Old Ordnance Survey Maps of County Durham
This is our coverage of Darlington and Stockton.
See separate pages for the maps of Co Durham or Hartlepool.
Both Darlington and Stockton are now unitary autthorities. For a summary of Durham's local government history visit This Page.
All maps are available from our On-line Mapshop. All maps are very detailed and each includes an introduction.
The following maps in our Durham series cover Stockton. From the rural setting of Norton, where the tram terminated beside a
village pond, the group moves southward to the busy centre of Stockton - with a population of over 50,000 by 1901 - and the many industries gathered around the Tees
where Stockton meets Thornaby. Each map includes an introduction; most include extracts from a contemporary directory.
50.08 Norton 1896 - published 2002; introduction by Robert Woodhouse
50.12 Stockton (North) 1899 - published 1994; intro by Robert Woodhouse
50.16 Stockton on Tees & Thornaby 1897 - published 1993; intro by Robert Woodhouse
50.16 Billingham (South) 1939 - published 2007; intro by Alan Godfrey
The following maps in our Durham series cover Darlington, a town which grew, under Quaker influence, into a major industrial centre and one of the leading railway
towns of the 19th century. The North and West maps are double-sided to provide as much coverage
as possible. For railway historians the main (Bank Top) station is on the Darlington South map, the railway works split between the Darlington
and Darlington North maps.
55.02 Darlington (North) 1896 - published 1993; intro by Alan Suddes
55.05 Darlington (West) 1898 - published 1990; intro by Alan Suddes
55.06 Darlington 1898 - published 1987; intro by Alan Suddes
55.10 Darlington (South) 1898 - published 1988; intro by Alan Suddes
Also available is a One Inch to the Mile Map, Sheet 33 Teesside 1895 which covers much of the area at a smaller scale. For
details of our One Inch Maps 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.
For a full list of English maps, return to the England page
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