Cassini Maps
Six Inch County Series

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First published between 1880 - 1910 (Incomplete coverage - maps missing in Norfolk and Yorkshire)

  The origins of the six inch to the mile (1:10,560) maps date back to 1824 when this scale was adopted for a survey of Ireland.  By 1840 it had been decided to extend the project to Great Britain.  Work began in Lancashire and Yorkshire in 1841 and in Scotland in 1843 with the first sheet appearing in 1846.

It was not until 1890 that maps covering the whole country had been published, a family of maps that later became known as the County Series.  By that time revisions to the earlier sheets were underway, a rolling process that continued until the last County Series sheets were 

superseded by the 1:10,000 National Grid Edition in the 1980s.  Each sheet appeared in up to six editions, displaying various evolutions of detail, format and reproduction technology.

For over a century, Ordnance Survey's County Series maps reveal the changing face of Britain in compelling and painstaking detail and now provide immaculate records for 21st-century researchers and historians.

 

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