This section contains pages with maps of a number of villages in various counties. They show the houses in each village with their names. It is hoped that these will be of help to emergency services, delivery men, or indeed anyone trying to find a house by name. The maps may be viewed or downloaded and printed free of charge.
Please note that you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in to view the maps. If you don't have the free plug-in, you can download it from Adobe. If you have Acrobat Reader, then when you click on one of the map names, the reader will display the map of the village. You may then use the menu items either to print the map or to save it by downloading it onto your computer. Alternatively, if you right-click on a name you can use 'Save Target As' in order to download the map or 'Print Target' to print it.
If you know the name of the village but do not know which district it is in, click on the list of maps below.
Maps of Darlington (16 maps)
Maps of County Durham (75 maps)
Maps of East Riding of Yorkshire (203 maps)
Maps of Northumberland (181 maps)
Maps of Redcar and Cleveland (11 maps)
Maps of Stockton-on-Tees (9 maps)
Maps of City of York (16 maps)
Latest additions and revisions:
Northumberland (181 maps)
Crosthwaite, South Lakeland, Cumbria (revised)
Sheriff Hutton (4 maps), Ryedale (West), North Yorkshire
Leyburn (5 maps), Wensleydale, North Yorkshire
Manfield, Richmondshire, North Yorkshire (revised)
Brigham (North), Allerdale, Cumbria
Brigham (South), Allerdale, Cumbria
Greysouthern (North), Allerdale, Cumbria
Greysouthern (South), Allerdale, Cumbria
Much of the information recorded here has been gleaned from the maps provided by the County Councils. I wish to record my deep indebtedness to residents of a number of villages who have spent many hours updating the details and giving me corrections and additions. Although every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, no responsibility can be taken for results ensuing from any errors in these maps.
The Ordnance Survey have informed me that, though my maps ultimately derive from theirs, due to lack of topographic detail no licence is needed.