Original Victorian County Map
YORKSHIRE - North West Sheet
The areas covered include: From Lune Forest, Middleton in Teesdale, High Coniscliffe, Yarm, Stockton, Redcar and Saltburn in the North; down through Kirkbymoorside, Helmsley, Flaxton, Warthill in the East; Whitendale, Preston, Fewston,, Knaresborough, Warthill in the South; from Stoneshaw Rigg, Edbergh, Ribblehead, High Bentham, Settle to the West. etc.
Some of the Houses, Farms and places of interest named on the map include:
Lamb Hill House - New House - Dale House - Hollin Hall - Capon Hall - Close House - Acril Hall - Holmes Gill Grange - Kendal House - Lower Farn House - Darnbrook House - all near Settle
Low and High Houses - Carpley Grange - Thornton Rust - Shooting House - Rigg House - East House - Cowgill House - Scar House - Newby Head Inn - Cam House - Raydale House - all near Hawes and Askrigg.
Thwaite Hall - Hope Houses - Hawk Nest Well - White House - Sturdy House - Buddle House - Forcett Park - Pond House - all near Barnard Castle.
Sedbury Park - Morris Grange - Murky Hill - Low Gatherley Hall - Botany Bay - Sowber Hall - Killerby Hall - Hornby Park - Hilltop House - Downholme Park - Skelton Hall - all near Richmond and Catterick.
Danby Hall - Dantzic House - Low Hatton Grange - Warren House - Pott Hall - Lobley Hall - Nook House - High and Low Bramley Grange - Spring Hall - Callow Hill House - Langwith House - Red House - Carthorpe Lodge - all near Masham.
Blubber Houses Moor - Red Shaw Hall - Spring House - Black House - Another Black House - Cayton Hall - Old Moor House - Heaton House - Ornhams Hall - Forms House - Hollins House - Ribston Lodge - Park House - all near Harrogate.
Sugar Hill - Swale House - Fox Hall - Thorpefield House - Hagg Inn - Paradise House - Bruce House - Nevison House - Westow Hall - West Acre Lodge - Coneygarth Hall - Woolmoor New Building - Water Hall - Crab Tree House - Beal House - Leach Grange - Hollin Tree House - Street House - Abel Grange all near Thirsk.
Plus many more around Easingwold, Helmsley, Northallerton, Stokesley, Guisbrough etc.
Provenance: Edited and Published by George W. Bacon FRGS., Agent by Appointment for the Ordnance Maps, 127 Strand. London c1883.
IMPORTANT: If you are looking for a particular house, please ask before buying.
It is in good condition, and has a blank reverse with an as published central fold. It measures 500 x 330mm (18 x 12.00") approx. overall including borders. It originally would have been in an atlas, edge mounted so as to avoid damage to the map, and not stapled. The sheet number is in the top corner of border (see scan). This map is suitable for mounting and framing. There may be small handling marks and signs of handling.This item will be packaged in a tube.
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