Residents and visitors to Staffordshire will have a clearer sense of direction – thanks to this easy to read, and up to date atlas. This full-colour atlas of Staffordshire is the result of months of planning and production between the national mapping agency and co-publishers, Philip's. It differs from many other atlases, not only in the style of the mapping but also because it includes rural districts surrounding major towns and cities as well as all the built-up areas.
The atlas is the one in the series of Street Atlases from Ordnance Survey, covering many counties from England and Scotland. They all carry a range of easy-to-spot symbols highlighting facilities such as parks, post offices, railway stations, police, fire and ambulance stations, hospitals, schools and colleges, and major public buildings.
This colour atlas of Staffordshire is based on Ordnance Survey data and shows every street in Staffordshire. The mapping is at 7 inches to a mile and is complete with postcode boundaries. There is a route-planning map at the front of the atlas.
Key features of this atlas include: Superb county-wide up-to-date colour mapping at an extra-large scale of 3.5 inches to 1 mile, complete urban and rural coverage, detailing every named street in town and country, Schools, colleges, public buildings, sports and leisure facilities marked and named. Hospitals, police stations, railway stations, industrial estates and shopping centres are clearly indicated. Rural features - woods, farms, hills, rivers, landmarks - marked and named. Comprehensive indexes complete with postcodes.
This atlas covers not only the whole of Staffordshire, but include large scale maps of Hanley, Longton, Newcastle-under-Lyme, and Stafford.
Key to map symbols
Key to map pages
Administrative and Postcode Boundaries
Street Maps at 3 ˝ inches to 1 mile
Street maps of centres of Hanley, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Longton and Stafford at 7 inches to 1 mile
Index of towns and villages
Index of streets, hospitals, industrial estates, railway stations, schools, shopping centres, universities, and places of interest