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1 Alan Godfrey maps are reprints of Old Ordnance Survey Maps. They are based on either 25" (or 1:2,500) plans, reduced to 15" to the mile, or Inch to the Mile maps. As all these maps predate the Second World War, they show the configuration of streets before bomb damage, after which many streets in Belfast were lost. Each map includes a history of the area, and some include extracts from contemporary directories. Co. Antrim Co. Antrim Sheet Ballymena 1903 This very detailed map covers much of Ballymena, including the town centre. Coverage stretches from the station eastwards to the Braid River, and from the Union Workhouse southwards to Harryville Bridge. Note that most of Harryville is off the map. The map covers the town centre with houses and other buildings all neatly delineated; The Castle, Braid Water Mills, station including narrow gauge line, Market Place, Fair Green, Town Parks area, Recreation Ground, Court House, Adair Arms Hotel, weaving factory, McClurkanstown, St Patrick's church, Kintullagh House, District Model School, People's Park, cottage hospital etc. A list of private inhabitants from a contemporary directory is included. Co. Antrim Sheet Larne 1903 This very detailed map covers the important harbour town of Larne. Most of the town is covered on this busy map and major features include the Harbour railway station and the two town stations. Other features include the northern part of Inver (around the stations), Inver Mill, Market Place, Invermore, Bleach & Dye Works, Pound Street, Main Street, Union Workhouse, McGarel Buildings, Linen Weaving Factory, Aluminium Works, Curran House, Olderfleet Hotel, Chaine Monument, Drumalis (or Drumaliss) and much more. The list of inhabitants from a 1904 directory is included on the reverse. Co. Antrim sheet Ballyclare 1902 This detailed map gives good coverage of the town of Ballyclare. The entire town centre is shown in detail, with individual buildings neatly delineated. Features include both railways with stations, Ballyclare Bleach Works, Green House, Millvale, Ballyclare Foundry, Market Square, Town Hall, Fairview, Cogry, Claughlin, churches, etc. On the reverse is a 1905 directory of Ballyclare. Co. Antrim Sheet Belfast (Oldpark & Ligoniel) 1901 This very detailed map covers what was then a largely rural area of NW Belfast, with coverage extending from St Mark's Church Legoniel eastwards to Carr's Glen Reservoir, and southwards to Lower Lodge Factory and Old Park Brick Works. Features on the map include Ballysillan House, Everton House, damask manufactory, The Forster Green Home, Glenbank Bleach Works, Belfast Water Works, Ballysillan Presbyterian church, Glenbank House, St Mark's church, Old Park Print Works, football and cricket grounds, Monkeystown, Old Park Post Office etc. On the reverse are street directory entries for Ligoniel Road, Old Park Avenue and Oldpark Road, plus an extract from a contemporary 6 inch map, giving slightly wider coverage of the Legoniel area. The map links to sheets Skegoneill to the east, and Shankill to the south. NIFHS/SA 1 May 2016

2 Co. Antrim Sheet Belfast (Shankill) 1901 ALAN GODFREY MAPS This very detailed map covers a busy area of North West Belfast, including the Crumlin Road, Shankill Road and Woodvale Road area. Coverage stretches from Agnes Street westwards to Ballygomartin Road and from Ardilea Street southwards to Conway Street and Cupar Street Factory. Features on the map include Shankill Road, Lawnbrook Weaving Factory, Glenwood Mill, Cupar Street Factory, Springfield School, Springfield Bleach Works, Forth River Brick Works, bleach greens, Springhill, Brookfield Weaving Factory, Woodvale Park, Edenderry Mill, Belfast Foundry, Crumlin Road, Parkview Brick Works, Ballygomartin Road, Glenview, Glencairn, Crumlin Road Flax Mill, Brookfield Flax Spinning Mill, Rosebank Factory, Holy Cross RC Chapel, Edenderry House, Ardoyne house, St Mary's church, Manor Hall, tramways, with many streets of mostly terraced houses, all neatly delineated. On the reverse are street directory entries for Argyle Street, Beresford Street, Berlin Street and Shankill Road. The map links to sheet Oldpark to the north, North Belfast to the east and The Falls to the south. Co. Antrim Sheet The Falls 1931 This very detailed map covers much of west Belfast, especially the area around the Falls Road. Coverage stretches from Roden Street westwards to Whiterock Road and Falls Park, and from Cupar Street southwards to Donegall Road. Features on the map include Falls Road itself with houses neatly delineated, Springfield Road, Royal Victoria Hospital, St Mary's Training College, Belfast Children's Hospital, Boyne Bridge Works, tramways, Celtic Park, Belfast Cemetery, Royal Irish Distillery, Broadway Damask Works, match factory, Dunville Park, St Mary's Dominican Convent, Springfield Linen Factory, bakery, Forth River Mills, Mulhouse Works, Grosvenor Finishing Works, Albert Foundry, Blackstaff Weaving Mill, Milfort Weaving Works, Falls Foundry, Forth River Mills, Clowney Brick Works, Ballymurphy Brick Works, Beech Mount, Mac Rory Park, Corrigan Park etc. On the reverse are street directory entries for Bombay Street, Falls Road and Raglan Street in The map links to sheet Shankill to the north, and Central Belfast to the east. Co. Antrim Sheet Belfast (Skegoneill) 1901 This very detailed map covers a northern area of Belfast, with coverage from Milewater Road northwards to Fort William Park, and from Cavehill Road eastwards to the railway. Features on the map include Skegoneill Brick Works, railway with engine shed and carriage shed, Fort William, Jennymount Flax Spinning Mill, Dock Building Work, tramways, Ulster Timber Depot, The Grove, Antrim Road area with houses neatly shown, Reservoir, Hopefield House, Alexandra Park, Holy Family RC Church, Dunmore, Limestone Road, Fortwilliam Park Presbyterian Church, Chichester Park etc. On the reverse are street directory entries for Antrim Road, Fortwilliam Parade and Fortwilliam Park. The map links to sheets Belfast Oldpark to the west, and Belfast North to the south. Co. Antrim Sheet North Belfast 1920 This very detailed map covers a busy area of north central Belfast, including several of the docks. Coverage stretches from Clifton Park Avenue eastwards to Spencer Dock and Albert Quay, and from Limestone Road and Mountcollyer Road southwards to North Street and Albert Square. Note that the small area of Co. Down east of the Lagan is left blank. Features on this busy map include Library & Art Gallery, New Smithfield Mill, Custom House, St Anne's Cathedral, tramways, York Road terminus with goods sheds and engine depot, dockside lines, York Street Weaving Factory, Tobacco Factory, Victoria Barracks, Carlisle Circus area, Belfast Charitable Institution, Court House, Prison (left blank), Belfast Royal Academy, Corporation Square, Donegall Quay, Albert Quay, Clarendon Dock and graving docks, York Dock, Dufferin Dock, Spencer Dock, Milewater Basin, timber ponds, many streets of terraced houses all neatly shown, many weaving factories and other buildings. On the reverse are street directory entries for Dock Street, York Lane and York Street. The map links to sheets Skegoneill to the north, Shankill to the west, and Central Belfast to the south. NIFHS/SA 2 May 2016

