x 71
1844 Far Bank, Leeds J.A.Rhodes N.Sharpe 92 x 60
[with letter 1866; + tracing]
R1844a Leeds to Thirsk Grainger/ Robert Cooper, 76.5 x 56
Railway [16 plans Miller, James Powell,
of intended route engineers Charles Letch,
in book form] surveyors
J.F.Masser, lithog.
F1844b Leeds [x 2: 1. cloth, in slip-case, coloured   C.Fowler 86.5 x 69
2. cloth; 84.5 x 68
insets: plan of Zoo/Bot Gdns; SW View Leeds, 1767]
[+ photoc. PF]
[2 copies, cloth, PR C.Fowler 95 x 73/73.5]
[2 copies, paper, PR C.Fowler 84.5 x 67.5/68]
F1844c Leeds Sewers Drawing Capt Vetch J.W.Leather 1. 68 x 38
Nos.1-5, 7 Valley of [Greenwood] 2. 76 x 49
River Aire [coloured] [folder of plans: 23.5 x 39] 3. 76 x 49
[+ photoc. of No.1., 1844d] 4. 163 x 38
[Title of folder: Plans & Sections accompanying the report of 5. 150.5 x 38
Jno.W .Leather C.E. On the sewerage of Leeds Feb 10th 1845] 7. 169.5 x 38
[CON 2008/9]
1844d Leeds sewers - No.1 Capt. Vetch J.W.Leather, 67 x 38
[photoc.; cf F1844c, no.1]
[F1844e Leeds Sewers Drawing Capt Vetch J.W.Leather [see F1844c]
Nos.1-5, 7 Main Trunk Sewers
[2nd copy of F1844c] [folder of plans: 23.5 x 39] to DUPLICATE BOX 1]
[F1844f Leeds Sewers Drawing Capt Vetch J.W.Leather [see F1844c]
Nos.1-5, 7 Main Trunk & [folder of plans; 23.5 x 39]
Principal Branch Sewers [3rd copy of F1844c] to DUPLICATE BOX 1]
T1844g Chapel Allerton Tithe map 102. 5 x 72
[modern copy + property owner list x 2]
1845 Leeds sewers - No.2 Capt. Vetch Mr Walker 74.5 x 47
[illustrating report by [Fowler]
J.W.Leather; + photoc.] [cf F1844c]
1845a Leeds sewers - No. 3 Capt. Vetch J.W.Leather 77 x 48
Hunslet/Holbeck [photoc.] [Fowler]
[see original in F1844c]
1845b Leeds sewers [photoc.] [as No.2 in F1844c J.W.Leather, 75 x 47
but overprinted engineer
Charles Tilney,
Borough Surveyor]
1845c Knosthorpe J.A.Rhodes 74.5 x 53
[railway plan; book of 9 pages]
1845d Leeds & West Riding [intended lines J. Hawkshaw, 73 x 51
Railways [photoc.] & stations] engineer
Messrs Martin, Johnson & Fox
R1845e Leeds to York Railway Bateman, Thomas 74 x 49.5
[18 plans of intended engineer Newsam surveyor
route in book form]
R1845f Central Station John Dower, 92 x 73
[photoc.] engrav.
F1845g Leeds Hackney Coach Stands: 1. Briggate T.Walker, 61 x 49.5
[x 2, covers; 2nd copy, 2. N.Midl.Railw. Masser, 62 x 50.5
Plan 2 damaged] 3. North St engrav. 62 x 50
[B&N 109 4. Oxford Pl. 62 x 50
5. Park Row 62 x 50.5
[CON 2008/9]
T1845h Potternewton Tithe map 120 x 58.5
[modern copy + property owner list]
R1846 Central Station Wm Cubitt, John Robert 107.5 x 75.5
Hawkshaw, Cooper
Thomas Grainger surveyor
-engineers
R1846a Leeds & Bramhope Waterworks - 109 x 81
sections [+ photoc.] 101 x 65.
[Leeds & Thirsk Railway - 100 x 79
waterworks]
[related to & dated from 1846a above; + photoc.]   101 x 46
1846b Ellerby Lane/Richmond H.Wood Esq Martin & Fox, 77 x 51
Hill/East Wood St [illust.] Masser, lithog
T1846c Headingley-cum-Burley Tithe map 99 x 95
[modern copy + property owner list]
T1846d Holbeck [photoc.] Tithe map 68 x 65
T1846e Bramley/Stanningley [photog. x 6]   12.5 x 9
[6 plans based on Tithe Maps with later additions]
T1846f Armley Tithe map
R1846 - 1867 Blenheim Sq/ Carlton Hill/Lane Mathewman et al
[see Multiple rolls 3, R1846-67 at end of list]
1847 Little Woodhouse devisees of
+ 2nd copy annotated (LL) John Atkinson Martin & Fox 85 x 55.5
1847a Leeds/Little Woodhouse area
[dated from 1847; 3 copies, Martin & Fox 62.5 x 45.5
all coloured; + photoc.]
B1847b Leeds [photoc.] Directory map W.White 45 x 40.5
B1847c Dewsbury Rd J.Blayds[CON 2005] Martin & Fox 81 x 77
B1847d Dewsbury Rd - sewers J.Blayds[CON 2005] Martin & Fox 99 x 73.5
B1847e Leeds W.White J.H.Franks 43.5 x 38.5
[photoc.] [B&N 117] engrav.
B1847f Park Mills [printed] Thor. Soc. 22 x 14.5
B1847g Leeds W.White J.H.Franks 43.5 x 38.5
[photoc.] [B&N 117] engrav.
B1847h Leeds - Meadow copy of OS W.S.Cameron, 39 x 36.5
Lane area City Engineer
B1847i Leeds - Duke St., St copy of OS W.S.Cameron 29 x 25
Peter's Square area
1848 Leeds Music Hall [seating plan]   Martin & Fox 68 x 55.5
1848a Leeds Music Hall [seating plan]   Fox 65.5 x 32
T1848 Adel Tithe Map (part, photocopy) ex-Beresford
F1849 Leeds & 10 miles round Baines & Martin & Fox 124 x 116
[covers; J.Lennox on Newsam
binding] [update of Thorp, F1821d/e]
[+ photoc. x 2, PF] 124.5 x 114.5
1850 Leeds Music Hall [seating plan] 67 x 32
1850a Campfield House J.Thompson 60 x 48
Estate - Camp Rd/
North St
1850b St Ann's Street/ [schedule J.Fox, 75 x 42.5
Cookridge St/ of windows] surveyor
Woodhouse Lane
1850c Leeds [repro.1989] J.Rapkin, 56 x 44.5
engrav.
B1850d Leeds [sewers] J.W.Leather 23.5 x 15.5
[photog.] J.F.Masser, lith.
B1850e Knowstrop [photoc.] 1833 sale plan J.F.Masser & Co. 43.5 x 30
re-used for later sale
- Maude estate
B1850f Dewsbury Rd J.Calverley James Fox 76.5 x 65
[3 letters enclosed + calling card] [CON 2005]
R1850g Meadow Lane area Regina v. William Newsam & Son 96.5 x 67
[Prosecutor's Plan] Higgins & others
[some houseowner names]
R1850h Townships of Leeds, [photoc.] J.W.Leather 103 x 68.5
Holbeck & Hunslet [sewers & drains]      
[B&N 120; 1846 written on plan.]
R1851 Leeds - religious census
[modern analysis with attached notes, 3 pages]   63.5 x 66
B1851a Greystone/Hill Top estate Thomas Lloyd / 33.5 x 28
Headingley-cum-Burley J.Roberts [from MS Box XXV]
1852 Leeds & Dewsbury
Turnpike Blayds Estate 80.5 x 60
1852a St James Lodge, devisees of
Woodhouse Lane Wm. Hargrave 67 x 53
[+ photoc.]
1852b Woodhouse Lane/Willow J.Hebblethwaite 73.5 x 55.5
Terrace Rd [University area]
R1852c Horsforth Beck J.W.Leather 94.5 x 62
[Leeds-Thirsk Railway] Horsforth Beck Mill-owners
Drawing No.1: positions of mills
R1852d Drawing No.2: Carr Bridge to nr. Nongobys
reservoirs/Horsforth Beck J.W.Leather 130 x 72
R1852e Drawing No.3: Section Bramhope tunnel   J.W.Leather 97 x 64.5
R1852f Drawing No.4: reservoirs site 1   J.W.Leather 73.5 x 53
R1852g Drawing No.5: reservoir sites 2 & 3   J.W.Leather 73.5 x 53
R1852h Bradford canal O.S. Bradford 125.5 x 70
[later colouring & Plans 2 & 5
annotation, perhaps related to closure & absorption into A&C Nav./L&L CC]
1852i 1. Albion St/Boar Lane sale plans J.Thompson, surv. 76 x 58.5
2. Little Nevile St J.F.Masser, lith.
3. Wortley [cf. 1836a] [B&N 127]
1853 Middleton, Hunslet, Brandling v. Newsam & Son 76 x 51
Beeston, Rothwell Plummer
F1853a Leeds [covers; + photoc. PB] Wm.White, publ. 46.5 x 41.5
1854 Warwick Place [section] 69 x 46
1854a Warwick Place/ 71 x 51
Woodbine Place/
Cankerwell Lane [sections]
R1854b Larchfield Estate George Goodman S.D.Martin, 101.5 x 68
Hunslet [many names] agent for sale
[3 identical copies of lots for sale]
R1854c Rawdon/Guiseley Land Agents &
[sale plan] Surveyors Bradford 92 x 69
R1854d Leeds - Bradford Turnpike
St Andrews Rd/St,
Darlington St,
Bingley St 101.5 x 56
R1855 Hunslet late Richard J.Thompson 101 x 76
Waterloo Lane/Jack Wilson
Lane/Greenwood St
Foundry St/Leeds-
Wakefield tp Rd
R1855a Hunslet Carr Estate [lots for sale] [many names in adjoining properties] J.Thompson 87 x 67
1856 Plan relating to Bower's Yard, Hunslet Joshua Bower 45.5 x 32.5
     
1856a [Another plan related to 1856 + letters] 33 x 22.5
1856b [Third plan related to 1856] 33 x 22.5
R1856c Hightown & Rev. T.C. Barker J.Brooke, 98 x 92
Hartshead & C.Barker surv.
1857 Hunslet Crown Glass &
Bottle Manufactory Joshua Bower James Fox 88.5 x 59
1857a [Second plan related to 1857] 89.5 x 59
1857b Hunslet Crown Glass etc. 84.5 x 45.5
[+ tracing]
1857c Claypit Lane 76 x 55.5
[plans, tracing, letters]
B1857d Leeds - wards numbered William White 52 x 42
[badly foxed] [+ photoc.]
R1857e Woodhouse Lane/Cookridge St.
(LL) Jn. Calverley 84 x 67
B1858 Leeds - Qu.Victoria's route Masser 27 x 21
at opening of Town Hall
[x2 + letter, + enlarged photoc. ]
1858a Little Woodhouse George Rawson, James Fox 59 x 48
['corrected' copy Major, & H.Teale
of W1824; tracing]
B1858b Leeds Weekly Dispatch B.R.Davies 46 x 32
[photoc.] [B&N 134] Atlas
B1858c Leeds [+ photoc.] Leeds Guide, J.F.Masser 41.5 x 33
T.Fenteman, 1858
1858d Yorkshire Railway & G.F.Cruchley 57 x 51.5
[photoc.] Telegraphic Map
1859 Grey Walk/St., the late George James Fox 66 x 50
Hunslet Goodman
1859a Hunslet Lane the late George James Fox 66.5 x 36
Goodman
R1859b Hunslet/ trustees of the late James Fox 86.5 x 63
Larchfield Estate Sir George Goodman   84 x 61
[plan and corrected plan]
R1859c Hunslet [sale plan] S.D.Martin 104.5 x 69
[Railway Foundry Estate]
R1859d Woodhouse Lane J.H.Hebblethwaite S.D.Martin 85 x 73
[lots for sale]
R1859e Leeds Ironworks [associated names: 117 x 72
Milnes,Walker, Brandling,
Midgly, Bland]
R1859f Jacob's Well late Wm. Osborne J.Fox 33 x 23
Camp Rd [+ names & annotations]
{poor condition - backing coming off}
R1859g Yeadon (LL) W. Monkhouse 97 x 66
1860 Bridge End, Leeds devisees of George
[4 identical copies] Goodman James Fox 68.5 x 51
1860a Grey Walk, Hunslet devisees of George
[4 identical copies] Goodman James Fox 68.5 x 51
1860b Hunslet Lane George Goodman James Fox 57 x 45
[3 identical copies]
1860c Little Woodhouse St 63 x 48
1860d [Plan related to 1860c] 63 x 48
B1860e Hill Top Estate, Burley Mr Thomas Clapham W.Wordsworth, 53 x 42
[Henrietta Street; Leeds Royal Park, Black Gates
Roberts Well Close, Earl Cardigan
Newland Sheep Close, Mr John Eastwood
Apron Close, Pasture Close
Stack Garth] [from MS Box XXV]
1861 Harrogate Gas Works Dobson
[retaining wall] & Chorley 75 x 51
B1861a Brunswick Tavern, [proposed J.Fox 46 x 37
Jacobs Well alterations]
1861b Leeds - Guide for Strangers Charles Fowler 61.5 x 27
[photoc.]
1861c Agricultural Show [illust.] FRAMED J.F.Masser   78.5 x 57.5
[+ photoc. PR1861c]
F1861d Leeds & 40 miles round [covers] J.Lennox, 131.5 x 98.5
[based on G.F.Cruchley ; B&N 149] stationer
[+ photoc. PF] 128 x 100.5]
1862 New Infirmary site James Fox 72 x 52.5
Great George Street [photoc.]
B1862a Red Hall - 1. Ground floor [tracing] J.Fox,   56 x 47.5
2. Plan of alteration [tracing] architect 55 x 50
3. Front elevation 50 x 21.5
4. Plan 71.5 x 68.5
5. label of previous filing [CON 2005]
R1863 Denison Hall J.P.Clapham under James Fox 61.5 x 61
will of late JohnClapham
1864 Folly Hall, Hunslet Chas. Coupland James Fox 76 x 56
1864a Leeds Railway Terminus [suggested by J.F.Masser]   73 x 51
& through line [photoc.]
1864b Central Station, Leeds [suggested by J.F.Masser] 93 x 55
[photoc.]
B1864/70 Clay Pit Lane, Clay J.W.Marsden, William & each 12 x 17
Pit House, Cobden John Wood
Place [3 photos.]
1865 Henrietta Street Thomas Clapham James Fox 76 x 51
R1865a Henrietta Street
[sale plan] Thomas Clapham James Fox 127 x 66
B1866 Accommodation Rd Mrs Lobley James Fox 53 x 26.5
B1866a Accommodation Rd/ Mr Lobley/ Mrs Scales/ 48 x 26.5
Knostrop Rd Mrs Crossland
[+ correspondence, 1866]
B1866b Accommodation Rd/ [tracing; refers James Fox 48.5 x 211
Cross Green Lane to plan dated 1833]
B1866c Accommodation Rd Messrs Denison & 44 x 39.5
Wilkinson/Mrs Crossland/
Mr Parker/Mr Wormald
1866d Bramley (Plan 1.) Thomas Myers James Fox 52 x 49
1866e Bramley (Plan 2.) the late Thomas &
Jessie Myers James Fox 60 x 53.5
1866f Gledhow John Goodman James Fox 61 x 58
1866g Hill Top, Burley Thomas Clapham James Fox 79 x 58
1866h Manston Collieries Richard 81.5 x 42
Lot 1. Beeston Park Gouthwaite,
Bed, Killingbeck [photoc. x 2] surveyor.
1866i Manston Collieries: Lot 2. [photoc.]   R.Gouthwaite 53.5 x 42
1866j Leeds [repro.1989 + photoc.]   W.Brierley 62 x 44.5
1866k West Bar/Boar Lane/Duncan St   A.M.Fowler 88.5 x 32
Improvement [+ annotations]   Bor. Surv.
1866l Headingley - Hill Top Thomas Clapham James Fox 76 x 56
Estate,nr. [2 copies; 69 x 50
1 edge missing, 1 more colour]
R1866m Hill Top, Burley Thomas Clapham James Fox 94.5 x 76.5
Kings Rd/Queens Rd/
Edwin Rd/Royal Park [sale plan]
F1866n Leeds Waterworks: E.Filliter
[covers; 2 plans + text] J.&E. Pulleyn,
1. Watersheds of Yorkshire rivers   lithog. 88.5 x 82.5
2. Leeds New Water Supply - 116.5 x 89
enlarged watersheds map
B1867 Leeds [photoc.] J.Bartholomew 33 x 27.5
B1867a Leeds [photoc. W.B.Hindle, 29 x 23.5
+ photog.] estate agent 24 x 20
R1867b Larchfield Estate devisees of late J.Fox 75.5 x 71
Goodman Street George Goodman
1867c Crimble House (est.date) Samuel Crofte (LL) 68 x 48
1868 Royal Park, Leeds Thomas Clapham James Fox 76 x 54
B1868a Leeds [date in pencil] stamped 'I.Makin'; John Dower, 45 x 34
[coloured] Abel Heyward & 'corrector'
[+ photoc.] Sons, publishers
1868b Leeds Centre [+ photoc.; illust.] Johnson 61 x 50.5
1868c Leeds (25 Miles Round) [photoc.] Crutchley 65 x 51
B1868d Leeds [photoc. x 2] Bradshaw's Bradshaw & 19.5 x 14.5
Handbook Blacklock
B1868e Leeds [+ photoc.] Cooke's Guide J.Dower 49 x 34
[B&N 187]
1869 Denison Hall [tracing] James Fox 62.5 x 52
1869a Denison Hall - first [divided as 1869b] 76 x 55.5
floor [dated from 1869]
1869b Denison Hall - ground [divided into 76 x 56
plan [dated from 2 houses; 'belonging
1869] to Pickles' on verso]
1869c Denison Hall - stables ground 56 x 38
plan [dated from 1869]
R1869d Emblematical & Master G.Thirkill, 81 x 65
Statistical Map of Aberford
England &Wales
1870 New Wortley
[+ letter] Mr Longley James Fox 65 x 56
R1870a Kirkgate/Cannon St late Timothy Heppers, auct.
[photoc.] Hawkesworth J.Smallpage 104 x 68.5
1870b Yorkshire reprint of 1831 R.Creighton 57.5 x 42.5
[Wh 575] map + railways
1870c Shadwell/ Barwick/Seacroft WNNicholson Jno. Eddison   52 x 42
2 copies (LL)
1871 Royal Park, Leeds James Fox
& Sons 57.5 x 45.5
1871a Roundhay Messrs Eastwood Martin
[photoc.] & Middleton & Fenwick 66 x 50
1871b Roundhay John
[photoc. x 2] Eddison 70 x 50.5
B1871c Leeds - sketch map made for meeting of C.Goodall, 24 x 16
[photoc. - National Association lithog.
original in Archives] for the Promotion of
Social Science
B1871d Town Hall, Leeds made for NAPSS 16 x 8
[photoc.] (as 1871c)
1872 Royal Park, Leeds Thomas Clapham
[Second copy of 1868
