Below is the O.S. Map for Thoralby Village 1910. I have underlined some of the more notable features, and changes from the 1891 map. Such as: One Public Houses; The George Inn; Two Chapels: Wesleyan Methodist (c.1879) and the Primitive Methodist (c.1849); Thoralby Corn Mill; The Smithy (now Wayside); The ancient Chapel site in Chapel Garth; The Stepping stones across Bishopdale beck, at the end of the Lane down from Holmeside; the Ford at the end of Goose Lane; the Foot Bridge, further down stream and the Sheepwash at Heaning.
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