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Lancashire County Council: Environment Directorate: Old Maps. These online versions of Old Maps of Lancashire were produced by The Environment Directorate's Archaeology Service. Part of the remit of this service is to educate and inform the public about Lancashire's historic environment. We currently have 8 full county maps of Lancashire for online viewing. In addition we now have several town maps c. OS first editions and some based on the 1: 1. Tithe Map. If you are interested in locating old Parishes then the OS Index of early editons map is probably the best place to start.

Many of the original paper maps from which these digital versions were scanned are held in the Lancashire Record Office, where they can be inspected. If you are interested in studying old maps or tracing family history then this is the place to go. They also offer for sale maps on CD- ROM, currently Hennet and Yates (Lancashire), Jeffery's (Yorkshire) and a 3 CD- ROM set of 1: 2. Lancashire. Contact them direct if you are interested. Mario, our Geographic. Information System (GIS) includes historic maps of more of Lancashire at scales. Modern aerial photographs.

Lancashire. Because of internet limitations the. Note: In 1. 97. 4 the administrative boundaries of Lancashire were redrawn and the Counties of.

Greater Manchester and Merseyside formed. Apart from the whole county maps we.

Lancashire - Full County Maps Gough, c. The so- called Gough Map is the earliest surviving. Britain dating from c. It’s origins are unknown and owes it name to, Richard Gough (1. This extract is from the OS 1. The original is coloured and is in the Bodleian Library, Oxford but is much less legible.

An online. version of the original has now been made available by Queens University, Belfast: QUB Link Speed, 1. Black & White - Colour. John Speed's map of Lancashire is. Warning: the file sizes are large - even the black and white copy is 4. Yates, 1. 78. 6Greenwood, 1. Colour map and probably.

Hennet, 1. 82. 9OS Index of early edition 6- inch and 2. Maps - Key map with Parishes Lancashire Hundreds. The 6 hundreds are believed to originate before the Domesday Book and the formation of Lancashire itself!

Lancashire Administrative County 1. Map of Lancashire dated 1. Registration of Births, Marriages and Deaths .

This shows the county boundary as it was between 1. File size = 1. 4. Mb. OS First Edition 1/1. Large area Adlington - This first edition OS 6- inch map of Adlington was published c. Appley Br. and Wrightington - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Appley Bridge and Wrightington area was published c. Can you spot Noah's Ark?

Barnoldswick - This first edition OS 6- inch map (revised) of Barnoldwick is from the Yorkshire Series as. Barnoldswick was then in Yorkshire. Barrowford - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Barrowford area was published c. Brierfield - This first edition OS 6- inch map of Brierfield was published c. Burscough/Burscough Bridge - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Burscough/Burscough Bridge area was published c. Clayton- le- Moors - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Clayton- le- Moors area was published c.

Eccleston and Eccleston Green - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Eccleston area was published c. Croston - . This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Croston area was published c. Earby - This first edition OS 6- inch map (revised) of Earby is from the Yorkshire Series as. Earby was then in Yorkshire. Lancaster - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Lancaster area was published c.

Note the position of Lancaster station. Longton. Longridge - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Longridge area was published c. Lytham - This first edition OS 6- inch map of Lytham was published c. Padiham - This first edition OS 6- inch map of Padiham was published c. Parbold and Newburgh - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Newburgh and Parbold area was published c.

Preston (PDF Format, 3. Mb) - Published 1. DDX 8. 27/1. Rishton - This first edition OS 6- inch map of Rishton was published c. Skelmersdale - This first edition OS 6- inch map of the Skelmersdale area was published c. Ashurst's Beacon and the River Tawd provides a link!

Tarleton. Upholland. OS First Edition 1/1. Small area OS First Edition Maps 1/2,5. Accrington and Church - This first edition OS map of Accrington was published c.

The east tile has Accrington town centre and station whilst the west tile centres on Church - East - West. Bacup - This first edition OS map of Bacup was published c. East - West. Barrowford. Bartle/Cottam. Birkacre. Britannia. Burnley - This first edition OS map of Burnley was published c.

The East tile has Turf Moor - East - West. Carleton. Carnforth - This old map of. Carnforth is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. There is only one tile but it includes the famous station. Chorley - This first edition OS map of Chorley was published c. North - South. Clitheroe - This first edition OS map of Clitheroe was published c.