with 1872 emendations] James Fox 76 x 56
1872a Burley Liberal Club W.H.
Parkinson 66 x 48.5
1872b Royal Park, Leeds James Fox
& Sons 69 x 52.5
F1872c Leeds & Vicinity [covers; 2 copies, W.Brierley 63.5 x 47
1+ hand-drawn coloured divisions] 63 x 48
[+ photoc. PW] [B&N 226]
1873 Camp Road, Leeds late Wm. Taylor James Fox
[4 copies, 1 uncoloured] & Sons 70 x 41
[date from ink inscription in uncoloured copy]
1873a Rockingham Street J.Taylor James Fox & Sons 71 x 57
B1873b Leeds [photoc.] [cf B&N 238] John Dower 45 x 32
1873c Park Place, Queen St.,
St Paul's St, York Pl. (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 26 x 41
1873d Briggate, Boar Lane (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 26 x 41
1873e Burley St, Park Lane (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 26 x 41
1873f Moor Allerton,
Leeds/Harrogate Turnpike (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 55 x 40
1873g Hunslet, Church St
Lawns lane, St Mary's Ch. (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 55 x 38
1873h Hunslet, Balm Rd.
Woodhouse Hill Rd (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 42 x 32
1873i Hunslet, Balm Rd
Flax Hill Rd (LL) Leasowe Walker James Fox & Sons 50 x 32
R1873j Albion St, St Ann's St (LL) 98 x 76
R1873k East Parade, St Paul's St (LL) 99 x 63
R1873l Market St, Call Lane (LL) 83 x 63
1874 Carr House Estate trustees of late J.F.Masser
Chapel Allerton Joseph Henry & Sons 88.5 x 57
[photoc.] Oates
1874a Clapham Rd.,
Royal Park Messrs Grimston James Fox & Sons 76 x 51
1874b Hanover Mount - sections [new roads]   James Fox & Sons 67 x 27
1874c Sheet No.1 [Plan related to 1874b] 29 x 26.5
1874d Sheet No.2 [Plan related to 1874b] 49.5 x 42
[attached sheet] 30.5 x 15
1874e Hanover Square Henry Pickles James Fox & Sons 64 x 35
1874f [Second copy of 1874e with lots marked]
1874g Cardigan[Clapham] Messrs Grimston James Fox
Rd/Royal Park Estate & Sons 71 x 51.5
[hand-drawn]
F1874h Bramham Moor Hunt George Lane Fox J.F.Masser 65.5 x 85.5
[covers]
F1874i Leeds [and vicinity] OS 93 SW Col. Colby, 79 x 69.5
[concentric 1 mile rings publisher
superimposed; slip-case]
R1874j Headingley Land between
Moor (Monkbridge) Rd and
Mill (Grove) Lane in building
plots (Brookfields) (LL) Hall & Holt Wm Wheater 89 x 57
F1875 Yorkshire, Parliamentary reduced from OS Bartholomew   88.5 x 71
Map Wm. Collins
1875a ?Horsforth John Bradley, Horsforth D.Speight 66 x 47.5
B1875b Park Lane School, Leeds
1. Front elevation with scale 59 x 23
2. End elevation 59.5 x 22
3. Back elevation with scale, pricings, signatures, dates 60 x 22
4. Sections on lines A-B, C-D; stamped 'education
approved' and 'accepted 25 Nov 1875' 59.5 x 23
1875c Eldon Terrace, Eldon Pl. (LL) John Walker James Fox 59 x 37
1875d Headingley Hill (LL) Devisees Mrs Glover Martin &
North Grange Rd/Hill (+ newsclip re prices) Fenwick 89 x 58
R1875e Briggate, Swinegate (LL) Charles Calverley 89 x 57
1876 Bradford and vicinity from Cudworth, "Round about Bradford" Walker & Thornton 68 x 54
F1877 Leeds (20 Miles Round) Barmby 60.5 x 59
[covers; + photoc. PW 59 x 58]
1877a Park Lane/South Parade Mr Pickering J.Fox & Sons 69.5 x 46
F1877b Sheffield PO Directory for
West Riding 80 x 67
1878 Albion Street (Ground Floor plan) G.Corson, archt. 68 x 51
1878a Albion St. (alternative Ground Floor plan) G.Corson, archt. 68 x 50.5
1878b Albion Street (First Floor plan) G.Corson, archt. 68.5 x 51
1878c Albion St. (alternative First Floor plan) G.Corson, archt. 68.5 x 51
1878d Preston House [3-page
booklet + letter] David Gibson Wilkinson,
archt 49 x 30.5
1878e Leeds: Trinity St/Briggate Hepper auction. James Fox 75 x 32
Sherwood's Yard Herman Schmitz, & Sons
[annotations] R.G.Leonard,
Messrs P&E Mallett,
Messrs Hyam & Co
1878-9 Proposed plan for G.Corson Inchbald & Beck 38 x 25.5
Grand Theatre [in EPHEMERA]
1879 Accommodation Rd/ trustees of late John Smallpage
Pontefract Lane John Jackson R.Bownas 96 x 34
1879a Leeds & Vicinity [+ photoc. x 3] W. Brierley 63 x 50
F1879b Leeds [PF; Richard Jackson Bacon 59 x 43
+ photoc. PW] [B&N 261]
1880 Albion Street (Plan 1.) Edmund Wilson Walter
[illust.] H. Parkinson 64.5 x 48
1880a Albion St., No.50 [specifications for work, 12 pages] 33 x 20.5
1880b [Albion St.] Tenders 41 x 32.5
1880c [Albion St.] sketch plan, later alterations 51 x 34
1880d Albion Street (Plan 2.) Edmund Wilson W.H.Parkinson 66 x 48
1880e Albion Street (Plan 3.) Edmund Wilson W.H.Parkinson 66 x 47.5
B1880f Leeds [photoc.] Ward/Lock Guide Ward, Lock &. 49.5 x 32
Co publisher
1880g Yorkshire - parliamentary G.W.Bacon 64 x 50.5
divisions [cloth] [Wh 623]
1881 Holly Bank Estate [tracing, stuck on   James Fox 85 x 57
& plan extended on to base sheet]   & Sons
1881a Institution Street Wm. Thackray 61.5 x 36
[tracing]
R1881b Guiseley, Lower Mill Riley 99 x 68
[Midland Railway]
F1881c Hunting Map of York & John Sampson, 98.5 x 92
Ainsty [covers] York
F1881d Leeds - from O.S. [B&N 268] G.W.Bacon 62 x 40
[covers]
1881e Bridge End, Call Lane 25th Auction Sale Hepper & Sons 74 x 56
1882 Victoria Square/ proposed new Post J.Fox & Sons 72 x 53.5
Park Lane/East Parade/ Office site/Heppers/
South Parade Leeds Permanent/ Board of
[tracing] Guardians Office/Wedderburn/
Pease/Pickersgill/Athenaeum/
Nelson,Barr & Nelson
R1882a Leeds [Great Northern McCorquodale
Railway] & Co 94.5 x 68.5
R1882b Leeds & District reduced large OS McCorquodale 100.5 x 75.5
[CON 2008/9]
B1882c Stanks [sale plan] late Wm. Crosland Charles Swale, 43 x 34.5
[signed by (?) trustees as true plan: W.Perkins, James F.Crosland, W.C. Crosland, J.W.Watson, Edward Hamilton.
R1882d Leeds OS with sites on market marked 190.5 x 67
when Liberal Club seeking new
premises
B1883 [see also Multiple Rolls 4]
Coliseum A. [recd.from Leeds Forge,1889] Revised Wm Bakewell,
  plans of fittings: architect
  1. Basement 130.5 x 78.5
  2. Ground Floor 129 x 77
3. 1st & 2nd Galleries 120 x 77
4. Longitudinal sections 91 x 64.5
5. Transverse sections 86 x 66.5
R1883a Halton Rd./ Leeds Race Course Walter H. 102 x 68
Temple Newsam Company Ltd. Parkinson, surv.
Osmondthorpe Hall [annotations: 1883-4]   McCorquodale,
[photoc.] printer
B1883b Leeds [photoc.] Bacon's New Large G.W.Bacon 49.5 x 32
[B&N 273] Scale Ordnance Atlas
of the British Isles
1884 Aire & Calder Navigation Plan 86 x 52
B1884a Leeds [photoc.] A&C Black Guide Bartholomew 22 x 16.5
R1884b Ouse improvement Aire & Calder Navigation
Goole to coast [Session 1884] Charles 149 x 60.5
Goodall, engrav.
F1884c Leeds [covers] W.Brierley 65 x 46.5
B1884d Leeds [Park St Property purchased
and Chariot St; by Yorkshire College 27.5 x 25.5
photoc. + transcript] [original in MS Box VII. 46]
R1885 Leeds [photoc. x 2] 5 Parliamentary William 56 x 53.5
Divisions of Borough Ridley 68.5 x 63
B1885a Leeds [part of plan; Briggate, Wood St, 54.5 x 36
