I have brought together the large scale town maps
that were "scattered" throughout earlier
versions of this website plus some photos which were
linked to some of these maps. Where possible, I have
included the lists of names associated with the 1834
and 1859 town maps. I have not included lists of names
for the later town maps. These can be obtained online
at PRONI; Valuation Revision Books. Note, that in
the case of the larger towns, I have included a series
of maps which show the growth of these urban areas.
looking at these maps a visit to the maps showing
Administrative Divisions within Co. Londonderry and
parts of Co. Antrim and Co. Tyrone.
showing Administrative Divisions
on the Administrative Divisions link in the top menu
for County, Barony, Parish and Townland maps plus
County, Poor Law Union, DED and Townland maps. Here
there is also a selection of Parish and Townland maps
for parts of Counties Antrim, Londonderry and Tyrone.
of large scale Town Maps/Plans
scale numbered valuation maps are available for almost
any village or town within Northern Ireland e.g. Articlave,
Armoy, Ballintoy, Ballykelly, Bellaghy, Portstewart,
Portrush, Dervock, Stranocum to name a few. However,
these maps are only available at PRONI or, in some
cases, at local libraries.
that none of these large scale maps are available
on the askaboutireland.ie website. However, by zooming
in on the askaboutireland maps you will be able to
see the layout of the streets within towns and villages
c. 1880. If you use the slider to switch to the satellite
image you can see the buildings and streets of today
go to PRONI
and click on the PRONI Historical Maps Viewer
for online maps dating from c.1830 onwards. I cannot
create a link directly to this Viewer from
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