3 Co. Antrim Sheet Central Belfast 1931 ALAN GODFREY MAPS This very detailed map covers the central area of Belfast, with coverage stretching from Distillery Street eastwards to Albert Bridge, and from Smithfield southwards to Cromwell Road. Note that the Co. Down area east of the Lagan is left blank. Features shown include City Hall, Donegall Place, Donegall Square, Great Victoria Street area, Great Victoria Street terminus with sidings and goods sheds, Belfast Central Branch, Queen's Bridge station, tramways, Ulster Hall, Royal Belfast Academical Institution, Crescent Presbyterian Church, Linfield Factory, Ulster Linen Works, weaving factories, gas works, Mays Market, St George's Market, other markets, Royal Courts of Justice, Victoria Square, cinemas, Shaftesbury Square area, Sandy Row area, Grand Opera House, Cromac Square, with many streets of terraced houses, intermixed with weaving factories and other buildings. The map links to sheet North Belfast to the north, and The Falls to the west. Co Antrim Sheet South Belfast 1920 This very detailed map covers the area of south Belfast around Queen's University, Botanic Gardens and Stranmillis Road. Coverage stretches from St Thomas church and Eglantine Avenue eastwards to Ormeau Bridge, and from University Street southwards to Lockview Road. Note that the Co Down area east of the Lagan is left blank. The features include Queen's College, tramways, Exhibition Hall, Botanic Gardens Park, Fisherwick Presbyterian church, Riddel Hall, Dunraven, McArthur Hall, Deaf & Dumb Institution, All Saints church, Bedford Building Works, Soup Works, Stranmillis Road area, University Road area, Assembly's College, Methodist College, streets of terraces but also larger houses in grounds on the southern part of the map, Irish Confectionery Works etc. On the reverse are street directory entries for Stranmillis Road and University Road. The map links up with sheet Central Belfast to the north. Co. Antrim Sheet Lisburn 1902 This very detailed map covers the busy town (now a city) of Lisburn, with coverage stretching from Longstone Street and Longstone Lane eastwards to Grove Street and Grove House; and from North Circular Road southwards to the Workhouse and Cemetery. Note that the Co. Down part of the map is left blank but the map does include the Largymore area east of the Lagan, which was part of Lisburn Urban District Council. The many features include Christ Church Cathedral, Market Square, town centre with all buildings neatly delineated, Castle Gardens, Millbrook and Beetling Mill, cattle market, Smithfield, St Patrick's RC church, flax spinning mill, railway with station, Christ Church, handkerchief works, Union Workhouse, Manor House, River Lagan and Lagan Navigation, Largymore, Largymore Factory, Ballymullan area, Lagan Factory, The Island, Roseville, etc. On the reverse is a list of private residents taken from a contemporary directory. Co. Armagh Co. Armagh Sheet 9.08 Portadown 1906 This detailed map of Portadown is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map covers the centre of the town, with coverage stretching from the Bann Bridge southwards to Annagh Terrace. Features include railway junction and engine depot, Market Street, St Mark's church, bacon factory, weaving factories, Tavanagh Factory, Annagh Factory, High Street area, rope works, Pork Market, Corcrain area including Corcrain House and Corcrain Villa, Fair Green, part of Clownagh area including Clownagh Cottage, Tavanagh area including Tavanagh House, River Bann, etc. On the reverse, sheet 9.04 extends coverage north, and includes Garvaghy area, People's Park, Castle Island Factory, Bannview Factory, Parkside Damask Factory, railway station (then on east of river), Edenderry Weaving Factory, Eden Hall, St Joseph's RC Church, Woodside Nursery and Corcrain School. NIFHS/SA 3 May 2016

4 Co. Armagh Town Plans: Bessbrook, Crossmaglen & Keady 1906 This detailed map includes the Town Plans for the Village of Bessbrook and the small towns of Crossmaglen and Keady. This map is not standard to our series but includes three town plans, each at a scale of 18 inches to the mile, with 1880s directories for each on the reverse. The map of Bessbrook covers the village centre, with features including Christ Church, RC and Presbyterian churches, Flax Spinning & Weaving mills, terminus of electric tramway, mill pond, bleach green, College Square, Claremont Square and Church Street area. The map of Crossmaglen is dominated by the vast Market Square with buildings around it shown, also St. Patrick's RC church. The map of Keady shows the town centre, including Town Hall, St Clare's Convent, churches, Flax Spinning Mill, Crossmore School, Beetling Mill, disused quarries, Mill Pond etc. The railway is shown as 'under construction'. Co. Cavan Co. Cavan Sheet Cavan Town 1909 This detailed map of Cavan is double-sided for maximum coverage. Sheet covers the western part of the town, with coverage stretching from the Gaol and Farnham Place eastwards to Drumconnick Post Office. Features on this map include railway with station, engine shed, Swellan Fort, Swellan Upper and Lower, Swellan Lough, Drumgoon Fort, Drumavanagh area, Drumconnick area, Edermin area, Drumbar House and Edermin House. On the reverse is part of adjacent sheet 20.16, extending coverage eastwards, and this includes Cavan town centre. Features here include Main Street and Church Street with all buildings neatly delineated, Townparks area, Kinnypottle area, Aghnaskerry, RC Cathedral, churches, Fair Green, Town Hall, Egg Market, Market Yard and Killynebber Cottage. Co. Down Town Plans 1-3 Downpatrick 1901 This detailed map includes all three Town Plans for Downpatrick, reduced in scale to 24 inches to the mile. The map is double-sided, with sheets 2-3 on the main side, sheet 1 on the reverse. Most of the town centre is shown on the main side and features on sheets 2-3 include town centre, station, Cathedral, Infantry Barrack, Court House, Ardmore, markets, St Patrick's RC church, St Margaret's