Bedlam Square South of footpath by Peats Farm on South Street, some buildings survive as castle shelter.
Bell’s Lane At the end of the Council houses on the East side of the Common.
Bishop’s Tip A spoil heap from the old pits just off Plumbley Lane
Blue Bell Inn By the Rectory, South Street, Demolished for new housing.
Bridle Stile A very ancient way from Queen Street to Ridgeway Road.
Brown Cow Inn A pub on the North side of Crown Corner now demolished.
Brow The ridge overlooking the Church on the footpath across from Duke Street to the old Grammar School (Westfield).
Butcher’s Arms A pub at the junction of Station Road and High Street, now a disused building, Now an hair dressers 2020
Captain The first field west of Peats Farm on South Street.
Castle (Eckington) No historical proof of a Castle.
Chapel Wheel Old Mill Dam between Renishaw Golf course and Spinkhill.
Coal Pit Lane An access Road to an old “Bell” pit at the Bridle top
Colin Green Now Queen Street
Crown Inn Opposite the Queen corner of Queen Street and High Street. (Grass land now)
Dent Lane On site of Birley Garden Centre was Dent Main Colliery.
Duke William An old pub on Duke Street, Opposite Claytons butchers.
Fitzwilliam Arms Once an old pub on Mosborough Moor now private residence, part of Savages farm.
French Nook Junction of Duke Street and High Street.
Front (the) The High Street from the ‘Royal’ to the Queen.
Gin Banks Ridge reached by a footpath the leads up to it from Plumbley Farm.
Hanging Lea Woods behind Westfield and Owlthorpe.
Hollow An ancient lane running from High Street, by the side of Mosborough Hall now known as The Hollow Lane.  This was once a road through to Rotherham Road.
Knowl Hill Station Road
Lambsicks Grass area bottom of Chapel Street, used to contain the village pond.  Also known as Market Street
Lion This was part of the River Moss near Never Fear Dam where children used to paddle.
Little Hill Small hill Road at the bottom of Queen Street adjoining to High Street.  In 1700’s Bull baiting took place here.
Malthouse Row From the bottom of Station Road No 32 to the ‘Vine’
Market Street Now Chapel Street
Monkey A part of River Moss above “The Lion” where children used to swim
Moor Hole From Mosborough Moor over the hill on the east side to the Rear of Wilson garage Birley Moor
Nags Head Later Halfway House approx. site of new roundabout Mosbro’ to Killamarsh Road
Nether Misterton Now School Street
Owlthorpe Off top of Mosbrough Moor Northwards.
Peat’s Arches Old houses on Duke Street, now demolished
Piece Stile Bottom of Stone Street
Pingle An ancient path from Eckington Hall to South Street, Between Elmwood and Eckington Hall
Primrose Hill Top of Chapel Street, grass Bank with white railings, at one time there was Stocks there.
Ring Field A field with two ringed, railed enclosures of trees in the Moss Valley.
Rose Hill A small lane (now disused) on the West side of the top of the Common.
Salt Box A quaint salt cellar shaped House at corner of School Street & High Street, now demolished.
Sammy’s An ancient path off Station Road – led to Beighton surrounded by housing now.
Shed Field At the bottom of the path that starts opposite “The Wheel” and goes down to the River Moss.
Smugglers Row A row of old cottages off High Street where the dentist is now.
Summer House Unusual square looking house on South Street opposite to the Alma Inn and “Croft Nurseries”.
Sydney Tavern Now private residence no 27 Queen Street
The Jungle A part of the footpath from the Bridle to Plumbley.
The Lane Continuation of South Street to Eckington, known locally as “Back Lane” but called Gas House Lane on the ordnance survey maps.
The Whins Gorse bushes off Plumbley Lane, running up to the “Cliffs” from Plumbley Lane Farm.
Unwins Well Near the junction of Station Road and High Street
WestWell By the Wheel on Plumbley Lane.
Windmill At Plumbley, location unknown. Just off Plumbley Lane on the left hand side, about 200 yards below where the Wheel Public House was.
White Bridge The footbridge over the River Moss near Never Fear Dam.