dated '30 May 1885'] Fleet St [LCD 1091]
R1885 [see also Multiple Rolls 4]
-88 Coliseum B. 1885 Transverse section -   Wm Bakewell,
gradient of Portland St architect 61.5 x 49
C. 1885 Detail of Orchestra ("No.131A")   Wm Bakewell
architect
77.5 x 59
D. 1886 Coliseum Building [staircases] No.141   Wm.Bakewell 47.5 x 45.5
E. 1886 Coliseum Building [staircases] No 142   Wm.Bakewell 46 x 44
F. 1886 Coliseum - Proposed alterations to   Wm Bakewell,
architect
orchestra & retiring rooms (tracing - "Off. No.141")     37 x 26
G. 1886 Conductor's stand & trestle   Wm Bakewell 30 x 33.5
H. 1886 Coliseum - New south staircase
(No.149, numerous signatures and dates)   Wm Bakewell 85 x 66
I. 1886 Coliseum - New south staircase
(No.150, numerous signatures)
transverse & longitudinal sections Wm Bakewell 85 x 66
J. 1887 Coliseum -
New north entrance & staircase - "No.3"   Wm Evans 67.5 x 35.5
K. 1888 Coliseum - 2nd tier - revision [tracing]   49.5 x 41
1886 Oxford Row Leeds Rifles Depot C.Fowler, archt. 65.5 x 50
1886a Oxford Row Leeds Rifles Depot C.Fowler & Son 60 x 60
1886b Leeds [B&N 288] [incorrctly dated 1888 in ink]   G.W.Bacon 62 x 48
[+ part index 25.5 x 17]
1887 Park Lane/Chorley Sale plan, Hepper Chorley & 78.5 x 50
Lane/ Woodhouse Sq [photoc.]   Connon
F1887a Leeds Suburban Railway Session 1887 Newstead 122.5 x 93
[covers] & Wilson
1888 Leeds [photoc.] ? Kelly's Directory G.W.Bacon 65.5 x 50.5
B1888a Leeds Kirkgate Market [photoc.] T. Hewson   39 x 39
R1888b Garforth/Kippax Lodge & Bartle, 97 x 72
[sale plan of several lots on 1 sheet]   auctioneers
1889 Crown Hotel Estate Swale & Mitchell 75.5 x 53
Hunslet Rd [illust.] McCorquodale & Co
B1889a Thoresby's house, photoc. of tracing 36.5 x 26
Kirkgate in MS Box IV 33
1890 Leeds [Central/South-East] McCorquodale 62 x 44.5
[repro.1989]
F1890a Leeds - Roundhay Rd McCorquodale 149 x 80.5
Leeds Corporation Improvement
[estimated date on note] [B&N 305/313]
B1890-1 A. Albion Chapel Block Plan - J.F.Wilkinson, 51 x 43
['architect's paper'] Commercial St., surveyor,
'23rd April 91' Albion St./Walk, Leeds
Basinghall St.
B. [Albion Chapel] Back Elevation 39.5 x 26.5
['architect's paper'] '10th July 1890'
1891 Leeds [photoc.] G.W.Bacon 67 x 53
F1891a [Leeds station] Hudson v. Goodall & Suddick, 97.5 x 72.5
N.E.Railway Co. printers
1892 Leeds Consolidation and Goodall & Suddick 65.5 x 58
Improvement [photoc.]
1892a Yorkshire Roman Roads Journal of Bradford Percival Ross 60 x 42
Hist./Ant. Soc.
1893 Leeds [photoc. x 2] Kelly's Directory G.W.Bacon 65 x 51
[with ward divisions added]
R1896 Kirkstall-Roundhay City Tramways
1. gradients, curves, feederwires [n.d.]   Jowett & Sowry printers 87.5 x 61.5
R1896a 2. dynamos & switchboards J.Hopkinson 102 x 68
R1896b 3 . poles & brackets J.Hopkinson 94 x 63.5
R1896c 4. proposed arrangement of street box   J.Hopkinson 97 x 69
R1896d 5. electric motor cars J.Hopkinson
[illust.] J & S (engineers
& surveyors) 123.5 x 68
B1896e Kirkstall Abbey from 'The Builder', 1896 based on plans by F.W.Bedford, 1893 44 x 33.5
B1897 Leeds [photoc.] Baddeley's Yorks. Bartholomew 24.5 x 16
[cf B&N 322]
B1897a Leeds Leeds Industrial Co-Op. 53 x 41
[x 2] Society stores, from
Jubilee History of L.I.C.S.
G.T.Holyoake
R1897b England & Wales Cycling Map from J.Bartholomew 91 x 74.5
'The Hub', 24/04/97 G.Newnes, publ.
B1898 City Square [site of excavated tree root in Boar Lane]   18 x 18
B1898a Leeds, 14 miles round Leeds Mercury from O.S. 45.5 x 38
Weekly Supplement
1899 Leeds [photoc.] Kelly's Directory G.W.Bacon 64 x 50.5
F1899a Leeds & District from O.S. Richard Jackson 68 x 55
[covers]
R1899b Farnley/Leathley - Trustees of the E.J.Silcock,
Leathley Mill & Farnley Estate & Civil Engineer
watercourses Leeds Corporation
1. 4 plans in book form each 101.5 x 69.5
R1899c 2. OS CLXX (6") Farnley Estate 96 x 96
[rolled with R1899b] coloured and lettered
R1899d 3.OS (25") Farnley Estate showing 141 x 85
[rolled with R1899b] mill, reservoir, river
1900 Leeds [reduced repro.1989] Kelly's Directory G.W.Bacon 56 x 44.5
[+ photoc. 63.5 x 53.5]
F1900b Leeds/River Aire [many names of Whitehead & 81 x 56
[many advertisement] commercial premises] Miller
[dated from Directories c.1900]
[covers]
1902 Call Lane [warehouse] Trustees of Free 64 x 38
[foundations, etc.] School Estate
B1902a Leeds [+ photoc.] J.W.Bean's History Fowler 32.5 x 24
[surveyed 1844] of Leeds  
1905 Cloth Hall Street [warehouses and bell pits]   G.W.Atkinson 71 x 55
F1905a Leeds & Environs Roberts & Co, 74.5 x 71
Publ., Nottingham
1907 Kirkstall Abbey [historic plan] 83.5 x 51
1907a Cistercian Churches [comparative sizes] John Bilson 62 x 44
[see Thor.Soc. XVI]
F1907b England & Wales British Assoc. Meeting,   66.5 x 48
Geological Survey Leeds, 1927
[In British Assoc. envelope]
B1908 Barwick in Elmet H.S.Chorley 28 x 21.5
- Wendel Hill [Thor. Soc XVII, 1908, p.19]
F1908a Yorkshire - Scarborough's Scarborough 101.5 x 92.5
map [2 pieces; extensive indexing]   Co.
[photoc.]
B1908b Leeds & Bradford 1898 boundaries O.S. 50.5 x 34
[part of 1 inch map] of districts marked
[photoc.]
1909 OS Map CCIVIII North West O.S. 57 x 42
Marked with position of churches
1910 Bagby Works G.Bray & Co. G.F.Bowman 91.5 x 59.5
Estate [photoc.]
F1910a Leeds & Suburbs Bacon & Co 76 x 74
[+ street index; hand-coloured wards;
date from inscription]
B1910b Swinsty Hall, nr Otley from The Martin Shaw 35.5 x 25
B1910c [4 measured drawings, Architect Briggs each
3 of them x 2; + newspaper cuttings; illust.]
F1910d Leeds & Suburbs [dated from F1910a] Bacon & Co 75.5 x 74.5
F1912 Lancashire/Yorkshire Railway John Aspinall 87.5 x 75
[on back: plans of Liverpool, Goole,
Fleetwood; map of Ireland; connections
with Continent; adverts.]
1913 Bradford Geological Survey, Sheet 69 O.S. 72 x 52
R1914 Leeds - divisions & wards [photoc.]   95 x 84.5
[dated from ink inscription]
R1915-20 Leeds - Central and North [photoc.; based on OS]   97.5 x 65
F1918 Leeds [and district] Hand-coloured W.T.Lancashire 104.5 x 68
['Tramways' stamped routes City Engineer
on reverse; map dated 1917]
R1919 Cookridge Hall Estate Sales plans [see also H.E.Foster &
General plan [in separate roll] S1919] Cranfield, agents 101 x 76
Lots 1-2 West Breary 35 x 22
Lot 3 High Ridge Farm 43 x 31
Lots 4-5 East Breary Farm 48 x 31
Lot 6 Breary Grange 33.5 x 28.5
Lots 7-8 Bramhope Grove & Marsh House   39.5 x 38
Lot 9 Black Hill Farm 50 x 37
Lot 10 Crag House Farm 48 x 37
Lot 11 Cookridge Hall 60 x 48.5
Lot 12 Lane End Farm 42.5 x 39.5
Lot 13 Rushes Farm 43.5 x 28
Lot 14 Cocker Hill Farm 40 x 28.5
Lot 15 Manor House Farm 31 x 31.5
Lot 16 Holt Farm 35 x 37
Lots 17-19 High Farm 41.5 x 32
Lot 20 Low Farm 28 x 26
Lots 21-27 Tinshill Farm & Plantation 55 x 38
Lots 28-33 Woodman's & Keeper's Cottages,
Woodlands Farm & Moseley Wood 55.5 x 41
