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SimonV8ster

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Is there somewhere where you can identify old streams or wells that may have existed ?

DonnyMac

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Vieste

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Local council land rights?

DonnyMac

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Vieste said:
Local council land rights?
That might be a better option.

cv01jw

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Have you tried looking at www.old-maps.co.uk ?

They will usually have maps dating back a hundred or so years and I have used them to track culverts etc on sites I have worked on.
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ewenm

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The older Ordnance Survey maps will have them marked. I'm not sure how easy it is to get a look at them though. Your local library might be able to help (assuming it still exists) or OS themselves.

SimonV8ster

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Thanks, that gives me some leads.
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