North - South. Colne - This first edition OS map of the Colne was published c. East - West. Fleetwood - This old map of Fleetwood is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. Garstang - This first edition OS map of Garstang was published c. North - South. Goodshaw. Great Harwood - This old map of. Great Harwood is from the first Edition OS 1: 2.

It includes the railway station. Habergham Eaves/Lowerhouse. Haslingden - This old map of. Haslingden is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. Helmshore. Kirkham and Wesham - This first edition OS map of the Kirkham was published c. East - West. Lancaster - This first edition OS map of the Lancaster was published c.

North West - North East - South West - South East. Leyland - This old map of. Leyland is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. Morecambe - This OS first edition map of Morecambe was published c.

The east tile. includes Bare and Torrisholme villages (as they were then) - West - Centre - East. Nateby. Nelson - This old map of Nelson is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. Ormskirk - This old map of. Ormskirk is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. Padiham. Penwortham.

Poulton- le- Fylde - This old map of. Poulton is from the first Edition OS 1: 2.

Preston - This first edition OS map of Preston was published c. North - South. Rawtenstall - This old map of. Rawtenstall is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. Ribchester - This old map of.

Ribchester is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. There is only one tile but it includes the Roman Fort.

Note this map is at twice our normal scale. Free Online Virtual Dating Games No Download. Rossendale Valley - This first edition OS map of the Rossendale Valley (Stacksteads to Bacup) was published c.

West - East. Scotforth. Sharoe Green Slaidburn - This old map of. Slaidburn is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. There is only one tile but it is twice our normal scale and includes some handwritten property names and numbers! Torrisholme. Waterfoot - This old map of Waterfoot is from the first Edition OS 1: 2.

The railway and Thrutch Tunnel feature. Whalley - This old map of. Whalley is from the first Edition OS 1: 2. There is only one tile but it includes the Abbey. OS 1/1. 0,5. 60 (6- inch) Maps - c.

OS 1- inch Maps (Colour) 1. Note publication dates 1. Other maps Ormskirk 1. The original of this early pictorial map of Ormskirk is held in Ormskirk Library. The church is very recognisable with its tower and spire. Mb)Ogilby's Road Map 1. Road Map by John Ogilby, 1.

The Road from London to Carlisle (Garstang to Carlisle Section). This map, engraved in strip form, gives details of the roads and terrain crossed including rivers, mountains, towns, and bridges. This "strip map" was part of John Ogilby's Britannia, which consisted of 1. England and Wales. Preston 1. 71. 5 - This map dates from the Jacobite rebellion of 1. The battle in Preston was the only one in England, and resulted in the Scottish forces.

Catholic/Jacobite supporters) getting thrashed by the Hanoverians. Many were executed or transported in the aftermath of the Rebellion.

Bonny Prince Charlie had another go, and got even less support south of the border (and also south of the Highland fault, it has to be said). The map from which this image was scanned is available for inspection in the Lancashire Record Office. DDPR 1. 41/1. Chorley 1. Chorley over 2. 30 years ago. Note the open streams across Market Street! Two maps are provided: the 1. Caton - This Tithe Map of the Caton parish was published 1.

Preston, Brown's 1. Map - This old map of Preston was produced and published by W.

Brown - West - Middle - East. Notes. These maps have been scanned at 2.

Several of them had to be scanned as greyscale to retain legibility and have had to be published as jpegs with some loss of quality. Printing these maps can be a problem if you only have an A4 printer. You can change the format to landscape and get a bit wider. The alternative is to centre the area you are interested in on the screen. Prt. Sc (printscreen) key to put it in the clipboard. By opening a package such as Word or Powerpoint. Another method is to right click on the map tile.

You can then open it in Paintshop or similar graphics programme, crop it and print at any scale. Windows. XP/Internet Explorer 6: By default this browser resizes images to fit the screen. To view the maps full size you will need to un- tick the resize images box under: - Tools> Internet Options> Advanced> Multimedia. Copyright: This is complex as both these scans and the base maps are separately subject to copyright! As regards the original paper maps, Crown copyright (eg OS maps) lasts for 5.

The base maps from which these scans were derived are now (believed to be) out of copyright but. Lancashire County Council. There is no objection to using these maps for personal research but. If you need to refer to them then please link to them here and. Lancashire County Council. Related Links Note: Lancashire County Council is not responsible for the content of external Internet sites. Contact. For queries and suggestions regarding these maps email : [email protected]