[originals - all based on OS; + photoc. of general plan 93 x 66
+ title pages etc. from sales plan booklet]
R1920 Farnley Iron Works [photoc.] 96 x 63
F1924 Leeds area - British Assoc. Meeting, 74.5 x 73.5
topographical map, Leeds, 1927
reduced from 1" OS
[specially printed; in Brit.Assoc envelope]
R1927 Leeds Kelly's Directory 94 x 87
[CON 2008/9]
1927a Leeds City Tramways Map and Timetable 56.5 x 44
& Transport Dept. [W.Chamberlain,
Gen.Manager]
1928 Bolton Priory [coloured copy S.D.Kitson 70 x 51
on card of plan in Thor.Soc.XXX; + b&w copy]
B1929 Vicar Lane - Lloyds foundations showing 42 x 37
Bank [+ letter] bell pits
1930 Leeds, Town Hall steps, Police arrangements for 'Drawing 75 x 54.5
[dated 27 June 1930] visit of George V & No. 153'
['4 Victoria Square'] Queen Mary, August
1933 [See also MS Box XX, 2]
B1931 Leeds - Headrow showing availability J.E.Acfield, 43 x 42
[some blue and red of shop sites. City Engineer
hand-colouring]
B1933 Leeds & District from OS; for
Leeds Educ Com. 52.5 x 42
F1933a Leeds - housing situation after 1925-30   R.A.H.Livett 97.5 x 80.5
Housing Acts Housing Dir., Leeds
1933b Leeds, Oakwood Police arrangements for 67.5 x 46
[dated 5 August 1933] visit of George V &
['1. Oakwood'] Queen Mary, August,
1933 [See also MS Box XX, 2]
F1934 Leeds - housing situation 2nd ed. of 1933   R.A.H.Livett 97.5 x 80
plan Housing Dir., Leeds
R1945/6 15/16/17 Queen Square,
1. 1945 - Thoresby Society premises   K.J.Bonser 72 x 63
2. 1945 - Existing premises [tracing] 76 x 65
3. 1945 - 15/16, proposed alterations 71 x 61
4. 1945 - 15/16, proposed alterations [near duplicate of 3.] 71 x 65
5. 1945 - 15/16, proposed alterations 75.5 x 66.5
6. 1945 - 16, proposed alterations, lecture rooms 69 x 40
7. n.d. - plan of lecture room [tracing] 44.5 x 18
8. n.d. - plan of lecture room [tracing] 34 x 18.5
9. 1946 - 16/17, Thoresby/Rechabites premises 91 x 49
10. 1946 - 16/17, Scheme A [tracing] 75.5 x 41
11. n.d. - 15/16, Scheme A [tracing] 76 x 59
12. 1946 - 16/17, Scheme B [tracing] 75.5 x 41
13. n.d. - 15, Scheme B 75.5 x 60
14. n.d. - 15/16, Scheme C 76 x 60.5
[+ roll of 11 sketch plans, estimates & calculations]
1946 Leeds W.S.Cameron 47.5 x 44
F1947 Leeds - 1. Leeds Wigley's Street Directory (1) 28 x 28
2. City Centre [book with 3 maps] (2) 18 x 13
3. Postal Districts (3) 18.5 x 13.5
B1948 Roundhay Show RAC route map 33.5 x 25.5
1949 A Map of Yorkshire
(from British Railways map) drawn by Estra Clark Leak&Thorp Ltd 57 x 45
1950 Leeds Development Map D.Currie,
1781-1950 City Engineer 45 x 45
1951 Leeds, pictorial/ proof sheet & D.Mason Jones 64.5 x 55.5
historical map coloured print
F1953 Leeds + street index New plan [blue; Geographia 109 x 95.5
[dated from inscription] on cloth]
R1953a Queen Square - proposed Victor Bain, 75 x 68
garden layout architect
1954 Aberford Dykes 1. Location of Ab. Dy. 38 x 41
[3 tracings] 2. Aberford Dykes 51 x 31
3. Becca Banks 45 x 40
[Leslie Alcock article, Antiquity 28 (1954)]
R1954/5 West Riding [2 sheets] based on OS N. 106.5 x 57
[showing various boundaries] S. 108 x 80
1956 16-17 Queen Square K.J.Bonser 65.5 x 47
[tracing + photoc. with annotations]   67 x 50.5
F1960 Leeds Geographia P.H.Thorpe 115.5 x 101.5
[date added in ink; covers]
B1960a Leeds incomplete set of maps used in  
Thoresby Soc. 47, 1960
F1961 Leeds street plan + index Pyramid Press [booklet]
[date added in ink; covers]
1962 Leeds Corporation Development Plans - 1 61 x 47.5
1962a Leeds Corporation Development Plans - 2 63 x 50
1962b Leeds Corporation Development Plans - 3 61.5 x 47.5
R1964 Leeds - progress of Leeds Church Extension each 109 x 98
church building, 1800-1964 Society, 5 maps
B1964a Middleton 'Highways in the City & County 48.5 x 41
[+ MofT letter & Borough of Leeds' - MofT
compliments slip] closing of roads
B1965 Leeds Guide to Parking Meters and One-way Sts Jowett & Sowry 48.5 x 43
R1966 Woodhouse & [circulation & zoning C.G.Thirlwall 78.5 x 66
Camp Road plans - preliminary scheme] E.Weston Stanley
1966a Leeds [+ tourist Leeds Central Information C.G.Thirlwall 61 x 48.5
information] Bureau E.J.Arnold
B1966b Bradford Bus routes Bradford City Transport 26 x 26
R1967 Leeds [draft development plan]
[18 page booklet + cover] Thirlwall [plans] 61 x 61
B1967a Leeds City Centre traffic plan C.G.Thirlwall 48.5 x 43
1967b Otley Conservation Area L.N.Fraser, County 61 x 43.5
[tracing paper overlay + Planning Officer
Otley - redrawn OS map 1851 n61 x 44.5]
R1968 Claremont [proposed alterations:
ground & first floors] Derek Linstrum 112 x 50.5
B1968a [Leeds & district] Soil Survey of Ordnance Survey 74.5 x 41.5
England & Wales
B1968b [Halton] City Engineer's plans: C.G.Thirlwall
Selby Rd, Chapel St,
Primrose Rd, Graveley Sq.
1970 City of Leeds, Old Buildings: 1725-1806 (rough) G.Henson Brown 60.5 x 50
1970a City of Leeds, Old Buildings: 1725-1821 (finished) G.Henson Brown 60.5 x 50
B1972 Yeadon - appeal site 28 x 28
1972a Yorkshire Road Map Yorkshire Post YP 24 Aug 1972 41 x 39.5
R1973 Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Housing &
Administrative Divisions, Sheet 2 Planning Office 90 x 76
B1973a West Yorkshire, 1974 21.5 x 13.5
[showing existing local authorities]
B1973b Leeds - new district authority 21.5 x 12.5
R1973c Yorkshire - Ancient map based on Lawton J.H.Harvey, 89.5 x 63.5
Parishes & Chapelries (1842) & Teesdale D.Payne,
(1817-28) YAS
1974 Stank Barn, Beeston - structural survey
1. Location of site [tracing] 25 x 21
2. - 4. Detailed drawings [3 tracings & 5 photostats] 74 x 58
5. Original sketch [scarf joints] M.B.Peacock 64 x 48
[typescript notes, 2 pages]
[in 2 wallets; illust.]
1975 Leeds: Map of Buildings
of Historical Interest Mike Peace 63.5 x 44
[+ Leeds City Art Gallery Bulletin no.30]
[+ Victorian Society, West Riding Group Newsletter 2.]
F1975 Bridleway maps: Otley(1975)/ Allanwood Press/ 42 x 29.5
/80 Bramhope(1980)/ Bolton Abbey(n.d.) Stile Publications
B1976 Headrow Improvement Scheme 39 x 20.5
B1976a Leeds Central Area Traffic circulation, West Yorkshire 30 x 24
Parking, etc. MCC
1977 Leeds M1/A1 link road Yorkshire Post reports YP 4, 20 Aug 1977
various sizes
[3 newspaper cuttings] 8 Sep 1978
R1979 Leeds spas, springs and wells [K.J.Bonser]
[see Thoresby Society Miscellany, (map)122 x102
vol 54, pt. I, (1979) pp.29-50] (index) 75.5 x 57.5
1979a Adel, Scotland Mills C.Braysher, J.Kirkby, 83.5 x 58.5
[? photoc.] R.Mellor, D.Parry,
D. [or P.] Sluter, surveyors.
B1980 Aireborough - East footpath map and Arthur Gemmell 40 x 25
Carlton, Yeadon, et al. street map and index
B1981 Leeds & district 3 pages each
B1981a Central Leeds from Telephone 28 x 20.5
B1981b Leeds description Directory
B1981c West Yorkshire Maps: vol. 4 of West Yorkshire:an Archaeological Survey to A.D.1500 book: 60.5 x 42
   
