32.07 Whiby 1911 - Introduction by G C Dickinson. Covers area west of station, including Excursion stn, Falsgrave, Gladstone Rd, Cemetery, Scalby Road Brick Works and west to Throxenby Hall.
37.15 Reeth & Grinton 1910 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Coverage of this tiny town, the 'capital' of Swaledale. On the reverse we extend coverage southward to include Grinton, with its 'cathedral of the dale'.
39.09 Richmond (North) 1927 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Double-sided map covers northern part of town, incl Newbiggin, Friary, Barracks, Racecourse, St Marys church, workhouse, paper mills and Anchorage Hill.
39.13 Richmond (South) & Easby 1927 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Map covers southern part of town, including Castle, Station, Town Hall, Sleegill, also stretching to Easby Abbey, Town Hall and Richmond Bridge.
45.16 Goathland 1910 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Heartbeat's 'Aidensfield' including St Mary's Church, Goathland Station, Abbot's House, Brayton House, Goathland Hotel and Goathland House.
56.13 Northallerton 1911 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. County town of North Riding; map including town centre, most of Station, goods Station, His Majesty's Prison, Cemetery, All Saint's Church and Northallerton Junction.
65.08 Hawes 1910 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Good coverage of the town, including Railway Station, Appersett, part of Gayle, St Margaret's Church, Haylands Bridge and Market Place.
67.03 Castle Bolton, Middleham & Redmire - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Main map covers Castle Bolton, including castle and village, stretching to Redmire village, with Station, St Oswalds Church and Castle Bank. On reverse a map of Middleham, including castle.
68.06 Leyburn 1911 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Small town in Lower Wensleydale; map covers Town, Station, Workhouse, Market Place, Leyburn Shawl, quarries and St Matthew's Church.
77.16 Scarborough (West) 1910 - Introduction by G C Dickinson. Covers area west of station, including Excursion Station, Falsgrave, Gladstone Road, Cemetery, Scalby Road Brick Works and west to Throxenby Hall.
78.13 Scarborough (Central) 1910 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson. Also including sheet 78.09. Covers Old Harbour and East Harbour, Scarborough Castle, Clarence Gardens Hotel, Station, The Spa, The Park, St Mary's Church and Scarborough Union Workhouse.
85.15 Masham 1928 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Attractive little town on edge of Dales. Map includes Market Place, breweries, Railway Station, Narrow Gauge Mineral Railway, St Mary's Church and Well Garth Brewery.
87.11 Thirsk 1910 - Introduction by John Griffiths. Covers Old Thirsk and New Thirsk, Mill Bridge, Thirsk Hall, St Mary Magdalene Church, Norby, Cemetery and Thirsk Lodge.
87.15 Thirsk (South) & Sowerby 1910 - Introduction by John Griffiths. Area south of Thirsk, especially village of Sowerby. Includes Town Goods Station, part of race course, St Oswald's Church, West House and Court house. Sowerby directory included on reverse.
89.11 Helmsley 1910 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Good coverage of this small Ryedale town, including Castle, Station, eastern part of Duncombe Park, Helmsley Bridge and Terrace Bank Wood.
110.04 Filey 1926 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Double-sided map of this pleasant spa resort. The main map covers the town, including station, promenade, coble landing, St John's Church and St Oswald's Church; the reverse map shows Filey Brigg and Carr Naze.
110.11 Hunmanby 1926 - Introduction by Susan Neave. Good coverage of this tiny town, including Station, Hunmanby Hall, Brick Works, All Saint's Church and Hall Park. Various extracts from 1905 Directory.
119.06 Ripon 1908 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Double-sided map to extend coverage to Fisher Green and St Mary Magdalene Chapel; westward coverage extends to Bishopton including Cemetery and Training College.
121.11 Easingwold 1910 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers Railway Station, St John the Baptist Church, Town Hall, Uppleby, Station Hotel, Vicarage and Manor House.
124.06 Malton & Norton 1926 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers Malton 'New Town', and extends to St Mary's church at Old Malton; also covers part of Norton (in East Riding) including Station and Cemetery.
138.02 Boroughbridge 1907 - Introduction by John Gough. Covers Broughbridge Hall, Aldborough Hall, Goods Station, Railway Station, St James' Church, Ellenthope Hall and Court House.
154.12a Knaresborough 1899 (Coloured) -
154.12b Knaresborough 1909 - Historical introduction by Gordon Dickinson. Most of town, including Railway Station, Tentergate, Spital Croft, Beech Hill, Castle Yard, King James Grammar School and Knaresborough House.
154.14 Harrogate 1908 - Introduction by M W Stray. Good coverage of this spa town including Station, Grand Hotel, Hydro, West Park, Royal Baths, Church Square and Kursaal Gardens.
168.05 Skipton 1907 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers most of the town, from the station to the castle, including Middle Town, New Town, Spring Gdns, Town Hall, Holy Trinity Church and eastward to Jenny Gill Reservoir.
174.06 City of York 1907 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Main map for the city, covering area from the station northward to Clifton, Bootham Park, The Groves, and including The Minster, Ouse Bridge and St Peter's School.
174.10 York (South) 1907 - Introduction by Gordon Dickinson. Covers area from Micklegate and York Castle southward to Nunthorpe Hall and South Bank, NER Carriage Works, Station Hospital and HM Prison.
183.04 Barnoldswick 1907 - Introduction by Alan Crosby. Good map of this small town, which is now in Lancashire. Map includes Station, Mills, Wapping, Townhead, St James' Church; also directory, Railway timetable.