Ten new maps for County Durham to be published in 2022
We plan to issue a further ten new maps for County Durham in 2022. The first title is expected to be published in Feb/March 2022 and the rest
will be published by the end of the year. All will be of towns or villages in today's County Durham area with the emphasis on the area south and
west of Durham itself. Most are expected to have colliery and/or railway interest and at least half will be for areas not previousy covered in our series.
Subscriptions give an excellent discount, and also support us in our mission to cover as many towns and villages as possible. Each map includes
a specially written introduction. Maps are normally sent to subscribers, postage free, a few days before publication. A subscription costs just
£ 25 for the ten new maps, a substantial saving on the normal price.
Note that this subscription is essentially for the new maps, not those already available. Although details of the group are yet to be finalised,
the ten will all be in today's County Durham area. The group is expected to include new titles for Consett and Durham, and for the mining area around Ferryhill.
For those maps for the area already published, visit the relevant Durham page. Subscriptions can be
ordered through our On-line Mapshop or contact our office.
The first map in this subscription is due in Feb/March 2022. Although no firm timetable can be given, we intend to publish all
ten maps well before the end of 2022. This special offer is for UK customers only. We hope you will join us in subscribing to our new Durham maps and supporting this continuing project.
Quite simply, the more maps we sell, and the more subscribers we have, the more we can publish!
A Durham Subscription costs just £ 25 for the next 10 maps. The offer is available until 31st January.
You can place subscriptions direct on our On-line Mapshop. Or contact our office for details.
Alan Godfrey Maps, Prospect Business Park, Leadgate, Consett, DH8 7PW. Tel 01207 583388
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