[vols 1-3 on shelf 21B]
B1985 Leeds - University Pocket Guide 42 x 29.5
B1985a Barwick-in-Elmet 'up to 1930s' Barwick-in-Elmet 29.5 x 21
Historical Map Historical Society
[1986] Leeds Plans of proposed Appleton Partnership, 85 x 59
Playhouse [x 4] Edinburgh
[date from attached correspondence]
1992 Seacroft & Crossgates plan for bypass Dept. of Transport,
[plan & discussion] Leeds 62.5 x 30
B2000 Leeds City Square booklet, plans John Thorp, City arch. 117 x 80
and CD
F2001 Leeds, Central Photomap Overview Mapping 98.5 x 70.5
[+ Street Index] 1:7,000 Ltd
R2011 Leeds Map showing Leeds Freda Matthews' 100 x 99.5
Citizens killed in annotations on
Air-raids, 1940-44 OS Landplan map

Details of multiple rolls

1. R1711-1968 A - L [Headingley-cum-Burley]

Date Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
A.1711 Cardigan Estates [photoc.]   Joseph Dickinson 82 x 56.5
Headingley/Kirkstall/Burley
B.1711 Cardigan Estates [modern tracing]   [J.Dickinson] 74.5 x 54.5
C.1781 Leeds [part of; photoc.] J.Tuke 58.5 x 55
D.1822 Leeds [part of; photoc.] J.Thorpe 39 x 25.5
E.1831 Headingley-c-B Enclosure map - version [photoc.] 125.5 x 76.5
not final version
F.1831 Headingley-c-B Enclosure map [modern tracing] 117 x 77
not final version
G.1831/45 Headingley-c-B Enclosure/Tithe map [4 details]   76 x 55.5
H.1834 Leeds [identifying Baines and 51.5 x 39
H-c-B] [photoc.] Newsam
I. 1845 Headingley-c-B Tithe map [modern tracing] 95 x 100.5
J. 1846 Headingley-c-B Tithe map 98 x 97
K.1850 Leeds 6" O.S.; identifying H-c-B 72 x 47.5
[photoc.] by colouring
L. 1968 Leeds O.S. SE 23 NE; identifying H-c-B 67 x 56
old boundaries by colouring
M. 1834 Headingley-c-B Enclosure award [photoc in 4 parts] each 42.5 x 30

 

2. R1825 A - E [Wortley Lodge - Titley Estate]

Date Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
A 1825 Wortley - Messrs Hardwick
Wortley-Leeds tp, & Brown, Henry Teal 51.5 x 32
Oldfield Lane Anthony Titley T.Inchbold, printer
B. n.d. Wortley Lodge - sketches Mrs Titley  
relating to levels [torn corner] 99.5 x 68
C. n.d. Wortley Lodge/Leeds,  
Bradford, Halifax Rly 78 x 56.5
D. n.d. Wortley Lodge sections; Mrs Titley   70 x 43.5
Low Lane/Oldfield Lane
E. n.d. Wortley Lodge - line  
of railway [tracing] 26 x 23.5

 

3. R1846-67 A - M [Blenheim Square and Carlton Hill/Lane]

  Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
A. 1846 Blenheim Square/ Mrs Matthewman Martin & Fox, 91.5 x 66.5
Carlton Lane surveyors
B. 1850 Blenheim Sq/ R.Matthewman Fox 53 x 60
Carlton Lane (plan of estate)  
C. 1850 Blenheim Sq R.Matthewman J.Fox, 94.5 x 73
Carlton Hill (copy of 1846 plan)   surveyor
D. 1850 Carlton Lane Skelton/Matthewman Fox, 50 x 33
sewers Wormald surveyor
E. 1852 Blenheim Square/ R.Matthewman Fox, 56 x 37.5
Carlton Hill (building lots)   surveyor
F. 1852 Blenheim Square/ R.Matthewman J.Fox, 93 x 74
Carlton Hill (sale plan)   surveyor
G. 1853 Lofthouse Place R.Matthewman Fox, 84 x 28
[drainage](section )   surveyor
H. 1853 Carlton Cross St/   Fox 78 x 53
Lofthouse Place (section)
I. 1867 Blackman Lane Charles Bulmer Fox, 64 x 56
surveyor
J. n.d. Lofthouse Place H.Colsell Fox, 86.5 x 36
(section)   surveyor
K. n.d. Carlton Cross St Mr Lucas/ 56 x 37
sketch plans Mr Pickard
L. n.d. [inclination of Mr Skelton/ 41 x 23
drain] Mr Wormald
M. n.d. Carlton Road Mr Skelton 66 x 33.5
('site for 70 cottages' [in pencil])  

 

4. R1883,1885-88 A - K [Coliseum]

In 2 rolls: (1)1883

(2)1885-88

Date Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
(1) A. 1883 Coliseum [recd.from Leeds   Wm Bakewell,
Revised plans of fittings: Forge,1889]   architect
1. Basement 130.5 x 78.5
2. Ground Floor 129 x 77
3. 1st & 2nd Galleries 120 x 77
4. Longitudinal sections [Beresford Chest, drawer 5] 91 x 64.5
5. Transverse sections [Beresford Chest, drawer 5] 86 x 66.5
(2) B. 1885 Transverse section - gradient of   Wm Bakewell,
Portland St architect 61.5 x 49
C. 1885 Coliseum - Wm Bakewell
Detail of Orchestra ("No.131A") architect 77.5 x 59
D. 1886 Coliseum Building [staircases] No.141   Wm.Bakewell 47.5 x 45.5
E. 1886 Coliseum Building [staircases] No 142   Wm.Bakewell 46 x 44
F. 1886 Coliseum -
Proposed alterations to orchestra Wm Bakewell,
& retiring rooms (tracing - "Off. No.141")   architect 37 x 26
G. 1886 Conductor's stand & trestle   Wm Bakewell 30 x 33.5
H. 1886 Coliseum - New south staircase
(No.149, numerous Wm Bakewell
signatures and dates) 85 x 66
I. 1886 Coliseum - New south staircase
(No.150, numerous signatures)
transverse & longitudinal sections Wm Bakewell 85 x 66
J. 1887 Coliseum -
New north entrance & staircase - "No.3"   Wm Evans 67.5 x 35.5
K. 1888 Coliseum - 2nd tier - revision [tracing]   49.5 x 41

 

5. R1742-1854 A - F [Pontefract]

Date Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
A. 1742 Pontefract dedicated to Sir Paul Jollage 125 x 81
[illustr.] Rowland Winn
B. 1779 Pontefract dedicated to Mayor etc. John Hepworth 95.5 x 83
[acreages, some handwritten] J.Butterworth, Leeds, engrav
.
C. n.d. Pontefract Castle from drawing owned by 76.5 x 60.5
Siege, 1648 Fairfaxes of Denton
[quotations from Camden, Leland etc in cartouches]
[+ repro. W.B.Wheatley 75.5 x 52]
D. 1854 Pollington etc. 6" O.S. sheets 250-2 Ordnance Survey
[area shaded in pink; stuck together + addition
series of numbered circles] above 250
E. 1854 Featherstone/ 6" O.S. sheets 249, 263 Ordnance Survey
Pontefract & 275 stuck tog.
F. 1854 Clayton/Darfield/ 6" O.S. sheet 275 Ordnance Survey
Thurnscoe

 

6. *R.15 n.d. A - G [Drovers' Roads]

  Place Associated Persons, etc Dimensions
A. Drovers' Roads in KJB[onser] invt. 77.5 x 70
Northern England GRM delt.  
B. Drovers' Routes through Yorkshire 138 x 102.5
C. Northern England Drove Roads hand-coloured 105.5 x 101.5
D - G Various tracings and corrected photocopies between 77.5/79.5 x 66/69.5

 

7. R1726-1959 A - M [Leeds in Maps, a joint publication from the Leeds Library and Information Service, Yorkshire Evening Post and the Thoresby Society, 2007 - reproductions of maps]

A. 1726 Cossins - cf. W1726

B. 1770 Jefferys - cf. B1770, F1771, R1771/5, B1775a

C. 1815 Giles - cf. W1815

D. 1834 Baines & Newsome - cf. W1834

E. 1850 Rapkin - cf. W1850c

F. 1850 Ordnance Survey

G. 1866 Brierley - cf. W1866j

H. 1886 Pettingell & Brownlow Thompson Birdseye View - cf. 34c LIA

I. 1890 McCorquodale - cf. W1890

J. 1901 Bacon - cf. W1900

K. 1932 Ordnance Survey

L. 1947 Kelly - from Kelly's Directory of Leeds, 1947 [see booklet]

M. 1959 Gillham - Leeds tramways map [see booklet]

8. B1815-1849 [8 coal-mine related maps - Middleton, waggonways, lines, staithes, etc.; sections of Giles 1815, Thorp 1819-21, Fowler 1826, 1831, 1844, OS 1847, Martin & Fox 1849.]

