All good stuff Chris. On the inlet, just east of Pool Bridge is "CC at LW". Something Clear at Low Water ? (Claggy Crud ?)
HWMOT is High Water Ordinary Mean Tides.
Anyone any ideas ?? Answers on the back of a £20 note to ......
Questions, questions! You send ME a £20 note & I'll tell you the answer (please don't call my bluff 'till I've found out)
Another point of interest on the map is the Storeton Tramway, running along the frontage of the Sunlight works, to the pier, where the stone was unloaded by crane. This tramway was a source of annoyance to Lever, because it was slightly raised above ground level & difficult to cross. When the quarry closed, Lever bought the land where it was, including Storeton Woods. In fact, the woods to the South of Rest Hill Rd. are still owned by the Leverhulme Estates, although the Friends of Storeton Woods, who look after the rest of the woods, keep trying to buy them.