Church, Irish Street, Market Street, English Street, Infirmary etc. On the reverse, sheet 1 covers the northern part of the town including the starch works and Rathkeltar. A 1900 directory of inhabitants is included. Co. Down Sheet 1.13 Holywood 1931 This is a very detailed double-sided map that covers most of the town of Holywood, east of Belfast. The main map covers the area from Holywood Barracks northwards to Shore Street and eastwards to Ardmore Terrace. Features include the railway with Holywood station and Kinnegar Halt, Holywood House, Demesne Road area, Plas Merdyn, Church Road area, town centre, Town Hall, St Phillip & St James Church, St Columbkille's RC Church, Esplanade, Holywood Golf Course. On the reverse is sheet 1.09, continuing coverage northwards to Priory Park, Marino House, Clanbrassil Terrace and Tudor Park. Co. Down Sheet 2.05 Bangor (West) 1901 This very detailed map is one of a pair for Bangor and covers the west of the town; coverage extends from Main Street westwards to Carnalea House and from St Comgall's RC church northwards to the shore and Wilson's Point. Features include the railway terminus, Royal Belfast Golf Links, Bryansburn, Brunswick Road area, Maxwell Road area, Mornington Park, Smelt Mill Bay, Sandy Row, Old and New Piers, Royal Hotel, Burlington Hotel, Grand Hotel, Pickie Rock, Town Hall, etc. On the reverse are directory extracts, including a list of inhabitants; entries A-H. The map links to sheet 2.06 Bangor East to the east. NIFHS/SA 4 May 2016

5 Co. Down Sheet 2.06 Bangor (East) 1901 ALAN GODFREY MAPS This very detailed map is one of a pair for Bangor and covers the east of the town. Coverage extends from Crosby Street and St. Comgall's Church eastwards to Ballyholme and northwards to the shore and a large house called Glenganagh. Features shown are St Comgall's Church, Presbyterian church, handkerchief works, Ballymagee Street area, The Big Hole, Royal Ulster Yacht Club House, Victoria Road area, The Tower, Fairview House, Grove Hill, windmill, corn mill, Ballyholme Bridge, Lukes Point. On the reverse are directory extracts, including a list of inhabitants; entries H-Y. The map links to sheet 2.05 Bangor West to the west. Co. Down Sheet 3.09 Donaghadee 1901 This very detailed map is double-sided for maximum coverage and takes in the northern part of the town, with coverage extending from Parade and the railway terminus northwards to Foreland Point and the Light Keepers Dwellings. Features include Lemon's Wharf, Harbour with piers and lighthouse, Coastguard Station, Manor Farm, Glebe House, Carnathen Hill, Golf Links and Shore Street. On the reverse is adjacent sheet 3.13, continuing coverage to the south of the town, as far as Galloways Bridge. Features here include most of the railway approach, Coalpit Bay, Robbys Point, Meetinghouse Point, Erin Lodge, Morey Hill, Manor House, Admiral Leslie's School, church, New Street and Manorhouse Pleasure Grounds. Co. Down Sheet 4.08 Sydenham & Strandtown 1902 This very detailed map is one of a group covering parts of east Belfast, east of the Lagan. Coverage stretches from Connswater Bridge eastwards to Circular Road, and from Dundela Street and Belmont Road northwards to the shore. Features include Victoria Park, railway with Sydenham station, Bunker's Hill, Norwood Tower, Sydenham House, Belmont Presbyterian church, Strandtown House, many other villas in grounds including Craigavon and Marmont, St Mark's church, Holywood Road area, Dundela Park, Sydenham School, Irish Distillery, Conn's Water. On the reverse are street directories entries. The map links to sheet 4.12 Bloomfield to the south. Co. Down Sheet 4.11 Belfast (East) 1902 This very detailed map covers part of east Belfast, east of the Lagan. Note that the Co. Antrim area west of the Lagan is left blank. Coverage stretches from Albert Bridge and Ormeau Park eastwards to Castlereagh Road, and from Newtownards Road southwards to Ravenhill Avenue. Features include many crowded streets of terraces, Ormeau Park, Cromac Distillery, Lagan Engine Works, Albert Bridge, Queen's Bridge (at top margin), Chemical Manure Works, Cromac Brewery, tramways and Mountpottinger depot, St Ann's Iron Works, Belfast Felt Works, Willowfield House, Loopbridge Weaving Factory, jam factory, Castlereagh Laundry, Loopbridge Printing Works, Avoneil Distillery, St Patrick's Church, Nettlefield, Ravenhill Presbyterian Church, St Clement's Church etc. On the reverse are street directory entries for Albertbridge Road, Castlereagh Street, Ravenhill Road, Ravensdale Street and Templemore Avenue. The map links to sheet 4.12 Bloomfield to the east. Co. Down Sheet 4.12 Belfast (Bloomfield) 1902 This very detailed map is one of a group covering parts Belfast east of the Lagan. Coverage stretches from Conn's Water and Belfast Rope Works eastwards to Greenwood, and from Dundela Avenue southwards to Orangefield house. Features include Belfast Rope Works, Grove Weaving Factory, Grove Mill, tramways and Knock tram depot, Knock Nursery, Belmont Park area, Greenwood area, Dundela House, Upper Newtownards Road area, Belfast & County Down Railway with Neill's Hill station, St Columba's church, Ballyhackamore, Knock River, Neill's Hill, St Donard's church, Clara Park, Loop Bridge, Holywood Arches, many villas, plus terraces nearer the city, Knock church (in ruins) and Bloomfield House. On the reverse are street directory entries, including Cheviot Avenue, Cyprus Avenue/Gardens/Park, King's Road, Moorfield Street and Moorgate Street. The map links to sheet 4.08 Sydenham to the north, 4.11 Belfast East to the west and 5.09 Knockdene Park to the east. NIFHS/SA 5 May 2016

6 Co. Down Sheet 5.09 Belfast (Knockdene Park) 1902 ALAN GODFREY MAPS This very detailed map is one of a group covering parts of Belfast east of the Lagan. Coverage stretches from Knock Road and Hawthornden Road eastwards to Ballyhanwood House. Parts of Ballycloghan and Tullycarnet are included but the map is outer suburbia, and quite rural at the eastern end. Features include railway with Knock station (at west margin of map), Knock River, Castle Hill, Upper Newtownards Road, Ormiston house, entrance lodges to Stormont Demesne (but not Stormont itself), numerous villas, Knock Methodist church and Cabin Hill. On the reverse are street directory entries for Barnett's Road, Gilnahirk Road, Hawthornden Road, King's Road and Knock Road The map links to sheet 4.12 Bloomfield to the west, and 5.10 Dundonald to the east. Co. Down Sheet 5.10 Dundonald 1902 This very detailed map covers the village of Dundonald, east of Belfast. The map is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map covers most of the village, and features