No-date' Plans/Maps

'No-date' Plans/Maps in Wallets {W n.d.}

['WB' indicates that the plan/map is with the smaller taped bundle]

Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
W1. Lyddon House Estate J.O.March Pickering, 64.5 x 60
Cromer Terrace/ (adjoining land) Land Agent
Virginia Road/
Mount Preston
W2. Little Woodhouse Newman Cash 39 x 36
Leighton Street [tracing, torn]
Warwick Place
W3. Oxford Place/ New Town Hall 64.5 x 47.5
Calverley Street proposed site
[cf 1840b Blayds Estate]
W4. Bridge End, lot 1. Mrs James Brown 61 x 51.5
Mr George Millns
Mr Cranswick
Thomas E. Upton
[adjoining properties] 60.5 x 48
W5. Guiseley, no.1 Mr Stansfield
[run of water to mills]
W6. Guiseley, no.2 see W5. above] 57/53.5 x 39
W7. Boar Lane [traffic Mr Fowler/Mr Fox Fox & Fowler 89.5 x 35
relief proposals] Mr Masser
W8. West Bar, Boar Lane, [plans for alterations] J.F.Masser 96 x 29.5
Duncan Street]
[+ photoc. dated '1860', cf B&N 146]
W12. Shipley Waterworks Jo Thompson (signed) 76.5 x 55.5
Bramley Turnpike
Road
W13. Larchfield Estate/ Mr Roebuck 68 x 50
Goodman St/ Mr Dawson
Leeds-Wakefield tp/ Mr Smithson
Hunslet-Leeds tp Rev R.H.Bradling
John Edward Brooke
Aire & Calder Co
W14. Musgrave Estate Samuel & Simeon Musgrave 49 x 36
Pudsey Town End, [corner of road to Bramley
Bramley & road to Hough End]
W17. Hanover Square, [?1860s] George Smith, 76 x 56
south side archt. & surv.
[3 identical copies; illust.]
W18. Leeds Templar Marks [5 copies] 52 x 44.5
W19. Leeds to Wakefield ['Aire and Calder Navigation 104 x 70
Railway improvements in course of [folded]
execution'/'Aire & Calder Co's
new canal' at Oulton]
W20. Wakefield/Ferrybridge 1.Proposed new canal I.Walker 56 x 45
Mersey/Humber 2. [overall plan of waterways]
W22. [?Morley [line of tunnel] 67 x 48
pencil note on verso] Mr Watson's Mill 67.5 x 47.5
[2 identical copies]
W28. City of Leeds D.Currie,
[+ photoc.] City Engineer 48 x 50.5
W31. Calverley/Farsley/ Mr & Mrs Clarke J.Smith & Son, 75.5 x 59.5
Bramley Thornhill Bradford
W32. Leeds-Collingham Lithographic 91 x 30.5
Turnpike Rd (proposed) Press, printers
W35. Pearl Assurance showing wells, Robert Neill 72 x 49.5
Building sumps etc. and Sons,
builders, Manchester.
W36. Cavalry Barracks from PRO (ref:MPE 1049) 58.5 x 35.5
Roundhay Rd
W37. Leeds ? Co-Op locations [cf B1897a] 54.5 x 45.5
W38. Adel Beck - reservoirs Jos. Broadhead S.D.Martin, surv. 68.5 x 50.5
['not carried out' in pencil; Corn Miller, J.F.Masser, lithog.
cf. F1842g] Mabgate - pencil on back.
W39. England & Wales Railways/canals/steam packets Rock 60.5 x 48
[photoc.]
W40. Leeds Bridge/R.Aire based on part of sheet 15 77 x 51
[5 foot:1mile] of the OS Leeds plans - indicating
[photoc.] gas/water installation?
W41. Woodhouse Moor/ 1889 OS with later houses indicated 74 x 66.5
Hyde Park Rd. [photoc.] [10 inch:1mile]
W42. Wharfedale Bartholomew's 'England Sheet 6' 75 x 56
[includes Leeds] reduced from OS [1/2 inch:1 mile]  
[top corner section missing] 19 x 9.5]
W43 Horsforth: Sale plan for the late John Womersley's estate - many names 82 x 59.5
Batchelor Row/Long
Row Rd
WB44. England & Wales 'Principal roads and the distances 101 x 58.5
[county borders from place to place in measur'd miles'; [map 54 x 50]
coloured] with 6 woodcut views: London, Bristol,
Liverpool, Hull, Plymouth &
Portsmouth. [CON 2008/9]
W45. Leeds North Hepper and Sons L.R.Roberts & Co 81.5 x 53.5
[Advertisements on back] Morecambe
W46. Leeds - Queen Frank Matcham plans Beck & Inchbold, 66.5 x 53.5
Victoria St, etc. Leeds Estates Co Ltd. publ.
Empire Theatre
W47. Leeds Race Course, K.J.Bonser tracing of OS 218:11, 1908 83 x 46.5
site of, Haigh  
Park, Hunslet
WB48. Leeds John Blayds Fox
96 x 64
Portland Crescent/ [future Town Hall site]
Great George St/
Park Lane
[2 inset plans: Woodhouse Lane/StAnn St
Coronation/Gt George/Cookridge St]
W48 Judges' Lodgings, Woodhouse Square (LL)
W49 Part of Roundhay Park Estate
Lot 29 (LL) J & GE Pickering John Hall 76 x 56
W50 Castleford, Town St/Carlton St
(LL) Thos. T. Powell Dunning & Kay 49 x 39
W51 Cryer Cut c1800 - R. Aire
Rothwell, Oulton, Woodlesford(LL) Hand-drawn sketch 74 x 58
W52 Estate at Woodhouse Carr
Moseleys and Speedwells (LL) Cuttel & Wilkinson John Hall 60 x 45
W53 Bacon's Plan of Leeds ?1912/15
(LL)
'No-date' Plans/Maps Rolled {R n.d.}
R1. Yorks. Ancient parishes & J.Harvey 89.5 x 63.5
chapelries of Yorkshire - 2 copies D.Payne 92.5 x 67
[published by YAS Parish Register section]
R2 [Now W48.]
R3. Leeds &York J.Atkinson/Wm.Hey R.S. 104.5 x 72
Turnpike Road - (Rev Henry Torre -
2 fields adjoining land)
R4. Central Station - 77.5 x 76.5
sections of roads
Wellington St/King St/
Whitehall Rd/Aire St
R5 Leeds-Liverpool Canal Joseph Priestley 176 x 65
(general survey) Sylvester Forrest
R7. Shipley Local Board [adjoining land: G.Thompson 308 x 58
of Health - waterworks William Maude,
[including Bingley & Baildon] Titus Salt,Hon.Rev S.Best,
  Rev J.B.Fenwick, Abraham Hardaker,
T.& J.Hollings,
J.C.Walker, A.J.Meeke, Sarah Ferrard,
A.& M. England,
Rev Godfrey Wright, W.R.C.Stansfield,
[2 plans] John Hudson, Joseph Dean.
R8. New Gaol - J.F.Masser,
Wortley & Stanningley tp Rd/ engrav.
Occupation Lane [Armley
to Armley Hall]  
1. Plan of site 66 x 51.5
R9. 2. Basement plan 67 x 65.5
R10. 3. Ground plan 65.5 x 59
R11. 4. 1st Gallery plan 68 x 66
R12. Armley Hall J.Dodgson 91 x 63.5
Dodgson Lane [adjoining land:
Mrs Hardwick, James
Holdforth, assignees of
Messrs Hebdon]
R13. Leeds - County Borough [probably later than R14.] 102.5 x 76
R14. Leeds - County Borough [compiled from OS; photoc.] 98 x 68.5
[probably earlier than R13.]
*R.15 Drovers' Roads/Routes [see Multiple Rolls, 6]
'No-date' Plans/Maps Folded {F n.d.}
F1. ?1845 Leeds to Derby N.Midland Railway G. Stephenson,
[Book 1: 11 fold-out plans of line, +   engineer
3 of towns, including one of Leeds]   F.Swanwick,
[Book 2: Sections] assistant
F2. ?1930s Leeds Jackson 102 x 80
[New Panoramic Map; 'Pharus-map'   Pharus Co,
+ street index] Berlin
F3. post 1910 Leeds Bacon & Co 85.5 x 66.5
[pale blue + H.Walker, bookseller, label]
F4. Yorkshire NE Philips New Series Ed.Weller, 46 x 38
[from OS; covers] FRGS
[cf. Wh 690]
F5. Yorkshire SW Philips New Series Ed Weller, 47 x 37
[from OS; covers] FRGS
[cf. Wh 690]
F6. Yorkshire SE Philips New Series Ed Weller, 46.5 x 37
[from OS] FRGS
[cf. Wh 690]
F7. Leeds - wards & Goodall, 100 x 82
polling districts Suddick
F8. Leeds + street Geographia Large Scale 98.5 x 74.5
index [blue]
[earliest, no Shadwell ring-road]
[cloth]
F9. Leeds + street Geographia Large Plan 99.5 x 75.5
index [blue] [ward boundaries in red]
[pre-decimal, Shadwell ring-road sketched in]
[cloth]
F10. Leeds + street Geographia New Plan with 120 x 109.5
index [red] Postal Districts
[Shadwell ring-road but no Crossgates extension]
[cloth]
F11. Leeds + street Geographia Large Scale 106.5 x 96
index [buff] [postal districts]
[Shadwell ring-road and Crossgates extension labelled]
[cloth]
F12. Yorkshire, N.R. - Plate 42 from J. & C. Walker 43 x 35
fox-hunting map Hobson's Fox-Hunting
[covers] Atlas [1850 in Wh 501/577,
but he notes reprints in
1866, c1870, 1881]
F13. Leeds Large Scale Plan G.W.Bacon 85.5 x 66
[pink covers]
F14. Leeds Kelly's Directory 95.5 x 88.5
[pre 1920s Wyther Park development]
F15. Leeds & environs reduced OS W.H.Smith & Sons 49 x 36.5
[including Ripon, Manchester, etc] Bartholomew
F16. Bradford Post Office rev. Waller & 74 x 63
Directory Collinson; publ.
Wm. Byle & Son
F17. Leeds Leeds & Holbeck printed by 60.5 x 58.5
[many adverts.] Building Society Vernon Publishing
F18. Leeds Geographia A1 Atlas under direction of [book]
+ street index; 4/- P.H.Thorpe
[green & white]
F19. Leeds Geographia A1 Atlas Jowett & Sowery [book]
+ street index; 2/-
[red]
F20. Leeds City Centre Wigley's; fold-out map 54 x 41.5
+ street index; 1/6d
F21. Leeds route map - Leeds City E.J.Arnold 97 x 74
5th edition Transport
F22. Leeds route map - LCT E.J.Arnold 97 x 74
6th edition
F23. Leeds, New Plan of Geographia; city 112 x 97.5
[later than F11 boundaries/postal districts
from price] + street index [blue]
F24. Leeds [later than F2.] Jackson's New Panoramic Jackson; 100 x 79.5
  Pharus-Map + street index Pharus Co.,
6" to 1 mile Berlin
F25. Leeds, Large Scale Geographia, + street based on OS 102 x 76.5
Plan index, 2/- paper [orange]
[Ring road partly entered]
F26. Leeds route map - Leeds City Transport
2nd edition Department E.J.Arnold 97 x 74
F27. Bradford [Leeds] Geographia Large Scale 100 x 75
& district Road Map - '30 Miles Round
Bradford
F28. Harrogate [area Bartholomew Half-Inch John Bartholomew 74.5 x 55
to north of Leeds] Edinburgh
F29. Yorkshire Bacon's County Map & G.W.Bacon 65.5 x 48.5
Guide, 1" to 5 miles
F30. Yorkshire Bartholomew, 1" to John Bartholomew 77.5 x 62
4 miles
'No-Date' Plans/Maps Boxed {B n.d.}
B1. Pudsey Town Centre detailed plan with shop & occupier names 35.5 x 29.5
[?late 20c] [x 3]
B2. Isurium 1.position in landscape [x 2, 1 coloured] 28 x 25.5
2. detailed plan 27 x 25
B3. Leeds Bars sketch for legal purposes 23 x 14.5
[?early 18c] [see Thoresby Soc 26, pp.170-1]
B4. N.Riding [illust.] 'Riding returns 2 members' 28.5 x 21.5
B5. E.Riding [illust.] showing railway stations; 28.5 x 21.5
'Riding returns 2 members
B6. Yorkshire Roman Roads 39.5 x 31.5
B7. Aireborough Guiseley & Rawdon street plan + 51.5 x 40.5
street index
B8. Yorkshire Botanical, Orological & Geological
Districts (7 maps) from VCH
B9. Bradford Town and Environs; Walker & Virr 46 x 39
from Brear's Guide surveyors
to Bradford
B10. Leeds Vicarage House - plan & Elevation 26 x 25
B11. Yorkshire Collection of 17 Maps printed for 25.5 x 20.5
School Museum Service of W.R.C.C.
Education Committee (mainly from
Whitaker, Maps of Yorkshire,YAS.)
B12. Leeds Locations of Anglo-Saxon churches 48 x 38
and pre-Viking sculptures in the Leeds
area
B13. Leeds Leeds Postal District Numbers GPO 24 x 10
B14. Leeds and West Yorkshire Transportation 42 x 30
Bradford Studies, Land use
B15. Leeds 'The Leeds Cutt' - river Aire at 25 x 20.5
Nether Mills; Mr Dixon of Gledhow,
'the Navigation', Mrs Glover, Mr
Wm. Denison.
B16. York Minster Plan of the Minster shewing 31.5 x 25.5
architectural styles+ lists of bishops, etc.

