Ordnance Survey maps

There are a lot of Ordnance Survey related sites. We list some that we know well.

Alan Godfrey maps
Alan Godfrey has published over 2,000 reprints of Ordnance Survey large and small scale maps. Each has a contemporary illustration, an introductory essay on the area shown, and a section of a local trade directory. Excellent quality and value.

Charles Close Society for the study of Ordnance Survey maps
The society was formed in 1980 with the intention of bringing together anyone interested in the maps, plans and history of the Ordnance Survey.

Lez Watson's Ordnance Survey Leisure Maps summary lists
Constantly updated sheet histories of mostly post-1945 maps. Click on a map cover to see the series list.

Nineteenth Century Geological Maps
A new and expanding site for geological maps, books and information from the leading specialist in this field of cartography. Well worth a look.

Heritage Cartography : Victorian town and village maps
A most impressive list of beautiful large scale plans of towns and villages. If your town or village has not yet been published, Peter Adams will produce it for you. Available coloured or un-coloured. Wonderful maps to give as presents, to others or yourself.

Oil company road maps
If you do not know of Ian Byrne's excellent site for oil and petrol company road maps, you are missing a real treat.

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