The extensive Ordnance Survey Historical Mapping Archive has been digitised. This enables us by using the Mapmaker-Plus system to produce an Historical map centred on any location in England & Wales.
The maps are at a scale of 1:10,560 and will use a composite of the appropriate map sheets to generate map centred on the details you give us.
Map Coverage 8.0 x 8.0 Km
Paper Size 100 x 89cm
Map detail size 80 x 80cm
This map is available either folded or Flat/rolled. This is the Flat/rolled version.
Simply tell us your Postcode and we will use this as the centre point.
We can personalise the cover of your map with up to 60 characters, please fill in this box if required. Please only use A-Z, 0-9 and the punctuation: & - " ' , . ! \ / ( ) "
If left blank the default inscription will be the map series and date.
The actual date of your map will vary depending on when it was surveyed by Ordnance Survey.
Once you have placed your order we will send you a preview of the map so that you can check it covers the area you require.
If you have any questions or would like to see a preview before you buy please free to contact us,
Tel. 01432 266322 - Jonathan
Please Note: Because these maps (known as County Series maps) were surveyed on a local county meridian, the grid line will be off-set to the modern National Grid and will be off set at county boundaries.
Important: If you are on the county boundary your map may contain an area of white space for the mapping that is 'over the border'. We strongly advise you to contact us before placing your order if you are near a county boundary
Coverage: Isle of Man, Channel Islands and Ireland (The North and The Republic of) are not covered by these mapsNotes
These historical maps have been created by combining numerous different sheets and that at times visible joins and variations in background colour are inevitable.
Due to differences in surveying techniques and cartographic accuracy the historical maps should not be relied upon exclusively for navigation or to reference a particular location.