282.15 High Green & Thorncliffe 1903 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. Double-sided map to include Thorncliffe Iron Works and Colliery, also part of Chapeltown.
283.07 Wath upon Dearne 1901 - Historical introduction by Alex Fleming. Also including West Melton, Newhill, Gore Hill and Wath Station.
283.08 Manvers Main 1901 - Introduction by Alex Fleming. Manvers Main colliery plus NW part of Mexborough; extract from 1930 edition on reverse.
283.12 Swinton 1901 - Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers the canal locks, Swinton Bridge, Bow Broom, Swinton House and St Margaret's Church.
283.16 Kilnhurst 1901 - Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Covers Thrybergh Hall Colliery, Sandhill, High Thorne, Kilnhurst Forge and Holywell House.
288.07 Grenoside 1901 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones & Chris Morley. On the reverse a section of the 1920 Revision. Map covers Grenoside village, also The Wheel, Whitley, Wortley workhouse.
288.08 Ecclesfield 1901 - Introduction by Melvyn & Joan Jones. Also including Ecclesfield Common, St Michaels Field, Butterthwaite, two Ecclesfield stations.
289.01 Thorpe Hesley & Scholes 1901 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones. Double-sided map to including Smithy Wood west of Thorpe Hesley.
289.02 Greasborough 1901 - Historical introduction by Roger Ledbetter. Covers St Mary's Church, Green Side, Ochre Dike Bridge, Greasborough Cemetery, White Hall and Morley Lodge.
289.03 Rawmarsh 1901 - Introduction by Sally Shepard. Covers Park Gate, Cemetery, Meadow Works, Christ Church, St Mary's Church and Rawmarsh Hall.
289.07 Eastwood & Park Gate Works 1901 - Including Northfield, Eastwood Vale. On the reverse a 6" to the mile map, sheet 289ne, covering Thrybergh, Dalton Parva, Aldwarke, Rawmarsh area.
289.10 Masbrough 1901 - Introduction by Freda Crowder & Sally Shepard. Including Masbrough station, Kimberworth, Richmond Park.
289.11a Rotherham 1890 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. The main map for Rotherham, including Clifton Park, Westgate Station, Morrate Hall, All Saint's Chuch, Rotherham Union Workhouse and Rotherham Hospital.
289.11b Rotherham 1901 - Introduction by Freda Crowder & Sally Shepard. The main map for Rotherham, including Rotherham Bridge, Westgate and Central stations, and stretching east to Clifton.
289.11c Rotherham 1922 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. Covers town centre, including Central and Westgate stations, tramways, workhouse, Clifton.
289.15 Rotherham (South) 1901 - Covers area from Rotherham cemetery to Rotherham Main Collieries, Oakwood Hall, Sitwell Vale. One the reverse is 6" to the mile map 289se, covering the Rotherham, Sitwell Vale, Herringthorpe, Brecks Hill area.
290.13 Wickersley 1901 - Village east of Rotherham. On the reverse a 6" to the mile map, 290sw, covering Wickersley, Bramley, Hellaby area.