include a stretch of railway with Dundonald station, Graham's Bridge, Ballybeen House, St Elizabeth's church, Constabulary Barrack and Church Quarter. On the reverse is a section of adjacent sheet 5.14 extending coverage south to include Henryville and Peartreehill. There is no sign of urban development. The map links to sheet 5.09 Knockdene Park to the west. Co. Down Sheet 6.09 Newtownards 1901 This very detailed map of Newtownards is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map covers the town centre and east of the town, with coverage extending from Frederick Street and St Mark's church eastwards to the cemetery and ruined Movilla Church. Features include the town centre shown in detail with individual houses, railway with station, cattle market, Castle Garden Mills, Carleton Bridge, ruined towers, ruined old church, Conway Square, Town Hall, St Patrick's RC church, Court House, Movilla Weaving Factory, Movilla House, handkerchief works, Ards Recreation Ground, Regent Street, Francis Street, High Street etc. On the reverse is part of adjacent sheet 5.12 extending coverage westwards to include Model School, Workhouse, Brooklands Manse, section of railway, Scrabo Cottage, Kiltonga Bleach & Dye Works and Springfield Manse. Co. Down Sheet Banbridge 1903 This detailed map of Banbridge is double-sided for maximum coverage. The main map covers the centre and west of the town. Features include Newry Street, most of Bridge Street, railway station, Edenderry Works, Workhouse, Downshire Arms Hotel, Court House, Brookfield and Weaving Factory, and countryside westward to Grove Hill and Ringsend. On the reverse is part of adjacent sheet 27.14, covering Holy Trinity church, St. Patrick's RC church, weaving factories on the Bann, Church Square and Ballydown Bleach Works. Co. Down Sheet Newry 1903 This very detailed map covers the city of Newry at the beginning of the 20th century, and although the OS published it in their Co Down series, the map does extend westwards into the Co. Armagh part of the town and as far as the Urban District boundary. The map is double-sided for maximum coverage and includes Sheet Features include the Newry Canal, Merchants Quay, Albert Basin, Dublin Bridge station, Bridge Street station, Edward Street station, Bessbrook & Newry tramway terminus, Cathedral, St Patrick's Church, St Mary's Church, St Catherine's Church, markets, Town Hall and Downshire House. The map extends east about a mile to Temple Hill and Creeve House. NIFHS/SA 6 May 2016

7 Co. Londonderry ALAN GODFREY MAPS Town Plans 1-6 Limavady 1904 This detailed map includes all six Town Plans for Limavady, reduced in scale to 18 inches to the mile. The map is double-side, with sheets 1-4 on the main side, sheets 5-6 on the reverse. Most of the town centre is included and features on sheets 1-4 include Midland Railway with station, Union Workhouse, Drumachose Presbyterian church, distillery, other churches, Catherine Street area, Main Street, Market Street, Christ Church, Irish Green Street, Scroggy House, weaving factory, Roe Bridge. Sheets 5-6 include RC church, Greystone Hall, Drumachose Rectory. On the reverse is a section of the Inch to the Mile map for the area, covering the area around Limavady, with coverage westwards to Ballykelly and Eglinton. A brief introduction is included on the back cover. Co. Londonderry Sheet 7.07 Coleraine (South) 1904 This detailed map covers most of the town centre, with coverage extending southwards to Ratheane Cottage. Features include the town centre with individual buildings neatly shown, Coleraine Bridge and River Bann, St John's RC church, Fair Hill, Killowen Distillery, Clothworkers Arms Hotel, Weaving Factory, Town Hall and Diamond, Workhouse, fever hospital, St. Malachy's School, St Patrick's church, New Market, etc. Co. Londonderry Sheet Derry/Londonderry 1905 This detailed map gives very good coverage of the City of Derry/Londonderry. Coverage stretches from Brooke Park southwards to Carlisle Bridge, and from the cemetery eastwards to Glendermott Road. Major features include St Columb's Cathedral, St Columb's College, Distillery, Custom House, city walls, St Eugene's RC Cathedral, Christ Church, lunatic asylum, museum, shirt and collar factories, transit sheds on quayside, Queen's Quay, Prince's Quay, Abercorn Quay, St Augustine's Church, bacon curing establishment, The Diamond, Butter Market, Nazareth House, tramways, Great Northern Railway with terminus, Guildhall, etc. On the east side of the River Foyle features include Donegal Railway with part of terminus (southern margin of map), Midland Railway with terminus, Waterside area, St Columb's RC church, Waterside Distillery, workhouse, Ebrington Barracks, St Columb's chapel etc. On the reverse is a selection of street directory entries. Co. Monaghan Co. Monaghan Sheet 9.11 Monaghan 1907 This detailed map covers most of the town of Monaghan. Coverage stretches from the town and canal bridge eastwards to Gallanagh Wood, and from St Louis Convent northwards to Milltown. Features include Convent Lake, Market Place, Old Cross Square, church, Court House, County Infirmary, Market Street, Church Square, railway with station and goods shed, Lunatic Asylum, Union Workhouse, Coolshannagh House, Mullaghmonaghan area, Mullaghadun area, Kilnacloy area, Gallanagh House, Knockroe, flax mill etc. On the reverse are directories of Monaghan for 1897 and Co. Monaghan Sheet Clones & Roslea 1907 This detailed map gives good coverage of the town of Clones, with coverage stretching southwards to Clonfad Bridge and westwards to Clondergole Bridge and the county boundary. Features include St Tigernach's church, Fair Green, Clonboy House, Ulster Canal, Infectious Diseases Hospital, railways with station, goods sheds and two engine sheds, RC church, Convent of St Louis, Mount Salem, Union Workhouse, Tranquilla House etc. On the reverse is a directory of Clones, together with a map of the Fermanagh village of Roslea, showing the village centre in detail, with St Tierney's RC Church, Fair Green, reading room, Tattinbarr, and Mullaghbrady Lough. NIFHS/SA 7 May 2016

