Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Rutland


  • Rutland was historically England's smallest county, but we publish a detailed map of its largest town and also provide coverage of the county at the Inch to the Mile scale. Here are the details. The county is also covered in our Inch to the Mile maps. Here are the details.

    All maps are available from our On-line Mapshop or from selected bookshops in the area.

    The following maps are all taken from the OS 25" maps and reduced to a scale of approximately 15 inches to the mile. They are extremely detailed, showing individual houses, details such as railway tracks, pathways, pubs, factories and even minutiae such as fountains and signal posts. Obviously they cover quite a small area, normally a mile by a mile and a half each. Each map includes an introduction. For further details click on the links below.


    These are the maps we publish for Rutland:

  • Sheet 9.02 Oakham 1903 - published 2002; intro by Barrie Trinder. ISBN.978-1-84151-386-7

    Though the most important town in the county, Oakham was always relatively small and did not achieve borough status. However, the town did have the attributes of a county town, with the Assizes held in the Castle and a good range of shops and offices. Our map captures most of the town, and includes an introduction, along with a good contemporary directory.

    This index map might be useful.


    We also publish a One Inch to the Mile map covering most of the county:

  • 157 Rutland & Stamford 1906 - published 2002; introduction by Barrie Trinder. Includes a map of Ketton.

    For further details of our One Inch maps visit the the One Inch page


    The maps cost just £ 2.50 each. You can now order maps direct from our On-line Mapshop. For other information and postage costs, see Index Page and Ordering Information Page.


    Maps in the Godfrey Edition are taken from the 25 inch to the mile map and reduced to about 15 inches to the mile. For a full list of East Midlands maps, return to the East Midlands page. For further information phone us on 01207 583388.

    The Godfrey Edition / godfreyedition@btinternet.com 4 Jan 2011