Reference Number: 137 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Edition 4
6 Marton Road
Opening: Monday 9.00am - 5.00pm; Tuesday 9.00am - 9.00pm; Wednesday 9.00am - 5.00pm; Thursday 9.00am - 5.00pm; Friday 9.00am - 4.30pm
Prior appointment desirable.
Content: Manuscript maps relating to the former County of Cleveland area.
Publishes a brief guide.
Reference Number: 162 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Edition 4
Torquay Local Studies Library
Torquay Central Library
Opening: Monday 9.30-7.00; Tuesday 9.30-5.00; Wednesday 9.30-7.00; Thursday 9.30-1.00; Friday 9.30-7.00; Saturday 9.30-4.00
Prior appointment desirable for maps in microfiche format.
Content: Circa 2,300 maps and 50 atlases, with particular emphasis on local history of South Devon.
Large scale OS plans of South Devon, including microfiches of the 1st and 2nd County Series editions. Microfiches of local tithe maps held in the Devon Record Office. A small collection of aerial photographs of South Devon, mainly Torquay.
OS maps for Devon on CD-ROM.
Photocopying, and printing from microforms.
Reference Number: 207 - Last revised: 29/03/07 Editon 5
Trafford Local Studies Centre
Person in charge: Sheila O'Hare (Local Studies Librarian)
Telephone: 0161 912 3013
Open: Monday 9.00-7.30 Tuesday 9.00 - 5.00 Wednesday 9.00-5.00 Thursday 9.00-7.30 Friday 9.00-5.00 Saturday 9.00-4.00
Content: The local history centre for Trafford Libraries. A general local history collection containing maps, directories, books, pamphlets, photographs, etc.
Circa 2,000 sheets. OS from 1870s to date, various scales and editions. Tithe maps.
Sale Library is now the local and family history centre for Trafford Libraries, although Altrincham retains a small local history collection.
Reference Number: 554 - Last revised: 31/10/12, Edition 7.
Tyne & Wear Archives
Newcastle upon Tyne
Person in charge: Archives Manager
Telephone: 0191 277 2248 (Searchroom)
Fax: 0191 230 2614
Opening hours: See website for latest information
Open to the public, research service
Tyne and Wear area 17th - 21st centuries, including Ordnance Survey (1st - 4th editions, 6", 25" and 10ft. scales), printed and manuscript maps and estate plans.
Particularly significant collections including maps are those of the Tyne Improvement Commission (Port of Tyne Authority), River Wear Commissioners (Port of Sunderland Authority), and Thomas Bell & Sons, surveyors, all 18th - 20th centuries.
Plan printing and digital photography available to order. Self-service photography allowed (charge).
User Guide: http://www.twmuseums.org.uk/userfiles/UG21.pdf
Reference Number: 338 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Edition 4
South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council
Local History Library
South Tyneside Central Library
Prince Georg Square
Tyne and Wear
Mon-Thurs 0930-1900; Fri 0930-1700; Sat 0930-1300
Content: Approx. 550 maps of the South Tyneside area from earliest times to date.
Reference Number: 381 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Edition 4
Wakefield Metropolitan District Council, Libraries & Information
Local Studies Department
Mon, Wed, Fri 0930-1900; Tues, Thurs 0930-1700; Sat 0930-1300
Content: OS at all scales for the Wakefield Metropolitan District, 1838 to date. Also OS sheets for a wider area of the West Riding (varying scales and dates). Printed and MS surveys, maps and plans from eary 17th century. Sales plans (and particulars) from 18th century. Geological Survey maps and earlier mining maps and plans.
Some air photographs from 1920s onwards.
Reference Number: 351 - Last revised: 19/04/07 Edition 5
Walsall Metropolitan Borough Council
Walsall Local History Centre
Open: Tue, Thur 0930-1730; Wed 0930-1900; Fri 0930-1700; Sat 0930-1300
Content: Approx. 5,000 maps and plans. Local OS (all scales and editions); MS town plans (1763-1875); Goad plans for all the boroughs shopping centres; MS mining maps (ca.1850-1930); printed maps of Staffordshire. Aerial photographs of Borough (1988)
Photocopying, subject to copyright and physical condition.
