The large scale plans of the Ordnance Survey are quite unique. In a clear and attractive manner they have portrayed the English towns and villages in detail over the last 150 years. They show not just the streets, but virtually every house; the complete track layouts of railways and tramways are given; factories, mills and docks are all shown. The maps contain all the fascinating minutiae that is the lifeblood of history and have become the most complete record of the places where our ancestors lived and worked.
The Godfrey Edition is a major undertaking to reprint these maps, in a convenient and affordable form, for towns throughout Britain and Ireland. This map of Whaley Bridge and Bugsworth as they were in 1896, will delight local historians, genealogists and all who are interested in the history of this area. In includes an essay on the history of these places by Derek Brumhead and William Eyre, together with extracts from a contemporary directory.
So far more than 1500 maps have been republished in this series, and more continue to be reprinted each month. For the latest listing check the publishers website www.alangodfreymaps.co.uk.