This is our coverage of Cheshire, historically the County Palatine of Chester. In 1974 the county was divided into eight administrative districts, Chester, Congleton, Crewe & Nantwich, Ellesmere Port & Neston, Halton, Macclesfield, Vale Royal and Warrington. In 1998 Halton and Warrington became unitary authorities. In 2009 the remainder of the county was divided into two unitary authorities, Chester West & Chester, which included Chester, Ellesmere Port & Neston, and Vale Royal; and Cheshire East, which included Congleton, Crewe & Nantwich, and Macclesfield. This page lists all the Cheshire maps in these districts.
See separate pages for the Cheshire maps in Stockport, Tameside and Trafford, which became part of Greater Manchester in 1974, and Wirral, which became part of Merseyside. These all remain unitary auhorities.
All maps are available from our On-line Mapshop.
The following titles are all taken from the OS 25" maps and reduced to a scale of approximately 14 inches to the mile. They are extremely detailed, showing individual houses, details such as railway tracks, pathways, pubs, factories and even minutiae such as fountains and signal posts. Each covers an area of a mile and a half by one mile, and includes an introduction. Click on the links below for further details.
These are the maps for Cheshire:
We also publish a series of smaller scale Inch to the Mile maps, and all of Cheshire is covered. The main maps for the county are:are:
For full details of this series visit the One Inch page.
Most maps in the Godfrey Edition are taken from the 25 inch to the mile map and reduced to about 15 inches to the mile. They cost just £ 3.00 each (Coloured editions £ 3.50). For a full list of English maps, return to the England page
You can now order maps direct from our On-line Mapshop.