Old Ordnance Survey Town Plans of Liverpool
This group of maps is from the highly detailed 5 foot to the mile maps published by the Ordnance Survey in the
mid 19th century. We reduce them to a scale of a yard to the mile, making them more manageable in size while retaining the
detail. They even show the interiors of some buildings and, of course, are much earlier in date than most other OS large scale maps.
All maps are available from our On-line Mapshop.
Please bear in mind that because of the large scale they cover very small areas, approximately 1056 x 704 yards.
These are the early Town Plans we publish for Liverpool:
14 Liverpool (Stanley & Clarence Docks) 1848-64 - published 2009; intro by Kay Parrott
18 Liverpool (Gt Howard Street St) 1864 - published 2007; intro by Kay Parrott
19 Liverpool (Vauxhall) 1864 - published 2007; intro by Kay Parrott
20 Liverpool (Shaw St) 1848 - published 2008; intro by Kay Parrott
23/28 Liverpool Pierhead 1850-64 - published 2006; intro by Kay Parrott
24 Liverpool (Dale St) 1848-64 - published 2004; intro by Kay Parrott
25 Liverpool (London Road) 1848-64 - published 2005; intro by Kay Parrott
29 Liverpool (Hanover St) 1848-64 - published 2003; intro by Kay Parrott
30 Liverpool (Mount Pleasant) 1848 - published 2005; intro by Kay Parrott
34 Liverpool (Wapping) 1849-64 - published 2008; intro by Kay Parrott
35 Liverpool (St James' Mount) 1849 - published 2009; intro by Kay Parrott
38/42 Liverpool (Brunswick Dock) 1848-64 - published 2012; intro by Kay Parrott
39 Toxteth (Mill St) 1847 - published 2012; intro by Kay Parrott
Most other 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 maps of Liverpool at that scale go to the Liverpool page. For a full list of Lancashire maps, return to the North West page
Most maps cost just £ 3.00 each. You can order them direct from our On-line Mapshop.
Alan Godfrey Maps, Prospect Business Park, Leadgate, Consett, DH8 7PW. Tel 01207 583388
The Godfrey Edition / email@example.com / 17 Sept 2016