Old Ordnance Survey Maps of West Sussex

  • These detailed maps normally cover an area of about one and a half miles by one mile. Each map includes an introduction.
  • They are available through our On-line Mapshop

  • Here are the details of the maps for Horsham:

  • Sussex Sheet 13.08 Horsham (North) 1932 - published 2004; intro by Tony Painter. ISBN.978-1-84151-716-2
  • Sussex Sheet 13.12 Horsham (South) 1938 - published 2004; intro by Tony Painter. ISBN.978-1-84151-717-9

    We have published two detailed maps of Horsham, and these link up with each other to provide good coverage of the town. The divide between the two maps is actually through the middle of the station.

    The Horsham North map covers the area from the station northward about a mile to Warnham Mill and Wimblehurst Farm, westward to Springfield Park and The Common, and eastward to Little Haven. Features include the railway engine shed, Wimblehurst, North Parade, Springfield Park, Holy Trinity church, Warnham Mill Pond (where Shelley played as a child), hospital, Grammar School, Kings Road. On the reverse is an extract from a 1905 commercial directory, entries A-K.

    The Horsham South map continues coverage south, and includes much of the town centre, continuing south to Chesworth Farm, west to Tanbridge House, east to Hornbrook Farm. Features include Carfax, North Street, St Mary's church, Bishopric, West Street, East Street, North Brewery, cemetery, New Street, Brighton Road, Oakhill, New Town, site of Chesworth House. The commercial directory, entries K-Z, is concluded on the reverse.

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