The features shown have been derived from many sources and of various dates, including Ordnance Survey mapping, surveys produced for the Council by Bullen and Partners (1990), internally (1950), and ‘as built’ engineering drawings of the Beck flood alleviation scheme (1988).
Consequently the accuracy will vary and the mapping should not be considered complete as it is likely that not all watercourses will have been mapped. For some stretches the alignment has not been proven and a ‘straight line’ assumption has been made.
And this link takes you to the Ordnance Survey 6 inch map of Bradford. You can see Bradford Beck marked on, as well as The Goit, which is still possible to follow in places.