This page gives details of maps in the Knowsley, St Helens, Warrington, Widnes and Halton areas. Some cross the border into Cheshire. There is a great deal here for students of industrial archaeology, especially with the St Helens and Widnes maps. Each map includes an introduction to the history of the area.
Click on the thumbnail right for an index map of the areas covered.
The following are for the Knowsley area, including St Helens:
The following two maps cover the Widnes-Runcorn area. With its maze of chemical works, the Widnes map is one of the most industrial we have published. The adjacent map covers Runcorn, on the Cheshire side of the river, and linked by the celebrated transporter bridge.
Warrington itself is covered by two maps, while the Thelwall map, a recent addition, shows an area just outside the town. The Warrington West map is notable for the industries around Bank Quay, most notably the Lever works. The Warrington map has the busy town centre, features including the long closed Arpley station, St Elphins church, the complex tram network, and much of Latchford.
Parts of the county are also covered in our series of One Inch Maps. Follow this link for further details and index maps. Of special relevance to this area are:
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. They cost just £ 2.25 each. For a full list of Cheshire and Lancashire maps, return to the North West page. You can now order maps direct from our On-line Mapshop.