277.13a Doncaster (North) 1903 - Introduction by Clive Howarth, with notes about the OS map by Richard Oliver. From High St northward, including Wheatley and Willow Bridge.
277.13b Doncaster (North) 1929 - Introduction by J V Gough. Covers area around Market Place, Willow Bridge, Friary Close, St George's church, Thorne Road, The Holmes.
284.09 Mexborough 1901 - Introduction by Norman Watson. Double-sided map extends coverage to Denaby and Denaby Main Colliery.
284.1 Consbrough 1901 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey. New edition 2001. Including Denaby Main, Cadeby Main Colliery; Conisbrough Castle and town.
285.01a Doncaster (South) 1901 - Introduction by Clive Howarth. Area from railway station south and east, including cemetery, Elmfield Park, Carr House, Sepulchre Gate.
285.01b Doncaster (South) 1928 - Introduction by J V Gough. Covers area around station, cemetery, Elmfield Park, Carr House, Hyde Park.
291.10 Tickhill 1901 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. Double-sided map to give good coverage of this attractive town south of Doncaster; including church, castle, Spital Hill.