These maps are invaluable for historians and genealogists. We have now published more than 3,000 titles in this major series of
reprints of Old Ordnance Survey Maps of towns throughout
Britain and Ireland. Follow the links below for a complete catalogue.
Following Government guidelines and instructions we are now runnimng our office with minimal staffing.
Nevertheless, we hope to process and send out orders each day Monday-Friday and to provide a next-day service wherever
possible. Please note that telephone queries and orders can normally only be handled between 1pm and 3.30pm and that our office is closed to visitors
at all times. I am continuing editorial work at home and Suzanne will be dealing with email queries at
home. Many of our authors are also working on historical introductions from home and full service will be resumed as soon as possible. Thank you
for your continuing support through these difficult times. Alan Godfrey
We have our own On-line Mapshop. It has been designed to be simple and secure,
and enables us to provide a quick and efficient service. We hope you will visit it. However I do strongly recommend you look at and explore our catalogue beforehand.
Most of the maps are highly detailed, taken from the 1/2500 plans and
reprinted at about 14 inches to the mile. They cover towns in great detail, showing individual houses,
railway tracks, factories, churches, mills, canals, tramways
and even minutiae such as dockside cranes, fountains,
signal posts, pathways, sheds, wells, etc.. Each map includes historical notes on the area concerned. We also publish a series of smaller scale Inch to the Mile maps.
Most maps cost just £ 3.00 each in the United Kingdom,
plus £ 2.00 per order postage. Note that the small number of colour printed maps are £ 4.00 each.
To visit our On-line Mapshop visit this link.
For other ordering information see
our Order Page
Alan Godfrey Maps
Prospect Business Park
Leadgate, Consett, DH8 7PW
Tel. (01207) 583388
The Godfrey Edition / For general enquiries firstname.lastname@example.org / revised 31 March 2020