8 Co. Tyrone Co. Tyrone Omagh 1906 This detailed map gives very good coverage of Omagh; most of the town is shown, with coverage eastwards to Tyrone County Hospital. Features include High Street, Market Street, John Street, Church Street, Campsie Road, all with individual buildings neatly delineated. Court House, Fair Green, Corn Market, RC church, Presbyterian church, Infantry Barracks, County Hospital, Creevenagh House, Campsie Saw Mills, Lisnamallard Mills, Lisnamallard House, Riverdale, Old Barracks, railway with station, sheds etc. all clearly shown with track layout. Meetinghousehill area, Dergmoney Lower area, Gortmore House, and Coolnagard Lower area, etc. On the reverse are extracts from a street directory, including Abbey Street, Campsie Avenue, Campsie Road, Castle Street, Church Street, Dublin Road, George's Street, High Street, John Street, Market Street and Mountjoy Road. Co. Tyrone Mini Map Sion Mills 1905 This little map shows Sion Mills in detail. It is just A4 in size, and features include railway with station, Flax Spinning Mills, churches, Sion House and The Park. A directory and brief introduction is included and space is available for a message if you wish to send it as a greeting card. One Inch to the Mile Maps Ireland Sheet 4 Dunfanaghy, Carrickart & NW Donegal 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers part of the north Donegal coast, including Horn Head, Sheep Haven, Rosguill, Melmore Head, with coverage inland to Dunfanaghy and Carrickart. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Carrickart. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co. Donegal: Carrickart, Downies, Dunfanaghy, Tawny Ireland Sheet 7 Portrush & The Giant's Causeway 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers part of the north Antrim coast, from Portrush eastwards to Ballintoy, including Benbane Head and the Giant's Causeway, with coverage southward to Moss-side and Billy. It also covers a small part of County Londonderry, including Portstewart. On the reverse is a detailed map of Portrush itself, including town centre with, harbour, railway station, tramway, Golf Hotel, Town Hall, Northern Counties Hotel, Royal Golf Club, churches etc. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co. Antrim: Ballintoy, Billy, Bushmills, Lisnagunogue, Portrush Co. Londonderry: Portstewart Ireland Sheet 8 Ballycastle & Rathlin Island 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the north Antrim coast from Kinbane Head eastwards to Torr Head. It includes the town of Ballycastle and Rathlin Island. On the reverse is a more detailed map of Ballycastle itself, including its railway and terminus. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co. Antrim: Ballycastle, Church Bay, Culfeightrin, Rathlin Island NIFHS/SA 8 May 2016

9 Ireland Sheet 11 Lough Swilly & Derry/Londonderry 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area around Lough Swilly. Most of the map is in Co. Donegal, but a small area of Co. Londonderry is in the SE corner. Coverage stretches from Rathmelton eastwards to Muff, and from Buncrana southwards to Derry City. The major feature is the city of Derry or Londonderry, but other features of interest include stretches of the Londonderry & Lough Swilly Railway, Buncrana Bay, Inch Island, the steam ferry from Fahan to Kerrs Bay, The Cul Bay, Eskaheen Mountain etc. On the reverse is a map of Londonderry in 1788 from the Ordnance Survey Memoirs. Ireland Sheet 14 Cushendall & the Southern Glens 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area around Cushendall and Carnlough, including Glenariff and some of the other Antrim glens. Features include Red Bay, Glenarm Bay, Garron Point, Garron Tower Hotel, Glenaan, Glenariff, Glencorp, Glenravel, Glendun, Ballymena & Parkmore railway, Slieveanorra, Agangarrive Hill, Trostan, Parkmore etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of Cushendall. Ireland Sheet 19 Maghera & District 1900 This Inch to the Mile map is split between Counties Londonderry and Antrim, and covers the area from Maghera and Tobermore eastward to Gracehill and northward to Kilrea. Features include the towns or villages of Ahoghill, Kilrea, Maghera, Portglenone and Tobermore. The Moravian settlement of Gracehill is included and other features include the old Central Derry railway through Maghera. On the reverse is a more detailed map of the centre of Maghera. Towns and principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map. Co. Antrim: Ahogill, Cullybackey, Gracehill, Portglenone, Rasharkin. Co. Londonderry: Ballynameen, Bellaghy, Glenone, Kilrea, Maghera, Swatragh, Tamlaght O'Crilly, Tobermore, Upperlands. Ireland Sheet 20 Ballymena, Broughshane & Glenarm 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers an area of mid Antrim, with coverage stretching from Galgorm and Ballymena eastwards to Glenarm and Carncastle. Features include Slemish Mountain, Carninard, Tiftarney, Sallagh Braes, the Ballymena & Larne railway, the Ballymena & Parkmore Branch and Slievebane. On the reverse is a more detailed map of the small town of Broughshane. Towns shown include Ballymena, Broughshane, Carncastle, Clogh, Connor, Glenarm, Kells, Kilwaughter, Martinstown. Ireland Sheet 21 Larne & Islandmagee 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers Larne, Larne Lough and Islandmagee. Coverage stretches from Ballgalley Head southwards to Glenoe. Inevitably there is rather a lot of sea on this map, which also includes the Maidens or Hulin Rocks. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Glynn. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co. Antrim: Glenoe, Glynn, Islandmagee, Larne, Magheramorne, Mullaghboy, Portmuck. Ireland Sheet 25 Castlederg & Newtownstewart 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers a broad area of NW Tyrone, with a small section of Co. Donegal. Coverage NIFHS/SA 9 May 2016

10 stretches from Castlefinn eastwards to Gortin and southwards to Blacktown and Mulnavar. Features include Lough Catherine, stretches of the Great Northern Railway and Donegal Light Railway, Slieveard, Curraghchosaly Mountain, Craigatuke, Bessy Bell, Castlederg & Victoria Bridge Tramway, Meenashesk. On the reverse are detailed town plans for Castlederg and Newtownstewart. Directories for Castlederg and Newtownstewart are also included. Towns and principal villages included on this map are: Co. Donegal: Castlefinn. Co. Tyrone: Castlederg, Clady, Gortin, Newtownstewart, Plumb Bridge, Sion. Ireland Sheet 26 Draperstown & the South Sperrins 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area around and to the west of Draperstown; it includes the southern Sperrins and Drum Manor, westwards to Mountfield. Features include Draperstown, Grockundun Hills, Beaghmore, Glenelly River and valley, Lough Fea, Cashel Rock, Copney Hill, Beleevnamore Mountain, Carnanelly etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of Draperstown. Principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map are: Co. Londonderry: Draperstown, The Six Towns. Co. Tyrone: Drum, Dunnamore, Greencastle, Kildress, Mountfield. Ireland Sheet 27 Moneymore, Magherafelt & Cookstown 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers an area north and west of Lough Neagh, with coverage stretching from Cookstown northwards to Castle Dawson and eastwards to Staffordstown. About half of the map is in Co Londonderry, with a good area of Co Antrim and a small segment of Co Tyrone. Features include the towns of Cookstown and Magherafelt, and the map also includes Castledawson and Moneymore, regarded as towns at the time. Features include Slieve Gallion, the small port of Ballyronan, Lough Beg and Church Island, Moyola Park. On the reverse is a more detailed map for Moneymore. Towns and principal villages included on this map: Co. Antrim: Staffordstown, Toome Co. Londonderry: Ballyeglish, Ballyronan, Castledawson, Curran, Desertmartin, Gracefield, Magherafelt, Moneymore, Tamlaght, The Loup. Co. Tyrone: Coagh, Cookstown. Ireland Sheet 28 Antrim & Ballyclare 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers a broad area of Co. Antrim stretching from Randalstown and Lough Neagh eastwards to Whitehouse, and from Legoniel northwards to Ballynure. Features include the towns of Antrim, Ballyclare and Randalstown, railways including the long lost lines to Randalstown, Ballyclare and Doagh, the north Belfast suburbs of Legoniel and Whitehouse, including Belfast Castle and Cave Hill, the Aldergrove area, part of Lough Neagh, Shanes Castle, Upton Castle, Muckamore Abbey etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Doagh, which includes the station, Fisherwick, Doagh Mill, Ballyhamage House, Hunterstown Bridge. Co. Antrim: Aldergrove, Antrim, Ballyclare, Ballyeaston, Ballynure, Carnmoney, Doagh, Jordanstown, Killead, Legoniel, Mossley, Oldpark, Randalstown, Templepatrick, Whitehouse Lower, Whitehouse Upper. Ireland Sheet 29 Belfast Lough 1900 This map covers an area either side of Belfast Lough, with part of Co Antrim to the north, Co Down to the south. Coverage stretches from Ballycarry southwards to Conlig, and from Holywood eastwards to the Copeland Islands. Features include the towns of Carrickfergus, Bangor and Donaghadee, including part of the railway to Donaghadee. Other features include Clandeboye, Helen's Tower, Bangor Castle, Castle Dobbs, etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Groomsport, including Cove Bay, Groomsport House, Mary's Bay, lifeboat house etc. NIFHS/SA 10 May 2016

11 Co. Antrim: Ballycarry, Carrickfergus, Eden, Whitehead. Co. Down: Bangor, Conlig, Crawfordsburn, Donaghadee, Groomsport, Holywood. Ireland Sheet 32 Belleek, Pettigo & NW Fermanagh 1900 This Inch to the Mile map is split roughly equally between Counties Donegal and Fermanagh. Coverage stretches from Belleek eastwards to Kesh and northwards to Lough Derg. Features include much of lower Lough Erne, Lough Derg, Boa Island, the Great Northern Railway, Lustymore Island, Shinnan Hill and Crockkinagoe. On the reverse are two large scale maps. One is for the Fermanagh Village of Belleek, famous for its Pottery Works; other features include the railway with station, RC church, hotels, White Cat Cave etc. The second plan is for Pettigoe (or Pettigo), split between Donegal and Fermanagh and this shows the village in detail; features include the Main Street with individual buildings, part of the station, churches, corn and saw mills. Also included are directories for both villages. Co. Donegal: Ballintra, Laghy, Pettigoe. Co. Fermanagh: Belleek, Clonelly, Drumskinny, Kesh, Leggs. Ireland Sheet 33 Irvinestown, Fintona & Dromore 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers western Tyrone plus a small portion of Fermanagh. Coverage stretches from Irvinestown northwards to Drumquin and eastwards to Seskinore. Features include the major town of Omagh, stretches of the Great Northern Railway plus Fintona Branch, Dooish, Bin Mountain, Pollnalaght, Tappaghan Mountain, Lough Bradan etc. On the reverse are detailed plans for three small towns: Irvinestown: includes Workhouse, Concert Hall, Castle Irvine School, and Main Street Dromore: includes Main Street with buildings, church and rectory, Stoneybatter. Fintona: includes Fair Green, Liskey, Edenasop West, churches, Market Place and Main Street with buildings shown. Towns and principal villages which are included on this map: Co. Fermanagh: Ederny, Irvinestown, Lack. Co. Tyrone: Blackfort, Clanabogan, Dromore, Drumquin, Fintona, Omagh, Seskinore. Ireland Sheet 34 Mid Tyrone 1900 (in colour) This Inch to the Mile map covers a central area of County Tyrone, with coverage stretching from Beragh eastwards to Donaghmore, and from Lough Macrory southwards to Ballygawley. Railway historians will note the GNR line threading its way across the map. Taken from the early OS colour printed sheet, it is a beautiful portrayal of this rugged and often hilly landscape. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Donaghmore, including station, Donaghmore House, soap factory, disused brewery, churches etc. Towns and principal villages which are included on this map: Co. Tyrone: Ballygawley, Beragh, Cappagh, Carrickmore or Termon Rock, Castlecaulfield, Derrygortrevy, Donaghmore, Drumnakilly, Pomeroy, Six Mile Cross. Ireland Sheet 35 Coalisland, Dungannon & District 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area of east Tyrone and northern Armagh bordering Lough Neagh. Coverage stretches from Dungannon eastwards to the western fringe of Lurgan, and from The Argory northwards to Arboe Point. NIFHS/SA 11 May 2016

12 Features include the towns of Dungannon, Coalisland and Stewartstown, much of the railway from Dungannon to Cookstown, the Coalisland Canal, Lough Annagarriff, Lough Gullion, Coney Island, much of Lough Neagh, Mountjoy Castle, Tullaghoge Fort, The Argory, Killymoon Castle etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of Coalisland, where features include railway with station, canal basin, Holy Trinity church, Weaving Factory, Ulster Fireclay Works, St Mary's RC church, Town Hall, and town centre in detail with individual buildings neatly shown. Towns and principal villages which are included on this map: Co. Armagh: Charlestown, Derryadd, Derrycrow, Derrylard, Derrylee. Co. Tyrone: Arboe Point, Coalisland, Dungannon, Grange, Killycolpy, Kinrush, Stewartstown, Tullaghoge. Ireland Sheet 36 Belfast & Hillsborough 1901 This Inch to the Mile map covers Belfast and the area south and west, including Crumlin, Lisburn, Moira, Hillsborough and (in extreme SW corner) Lurgan. The major feature is the city of Belfast, in the NE corner of the map. The map extends westwards to Lough Neagh and other features include almost the entire course of the Lagan Navigation, the Great Northern Railway, sections of Lisburn & Banbridge Branch and Belfast & Antrim Jct Branch, Maze Racecourse, etc. On the reverse is a detailed town plan of Hillsborough, including Hillsborough Castle, St Malachi's church, Court House, etc. Towns and principal villages which are included on this map: Co. Antrim: Aghalee, Ballinderry Lower, Belfast, Crumlin, Glenavy, Lisburn, Magheragall, Mazetown. Co. Armagh: Lurgan Co. Down: Ballymacarret, Belfast, Dollingstown, Drumbo, Hillsborough, Magheralin, Moira, Newtownbreda. Ireland Sheet 37 Comber & Saintfield 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area east and south of Belfast, with coverage stretching from Sydenham eastwards to Ballywalter (Portavogie is split by the east margin), and from Newtownards southwards to Saintfield. Towns covered include Newtownards, Comber Saintfield, part of east Belfast, Kircubbin, Grey Abbey and the villages of Ballywalter, Ballyhalbert, Millisle, Carryduff and Ardmillan. Much of Strangford Lough is shown and other features of interest include long lost sections of the Belfast & Co. Down Railway through Newtownards and Saintfield. On the reverse are the two town plans for Comber, reduced to 18 inches to the mile. These show the town in detail, including station, St Mary's church, Upper and Lower Distilleries, The Square, Spinning Mill, Castle House, churches. Also included is the town plan for Saintfield, which includes station, Main Street area in detail, churches, Fair Green etc. Included are 1899 directories for both Comber and Saintfield and a brief historical introduction. Co. Down: Ardmillan, Ballygowan, Ballyhalbert, Ballywalter, Carrowdore, Carryduff, Comber, Dundonald, Glastry, Gransha, Grey Abbey, Killinchy, Kircubbin, Mill Isle, Newtownards, Portavogie, Saintfield, Sydenham. Ireland Sheet 43 North Leitrim & North Sligo 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers parts of counties Leitrim and Sligo, with tiny sections of Donegal and Fermanagh. Coverage stretches from Lough Melvin and Manorhamilton eastwards to Rosses Point. Features include Lough Melvin, the town of Manor Hamilton, Glencar Lough, Glenade Lough, Dernish Isle, etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Kinlough. Towns and principal villages or church parishes that are included on this map: Co Leitrim: Kinlough, Manorhamilton Co Sligo: Carney, Cliffony, Drumcliff, Grange, Rosses Point. Ireland Sheet 43 North Leitrim & North Sligo 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers parts of counties Leitrim and Sligo, with tiny sections of Donegal and Fermanagh. Coverage stretches from Lough Melvin and Manorhamilton eastwards to Rosses Point. Features include Lough Melvin, the town of Manor Hamilton, Glencar Lough, Glenade Lough, Dernish Isle, etc. On the reverse we include a detailed map of the little village of Kinlough. NIFHS/SA 12 May 2016

13 Co Leitrim: Kinlough, Manorhamilton Co Sligo: Carney, Cliffony, Drumcliff, Grange, Rosses Point. ALAN GODFREY MAPS Ireland Sheet 44 Derrygonnelly & District 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers part of SW Fermanagh, with a smaller section of Co Leitrim. Coverage stretches from Garrison and the eastern end of Lough Melvin, eastwards to Rossclare Bay on Lough Erne, and from Drumreask and Church Hill southwards to Belcoo. Features include part of Lower Lough Erne, Lough Macnean Upper, a stretch of the Sligo Leitrim & Northern Counties Railway, Belmore Mountain, etc. On the reverse is a detailed village plan for Derrygonnelly, showing the houses lined along the main (only) street; also St Michael's RC chapel, Fair Green, ruined church, creamery, plus a short directory of the village. Co. Fermanagh: Belcoo, Boho, Derrygonnelly, Garrison, Killadeas, Monea Co. Leitrim: Killyclogher Ireland Sheet 45 Tempo & Maguiresbridge 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers eastern Fermanagh plus a portion of Tyrone. Coverage stretches from Enniskillen eastwards to Fivemiletown, and from Trillick southwards to Maguires Bridge. Features include part of lower Lough Erne, Enniskillen, the Clogher Valley Railway, stretches of the Great Northern Railway, Brocker Mountain, Jenkin Hill, Castle Coole, Colebrooke, Aughentaine Castle and Castle Irvine. On the reverse are detailed plans of two villages. One is Tempo, including Fair Green, Tempo Bridge, churches and individual buildings shown along the main (only) street. The other is Maguiresbridge, including Christ Church, RC church, Clogher Valley Railway with Maguiresbridge Green Stopping Place. A directory for Maguiresbridge is also included. Co. Fermanagh: Aghalurchen, Ballinamallard, Brookeborough, Clabby, Colebrooke, Creagh, Derryvullan, Enniskillen, Garvary, Killarbran, Lisbellaw, Maguiresbridge, Tempo. Co. Tyrone: Fivemiletown, Trillick. Ireland Sheet 46 Augher, Clogher, Aughnacloy 1902 This Inch to the Mile map covers much of southern Tyrone, including the towns of Clogher, Augher, Aughnacloy and Caledon, together with an expanse of rural north Monaghan. There are also small segments of Counties Fermanagh and Armagh. Coverage stretches from Carryclogher eastwards to Tynan, and from Ballygawley southwards to Middletown. Features include a substantial stretch of the Clogher Valley Railway, a small stretch of the Great Northern Railway, Tynan Abbey, Slieve Beagh, Favor Royal, Fort Singleton, Caledon House, Glaslough House. On the reverse are three detailed town plans, at a scale of 18 inches to the mile. These are for Aughnacloy, including Main Street, Corn Market, St James Church, St Mary's RC church, Jackson Institute, station with engine shed, Augher with creamery, station and Clogher Valley Railway, St Mark's church, flax mill and Augher Castle, and Clogher with St Macartin's Cathedral, Clogher Park House, Fair Green etc. Co. Armagh: Middletown, Tynan Co. Fermanagh: Mullynavale Co. Monaghan: Emyvale, Glaslough, Mullanacross Co. Tyrone: Augher, Aughnacloy, Ballygawley, Caledon, Clogher, Creevelough, Crilly, Dyan, Knocknarney Ireland Sheet 47 Armagh, Tandragee & District 1900 NIFHS/SA 13 May 2016

14 This Inch to the Mile map covers a major area of County Armagh, including Armagh, Portadown and several smaller towns: Markethill, Richill, Tandragee and (in Co Tyrone) Moy. On the reverse is a more detailed map of the small town of Tandragee, including Castle, Flax Spinning Mill, and showing each house in the Market Street and Church Street area. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co Armagh: Acton, Armagh, Blackwatertown, Charlemont, Clare, Hamiltons Bawn, Killylea, Laurel Vale, Loughgall, Markethill, Portadown, Poyntz Pass, Richhill, Tandragee. Co Down: Gilford, Scarva. Co Tyrone: Benburb, Clonfeacle, Moy. Ireland Sheet 48 Banbridge & Dromore 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers an area of central County Down with coverage stretching from Lawrencetown eastwards to Ballynahinch, and from Waringstown southwards to Katesbridge. It includes the towns of Banbridge and Dromore, the three railways converging on Banbridge, Monahoora, Slievenisky, Slieve Croob, the western side of Ballynahinch, Deehommed Mountain, mills and bleach works, etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of the village of Waringstown. Co. Down: Ballyroney, Ballynahinch (part), Ballyward, Banbridge, Donaghcloney, Dromara, Dromore, Growell, Katesbridge, Lawrencetown, Lenaderg, Loughbrickland, Magherally, Massford, Newtown, Waringstown. Ireland Sheet 49 Downpatrick, Portaferry & Ballynahinch 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area around Crossgar, Downpatrick and Portaferry, with coverage stretching from the eastern edge of Ballynahinch, eastwards to the coast, and from Derryboy and Ardkeen southwards to Cloghan Head. Adjacent sheet 50, which just covers the North and South Rocks, is also included. Features include the towns of Downpatrick, Crossgar, Killyleagh and Portaferry. The southern part of Strangford Lough is included together with its approaches, while other features include Struell Hill, the railway to Downpatrick, with its branches southward, and the Ballynahinch branch. Ballynahinch is split by the margin but on the reverse we include the town plan for Ballynahinch, showing the town in detail. Features include railway with terminus, Market Square, Railway Street, Windmill Street, High Street, Lisburn Street, Pork & Potato Market, Ballynahinch Lough, churches, and all other town centre buildings neatly delineated. Co. Down: Audleystown, Ballee, Ballyduggan, Ballyhornan, Ballyspurge, Clough, Crossgar, Downpatrick, Drumanes, Dunsfort, Kilclief, Killyleagh, Kilmore, Portaferry, Raleagh, Seaforde, Strangford. Ireland Sheet 56 Swanlinbar & Cuilcagh Mountain 1899 This Inch to the Mile map covers areas of Counties Cavan, Fermanagh and Leitrim. Coverage stretches from Lough Nilly southwards to Lough Allen, and from Killadiskert eastwards to Swanlinbar. The only substantial settlement on the map is Swanlinbar. Other features include a stretch of the Sligo Leitrim & Northern Counties Railway, Cuilcagh, Dowra, Benbrack, Bencroy, Florence Court, Brackley Lake. On the reverse is a detailed map of Swanlinbar itself, with individual houses neatly delineated, mostly alongside the main (only) street; other features include churches, Trivia House, Constabulary Barracks, Long Bridge, and St. Mary's Presbytery. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co. Cavan: Blacklion, Swanlinbar, Termon. Co. Fermanagh: Drumcard, Florence Court, Tullyhona, Wheathill Co. Leitrim: Drumnafinnila, Glenfarn, Killadiskert Ireland Sheet 57 Lisnaskea, Newtownbutler & The Upper Erne 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers much of southern Fermanagh, with small sections of Counties Cavan and Monaghan. Most of Upper Lough Erne is covered and coverage stretches from Kinawley eastwards to Munnilly House, and from Derryharney southwards to Bawnboy. The main settlements are Lisnaskea and NIFHS/SA 14 May 2016

15 Newtown Butler. Other features include stretches of the Ulster Canal, the Great Northern Railway, and the GNR Cavan and Clones Branch, Crom Castle and Lanesborough Lodge. On the reverse are town plans for Lisnaskea and Newtown Butler, at a scale of 18 inches to the mile. The map for Lisnaskea includes Main Street with houses/shops neatly shown either side, churches, workhouse, Town Hall, Balfour Castle, creamery. Also included are extracts from a directory for Lisnaskea. The map for Newtown Butler includes Court House, railway with station, St Congall's church and Lurganboy Cottage. Towns and principal villages which are included on this map: Co. Cavan: Bawnboy, Killylea Co. Fermanagh: Derryharney, Donagh, Lisnaskea, Newtownbutler Co. Monaghan: Scotshouse Ireland Sheet 58 Ballybay & Central Monaghan 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the central area of County Monaghan, with coverage stretching from Clones eastwards to Monaghan and Castleshane, and southwards to Ballybay. On the reverse is a detailed map of Ballybay itself, showing its town centre, including railway station, with individual houses neatly shown. Towns and principal villages or church parishes included on this map are: Co. Fermanagh: Roslea Co. Monaghan: Ballybay, Bellanode, Castleshane, Clones, Kilkeevan, Monaghan, Newbliss, Rockcorry, Scotstown. Ireland Sheet 59 Keady, Castleblayney & Bessbrook 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area of south Armagh centred on Newtownhamilton, and a small portion of Co. Monaghan around Castleblayney. The map includes the towns of Keady, Newtownhamilton and Castleblayney, while to the east are Camlough and Bessbrook. Features include Slieve Gullion, Camlough Mountain, part of the Bessbrook & Newry Tramway, part of the Armagh & Newry Branch, mills and bleach works in the Keady and Darkley area, Muckno Lake etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of Keady in 1906, including the Town Hall, St Matthew's church, mills, mill pond, St Clare's Convent, railway under construction, saw mills etc. Co. Armagh: Belleek, Bessbrook, Camlough, Cullyhanna, Darkley, Keady, Killevy, Loughgilly, Mount Norris, Newtown Hamilton, Tassagh. Co. Monaghan: Castleblayney, Muckno. Ireland Sheet 60 The Mourne Mountains 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the area around the Mourne Mountains, from Newry eastwards to Castlewellan. The map includes Newry with its railways and canal; a broad swathe of the Mourne Mountains, including Rosstrevor Mountains, Eagle Mountain, Slieve Muck, Slieve Bignian, Ben Crom, Slieve Meelmore, Slieve Donard, Slieve Commedagh, Pigeon Rock Mountain, etc; Narrow Water Castle, Castlewellan Castle, Hilltown, Rathfriland, etc. On the reverse is a detailed map of Castlewellan town centre, including the New Town, Old Town, St Paul's church, Grange, St Malachy's RC church, Court House. Co Down: Bryansford, Castlewellan, Hilltown, Newry, Rathfryland, Ireland Sheet 61 Ardglass & Dundrum Bay 1900 This Inch to the Mile map covers the Co. Down coast around Dundrum Bay, with coverage stretching from Ardglass southwards to Annalong. The map includes the seaside resort of Newcastle, Dundrum Castle, Tyrella sands where the great steamship, Great Britain, was beached, and the busy fishing port of Ardglass. On the reverse is a detailed map of Ardglass, showing the station, harbour, various castles, tramway, etc. Co. Down: Annalong, Ardglass, Dundrum, Killough, Maghera, Newcastle, Tyrella. NIFHS/SA 15 May 2016