Vale of Pickering 1904 - England Sheet 53
This folded map which measures approximately 24" x 18" when unfolded is produced by Alan Godfrey and covers an area of about 18 miles by 12 miles. It shows railways, roads and canals, and gives a broad view of a wider area. It also includes an introduction and a more detailed map of a small town or village.
This One Inch to the Mile map covers the area from Ampleforth eastward to Thornton Dale, and from Malton northward to Kirkby Moorside. Helmsley, Pickering and New Malton are the principal places on the map, but there are many villages. Other features of interest include the railways, many long closed; Rievaulx Abbey; the Howardian Hills; and the River Rye which winds through the map, creating Ryedale. On the reverse we include a detailed map of Slingsby, together with a directory for the village.
It is not possible to list the many hamlets, farmsteads and other topographical features shown on these maps. However, you may find it useful if we list the towns and principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map. Links are given for those for which detailed large-scale maps are also available.
Yorkshire: Aislaby, Amotherby, Ampleforth, Appleton le Moor, Appleton le Street, Barton le Street, Beadlam, Brawby, Broughton, Butterwick, Cawthorn, Cawton, Coneysthorpe, Coulton, Crayke, Cropton, Fryton, Ganthorpe, Gilling, Great Edston, Great Habton, Harome, Helmsley, Hildenley, Hovingham, Kirby Misterton, Kirkby Moorside, Little Habton, Malton, Marton, Middleton, Muscoates, Nawton, Normanby, Norton, Nunnington, Oswaldkirk, Pickering, Pockley, Rievaulx, Ryton, Salton, Scackleton, Settrington, Sinnington, Slingsby, South Holme, Sproxton, Stonegrave, Swinton, Thornton Dale, Wath, Welburn, Wombleton, Wrelton.
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