All the counties of England covered in this elegant collection of maps taken from Bacon’s Commercial and Library Atlas of the British Isles of 1900.
In his introduction to the Atlas, George Bacon was expressed the hope “that it will be pronounced unique and unrivalled, no such complete and extensive collection of Home Maps having hitherto been published. The Maps are all based on the latest Ordnance Surveys.” His confidence was justified; the maps stand today as accurate and elegant portraits of late-Victorian Britain from the time of the 1901 Census, and will prove fascinating to historians, genealogists and gift buyers; indeed to anyone with an interest in their county’s past.
Choose the map you require
All maps taken from Bacon’s Commercial and Library Atlas of the British Isles of 1900 Cassini Bacon Atlas rolled maps are available for all counties shown below. Additional maps cover Monmouthshire, The Environs of London and the Isle of Man & the Channel Islands. Counties marked in red, on the map below, have their coverage split across two or more sheets - the boxes show the areas of coverage and any overlaps.