Reference Number: 132 - Last revised: 29/03/07 Edition 5
Warrington Borough Council
Open: Mon, Thurs 09:00-19:00; Tues, Frid Wed 09:00-17:00; Sat. 09:00-16:00.
Closed Warrington Walking Day (in June/July).
Content: MS and printed maps of Warrington, Lancashire and Cheshire. All scales of OS for Warrington area from 1851. Some estate plans, relating to > the Lyon, Harrison and Parr families. Property sales catalogues.
Aerial photographs of the local area, dating from 1930s.
Photocopying, but fragile items only by arrangement.
Reference Number: 344 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Edition 4Leamington Library : Warwickshire County Record Office
Warwickshire County Council
Royal Pump Rooms
Opening: Sunday 10.00 - 14.00; Monday 09.30 - 20.00; Tuesday 10.00 - 20.00; Wednesday 09.30 - 17.00; Thursday 09.30 - 20.00; Friday 09.30 - 17.00; Saturday 09.30 - 16.00
Prior notice desirable for maps.
Content: Approx. 700 maps, mainly of Leamington and immediate area. Most OS for area at scales 1:2,500 and larger, including the 1887 1:500 for Leamington (indexed). Also the 1852 Board of Health maps at 1:528 (indexed). The 1:1,250 OS maps for Leamington and Warwick are street-indexed. Independently published street maps and guide books. Many ground-level photographs and some air photographs. General local history material.
Reference Number: 343 - Last revised: 29/03/07 Edition 5Leamington Library : Warwickshire County Record Office
Warwickshire County Council
Warwickshire County Record Office
Open: Monday: Closed, Tuesday: 9am-5.30pm, Wednesday: 9am-5.30pm, Thursday: 9am-5.30pm, Friday: 9am-5pm, Saturday: 9am-12.30pm
From April 2009, Warwickshire County Record Office will close to the public for the first complete week in every calendar month. Please visit our website for further details including a calendar of closure dates.
Content: About 1,000 MS maps and estate plans for the historic County of Warwick, together with similar material for estates outside the county owned by Warwickshire families. About 1,000 printed maps of the county, including OS maps.
Aerial photographs of the county at scale 1:10,000 (1947).
Self-service digital camera and reader-printer available.
Photocopies and digital scans on request.
You may also be able to locate further items of interest to you held at this and other Record Offices by looking on the Access to Archives website, which includes some of our catalogues. The web address is www.a2a.org.uk.
Reference Number: 457 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Edition 4
West Dunbartonshire Council
Dumbarton Public Library
Mr. Arthur F Jones (Senior Information Services Librarian)
Mr. Graham N. Hopner (Information Services Librarian)
Telephone: 01389 733273
Telephone: 01389 763129
Fax: 01389 607302/738324
Mon to Thurs 0930-2000; Fri 0930-1700; Sat 1000-1700
Content: Approx. 1,000 sheets. Copies of virtually all the early maps of Dumbartonshire. Most of the five OS editions since 1860, at 1:2,500 and 1:10,560, for the parishes of West Dunbartonshire. Some 18th and 19th century Scottish atlases.
Several dozen aerial photographs of the District.
Reference Number: 454 - Last revised: 28/02/00 Editon 4
West Lothian District Council
Local Studies Collection
West Lothian Libraries
Mon-Thurs 0830-1700; Fri 0830-1600 Sat (1st Sat of the month only) 0900-1300
Content: Circa 600 current and historic CS and other maps of West Lothian. Miscellaneous 20th century maps (various scales). Earliest reprint of Pont's map of the Lothians.
Photocopying. Print-outs from microfilm and microfiche.