Old Ordnance Survey Maps of the City of York
This is our coverage of the City of York. Historically York was the county town of Yorkshire and separate from the three Ridings. In 1974 it became part of the new North Yorkshire county,
but in 1996 it became a unitary authority. See here for the other maps in North Yorkshire.
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.
These are the maps within the City of York area:
174.06a City of York 1889 - published 2015; intro by Alan Godfrey
174.06b City of York & Clifton 1907 - published 1987; intro by Alan Godfrey
174.07 York (NE) & Heworth 1889 - published 2017; intro by Alan Godfrey
174.10a York (South) 1889 - published 2016; intro by Alan Godfrey
174.10b York (South) 1907 - published 1992; intro by G C Dickinson
174.11 York (SE) & Heslington 1890 - published 2017; intro by Alan Godfrey
We also cover the area in our Inch to the Mile series. Here are the principal maps for the area:
.63 Vale of York (North) 1913 with a map of Stamford Bridge
.71 Vale of York (South) 1905-13 includes a map of Bubwith
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.
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