 

Council Planning Issues [in grey box]

1. Electric Press Building, Stansfeld Chambers, 14 Great George Street, Leeds

2. City Square re-paving works, fountain, statuary, etc., 2000

3. Proposed Northern Film Theatre on Quarry Hill, Leeds, 1995

4. Restoration of Eller's House, Kirkstall; 1998-2003

Date Place Associated Persons, etc Surveyors, etc. Dimensions
1829 Leeds-Selby Railway [B&N 63] James Walker, 71 x 25
[+annotation - Assent/Dissent colouring]   A.Comrie, surv.
1829a [Further copy of 1829 Baines & 72 x 28.5
publ. in 1834; B&N 64] Newsam
1834a Leeds/Selby railway Parsons' History James Walker 72 x 28.5
of Leeds Baines &
Newsam, publ.
1842a nr N.M.Railway stn John Clapham S.D.Martin 71 x 55
1842b [Second copy of 1842a John Clapham S.D.Martin 79 x 50
+ annotations]
B1843 Mill St., Maris St. Henry Teal 47 x 30
& Son
1843a English & Scottish Railways Charles F. 71 x 59.5/68
(3rd ed.) [photoc.] Cheffins
B1843b Railways in North of England 36.5 x 25
R1844a Leeds to Thirsk Grainger/ Robert Cooper, 76.5 x 56
Railway [16 plans Miller, James Powell,
of intended route engineers Charles Letch,
in book form] surveyors
J.F.Masser, lithog.
1845d Leeds & West Riding [intended lines J. Hawkshaw, 73 x 51
Railways [photoc.] & stations] engineer
Messrs Martin, Johnson & Fox
R1845e Leeds to York Railway Bateman, Thomas 74 x 49.5
[18 plans of intended engineer Newsam surveyor
route in book form]
R1845f Central Station John Dower, 92 x 73
[photoc.] engrav.
R1846 Central Station Wm Cubitt, John Robert 107.5 x 75.5
Hawkshaw, Cooper
Thomas Grainger surveyor
-engineers
R1846a Leeds & Bramhope Waterworks - 109 x 81
sections [+ photoc.] 101 x 65.
[Leeds & Thirsk Railway - 100 x 79
waterworks]
[related to & dated from 1846a above; + photoc.] 101 x 46
R1846 Central Station Wm Cubitt, John Robert 107.5 x 75.5
Hawkshaw, Cooper
Thomas Grainger surveyor
-engineers
R1846a Leeds & Bramhope Waterworks - 109 x 81
sections [+ photoc.] 101 x 65.
[Leeds & Thirsk Railway - 100 x 79
waterworks]
[related to & dated from 1846a above; + photoc.] 101 x 46
R1852c Horsforth Beck J.W.Leather 94.5 x 62
[Leeds-Thirsk Railway] Horsforth Beck Mill-owners
Drawing No.1: positions of mills
R1852d Drawing No.2: Carr Bridge to nr. Nongobys
reservoirs/Horsforth Beck J.W.Leather 130 x 72
R1852e Drawing No.3: Section Bramhope tunnel J.W.Leather 97 x 64.5
R1852f Drawing No.4: reservoirs site 1 J.W.Leather 73.5 x 53
R1852g Drawing No.5: reservoir sites 2 & 3 J.W.Leather 73.5 x 53
1858d Yorkshire Railway & G.F.Cruchley 57 x 51.5
[photoc.] Telegraphic Map
1864a Leeds Railway Terminus [suggested by 73 x 51
& through line [photoc.] J.F.Masser]
1864b Central Station, Leeds [suggested by J.F.Masser] 93 x 55
[photoc.]
R1882a Leeds [Great Northern McCorquodale
Railway] & Co 94.5 x 68.5
F1887b Leeds Suburban Railway Session 1887 Newstead 122.5 x 93
[covers] & Wilson
F1891a [Leeds station] Hudson v Goodall & Suddick, 97.5 x 72.5
N.E.Railway Co. printers
F1912 Lancashire/Yorkshire Railway John Aspinall 87.5 x 75
[on back: plans of Liverpool, Goole,
Fleetwood; map of Ireland; connections
with Continent; adverts.]
No Date Plans
W19. Leeds to Wakefield ['Aire and Calder Navigation 104 x 70
Railway improvements in course of execution'/'Aire & Calder Co's new canal' at Oulton] [folded]
W22. [?Morley [line of tunnel] 67 x 48
pencil note on verso] Mr Watson's Mill 67.5 x 47.5
[2 identical copies]
W39. England & Wales Railways/canals/steam packets Rock 60.5 x 48
R4. Central Station - 77.5 x 76.5
sections of roads
Wellington St/King St/
Whitehall Rd/Aire St
F1. ?1845 Leeds to Derby N.Midland Railway G. Stephenson,
[Book 1: 11 fold-out plans of line, +   engineer
3 of towns, including one of Leeds]   F.Swanwick,
[Book 2: Sections] assistant
Addenda
*1824b Hunslet[Archives, MS Box VIII]
*1891b Central Leeds[dated by map; located in Archives, Box I, 4] Appleton v.Leeds Corporation Ordnance Survey 10":1' 162.5 x 95