OGILBY Strip Map Whitby to Tynemouth, York to Scarborough

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 99


Whitby to Tynemouth, York to Scarborough

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:

Whitby to Tynemouth

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

 Whitby, enter Cleveland,   Lythe,   Skallingdam,   Freburgh Hill,   an allom mine,   Gisburgh also Gisbrough,   Sir William Chatnew,   Rosemary Topping,   Upshar Hall,   Miels,   Hamlington,   Mauburn a house or two,   to Yarum,   Marton,   enter the Bishoprick of Durham,   Stockton,   Norton,  to Darlington,   To Charlton,   the Lady Davis's',   Grindon,   Layton Chapel,   Layton village,   Sedgefield,   to Fishbourn,   Coxwell Hall,   Sunderland a house or two,   Shinkley,   Heughwell Hall,   Ould Durham,   Durham.  Continuing from Durham,   to Hartlepool,   to Piddington,   Raynton,   East Raynton,   to New Berry,   Hetton,   Newbottle,   East Harrington,   Middle Harrington,   Bares a village,   Weremouth ( Wearmouth ),   Sunderland,   Munkwermouth ( Monkwearmouth ),   Fulwell,   Whitborn,   Cledon,   Harton,   Westne,   South Shields,   to Newcastle,   North Shields,   ye fort and lighthouse,   Tinmouth ( Tynemouth ),  The Castle,   The German Ocean.        




The second side is from:

York to Scarborough

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

York,   Monk Gate Barr,   Stockton on the Moor,  enter Stockton Moor,   Spittle Bridge,   Whirwel,   High Heaton,   New Malton,   The Lord Ewers House,   To Scarborough,   Old Malton,   Hone House,   Marsh a village,   Hone Bridge,   enter Pickering Common,   Yarworth,   Sothergate,   Sneton,  Rushworth,   Whitby,   New Malton,   Old Malton,   Esquire Eblets house,   Norton,   Seaklethorp,   Rollington,   Skaneston,   Wintringham,   Thorpe Bassett,   Knopton,   East Hesterton,   Sherborn,   Browlton,   Garton,   Willerbye,   road to Foxhole and Beverley,   Staxton,   Flixton a village,   Little Harford,  Great Harford,   Miels,   Seamore,   a lake called Byards Water,   The Castle,   Scarborough 


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. ( 99 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg