Old Ordnance Survey Maps of Stirlingshire
We have published a small range of detailed maps for Stirlingshire, taken from the OS 1:2,500 maps and reduced to approx 14 inches to the mile. Each covers an area of a mile by a mile and a half, and shows the area in great detail, including individual buildings.
Maps are available through our On-line Mapshop.
Information pages are being added for individual titles; simply follow the links below. Stirlingshire was one of the first counties to be included in The Godfrey Edition, and we regret that
a few of the early titles are now out of print.
10.07 Bridge of Allan 1896 - published 1989, intro by Kenneth J Gray
15.13 Balfron & Killearn 1896 - published 1991, intro by Jim Thomson
10.15 Stirling (North) 1896 - published 1984. On the reverse is a complete six-inch to the
mile map for the north Stirling area.
17.03a Stirling 1860 - published 2014, intro by Alan Godfrey. Coloured.
17.03b Stirling 1896 - published 1984, introduction by Ken Mackay (this map also includes
the introduction to the Stirling North and St Ninians maps)
17.07 St Ninians 1896 - published 1984. On the reverse is a complete six-inch to the
mile map for the Stirling area.
17.12 Bannockburn 1896 - published 1989, intro by Bob McCutcheon.
23.12 Dunipace 1896 - published 1990, intro (for Dunipace and Denny) by Margaret Ferguson
23.16 Denny 1896 published 1990 Sorry! Out of print.
24.14 Larbert & Stenhousemuir 1896 - published 1990, intro by Fiona McIntosh Sorry! Out of print.
25.13 Grangemouth 1896 - published 1985, intro by Patrick Cadell
30.03a Falkirk 1860 - published 2014, intro by Alan Godfrey. Coloured.
30.03b Falkirk 1896 - published 1990, intro by Irene Coleman
31.05 Polmont 1896 - published 1992, intro by Ian Scott
The maps cost just £ 2.50 each (3.25 coloured editions). You can now order maps direct from our On-line Mapshop.
For other information and postage costs, see Index Page and Ordering Information Page.
Most 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 maps for Scotland, go to the Scotland page
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