This very detailed map is our first title for Cardiff, but will eventually form part of a series. Coverage stretches from St Andrew's Crescent and the Cardiff Infirmary northward to Gelligaer Street and Pen-y-Wain Road, and from Nazareth House and North Road eastward to Waterloo Road. Good sections of Roath, Cathays and Tredegarville are shown. Features include University College, City Hall, Welsh National Museum, (shown under construction), Glamorganshire Canal, Cathays Loco Depot, stretches of the Taff Vale Railway and Rhymney Railway, tramways, Mackintosh Instutute, southern part of Roath Park, and many packed streets of terraced housing. On the reverse we include extracts from a 1906 street directory, including Albany Road, Cathays Terrace, Colum Road, Crwys Road, Diana Street, Donald Street, St Andrew's Crescent, Wyeverne Street.
The map links up with sheet 43.10 Llandaff to the west, 43.15 Central Cardiff to the south and 43.12 Pengam to the east.