Places near SD766348 Read
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Select the markers on the map to show the individual gazetteer entry which contains links to other on-line maps.
Lancashire1. Accrington, 2. Aighton, 3. Altham, 4. Bank Hey, 5. Barley, 6. Barley Green, 7. Barrow, 8. Billington, 9. Broadfield (Oswaldtwistle), 10. Brownhill, 11. Burnley, 12. Burnley Lane, 13. Chaigley, 14. Church, 15. Clayton-le-Moors, 16. Cliffe, 17. Clitheroe, 18. Clow Bridge, 19. Dill Hall, 20. Dinckley, 21. Dunnockshaw, 22. Edge End, 23. Fence, 24. Goldshaw Booth, 25. Great Harwood, 26. Habergham, 27. Habergham Eaves, 28. Hapton, 29. Henheads, 30. Heyhouses, 31. Higham, 32. Higher Audley, 33. Hillock Vale, 34. Hindle Fold, 35. Huncoat, 36. Hyndburn Bridge, 37. Ightenhill Park, 38. Intack, 39. Knuzden Brook, 40. Lane Ends (Hapton), 41. Langho, 42. Little Harwood, 43. Little Moor, 44. Little Moor End, 45. Lomeshaye, 46. Love Clough, 47. Low Moor, 48. Lowerhouse, 49. Mearley, 50. Milnshaw, 51. Mitton, 52. Nethertown, 53. Newchurch in Pendle, 54. Oakenshaw, 55. Old Accrington, 56. Old Langho, 57. Old Laund, 58. Oswaldtwistle, 59. Padiham, 60. Pendleton (Clitheroe), 61. Queens Park, 62. Read, 63. Rishton, 64. Roe Lee, 65. Rose Grove, 66. Rose Hill (Burnley), 67. Roughlee, 68. Sabden, 69. Scaitcliffe, 70. Shadsworth, 71. Simonstone, 72. Spring Hill (Accrington), 73. Standen Hall, 74. Stanhill, 75. Stonyhurst, 76. Sunny Bower, 77. Tottleworth, 78. West End (Oswaldtwistle), 79. Whalley, 80. Whalley Banks, 81. Wheatley Carr, 82. Wheatley Lane, 83. Whitebirk, 84. Wilpshire, 85. Wiswell, 86. Woodnook, 87. Worston,
Yorkshire (West Riding)1. Bashall, 2. Bashall Hall, 3. Eadsford Bridge, 4. Great Mitton, 5. Waddow Hall, 6. Whalley,
ZoomingAs you zoom out the number of icons that appear is reduced to avoid clutter. All places are shown at the larger scales, but as you zoom out only towns/parishes appear regardless of what you have specified in the search bar.
Start point in search barIf you pan the map so that it is centred on a different point the starting location used by the search bar changes to this point. So you can pan the map, and just click 'New search' to show places around that location. This will also remember the current zoom level.
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ColourA different colour is used for each county, with a darker shade used for those places which have their own unique web page e.g. parishes and townships. A paler shade is used for smaller places which don't have a unique web page. Information about these smaller places is held in the page for the parish or township to which they belong. As you zoom out the lighter icons will disappear to reduce overcrowding, and then the darker ones just leaving the place you selected as a starting point.
ShapeThe icons used for places for which we have an exact location have a teardrop shape. If we only have an approximate location (within 1 kilometre), a square icon is used. The marker for places with an approximate location is placed at a random location within a 1 Km square on the map.
If we have not yet decided in which township or parish a place was located a square icon with nibbled edges is used. This shape is used for both exact and approximate locations.