OGILBY Strip Map Darleston to Garstang, Garstang to Carlisle

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 37


Darleston to Garstang, Garstang  to Carlisle 

These double sided maps were originally produced in around 1675 by John Ogilby - Presented here is a circa 1939 reproduction - so still very old!

The first side is from:

Darleston to Garstang

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Darleston,  Tittenfor Heath or Tittensor,   Tittenfor,  Collins Brook,  Trentham Hall,  Hanford,  Pencle,  Newcastle under Lime,  Chesterton,  Gammots (a house),  Talk or Tauke on the hill,  The road to Sandbach,  the road to Congleton,  Mr Rodes,  Rode Hall,  Bears Head Inne,  Knoles,  the road to Smallwood,  Sandbach,  Brewerton Green,  The Hall,  Holmes,  Holmes Chappell,  Crannidge Bridge on the river Dane,  Crannidge or Cranage,  the road to Manchester,  The road to Middlewich and Chester,  Stublage,  Lostock,  Lache Green,  Birch Hall possibly Birches,  Grulam,  Wincham Hall,  Dutton,  Budworth,  Whitley,  Franley,  Stocks,  Stretton Castle,  Cliff Hill,  the road to Dalamore and Acton Bridge,  Stocken,  The Mersey River,  the road to Leuerpoole possibly Liverpool Im not sure,  Warrington,  Langford Bridge,  Holme,  Winswick Green,  The Hall,  Watermill,  Leuerpoole or Leerpool Hall,   Newton,  the road to Holland,  Hadbock Hall,  could be Alton Aslton Alston Afton all near Lauton,  the road to Billings Chappell or Chapel,  Goose Green,  Smithy Brook,  Worsley Hall,  Adam Bridge,  Dug House Brooke,  Wigan,  Roebuck,  Standish,  Cungrove Hall,  Coppen More,  Whittle Bridge,  Whittle,  the road to Charley possibly Chorley,  Charnock More,  Charnock Richard,  Pincock Bridge over the river Yarrow,  Exton,  Exton Chapel,  Renshemore,  Laland cod be Leyland,  the road to Beakburn,  Coverton Hall,  Baumber Bridge,  Harden Green,  Walton Brow,  the river Darwin,  Ribble Bridge,  Preston,  Cadley More,  Broughton,  Baxton,  Maskay Bridge,  Brock Bridge over the river Broke,  the road to Churchtown,  Bangrave or Baugrave,  Garstang, the river Wire or Wyre. 




The second side is from:

 Garstang to Carlisle

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Garstang,  Wyresdale,  Elhill,  Burrow,  Scotford,  Lancaster,   Skelton,  the road to Hostbanch ? and the sands,  Boulton,  Carnford,  Leyton Hall or Lighton Hall,  Birkstone,  Burton,  Holme,  Holmes Park,  Holton Cragg,  Frandon,  Sallat Brow,  Grove Chapel, Sidwick,  Notelaf or Notelas,  Neither Bridge on the river Kent,  Kendal,  Kendal Castle,  Dockrey Hall,  Betome Hill,  Skeesmore Fell,  Banesdale Horse,  Horse House,  Stone Heaps,  the road to Greenholm,  the road to Appleby,  Shop,  the road to Strickland,  Thrumby,  Cliff Chapel,  Broome Castle vulgo Brougham,  Penrith,  the road to Hutton Hall,  to Lasenbey and Saufell,  Englewood Forest,  Hesket,  War Hesket,  Carlton,  Harrabey,  English Gate, Carlisle.


It measures overall 300 x 240 mm (12 x 9.5 inches) approx. It is in good condition with a little fading around the edges.You must excuse some of the spelling as parts are written in old English. This map would look wonderful mounted (matted) and framed. ( 37 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg