Here are the details of maps for Durham City:
We have published two versions of this map showing how the city changed across the years.
These very detailed maps cover the City of Durham, with its glorious cathedral, thought by many to be the finest building in England. Our maps cover the core of the city, including the whole of the cathedral area on its loop in the River Wear. Coverage extends west to Neville's Cross, east to much of Gilesgate.
Features include the Cathedral, University, Castle, South Bailey, North Bailey, Old Elvet, Prison (left blank for security reasons), Claypath, Gilesgate goods station, Elvet station, main NER station, Bede College, St Giles church, carpet manufactory, Workhouse, Grammar School, Neville's Cross, County Hospital, Western Hill, St Cuthbert's church, disused mills, Crook Hall.
The maps link up with Sheets 20.13 Durham (North) to the north, 27.02 Durham City (East) to the east, 27.05 Durham City (South) to the south.