288.15 Sheffield (Hillsborough) 1902 - Introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Covers Wardsend Steel Works, Hillsborough Park, Niagra Grounds, Wardsend House, Wadsley Bridge and Railway Station.
288.16 Sheffield (Longley) 1902 - Introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Covers Firth Park, Sheffield Workhouse, St Cuthbert's Church, Goddard Hall, Longley Hall and Crowder House.
289.13 Wincobank & Meadowhall 1902 - Introduction by Trevor Lodge. Including High Wincobank, Brightside Bridge, Tinsley Road Station, Tinsley Junction, Wincobank & Meadowhall Station.
289.14 Templeborough & Tinsley 1921 - Introduction by Trevor Lodge. On the reverse an extract form the 1905 Edition. Main map covers Tinsley, Templeborough Rolling Mills, Canklow.
294.02 Sheffield (Loxley Valley) 1902 - Historical introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Area to the NW of Sheffield, from Mainbridge and Woodland View westward to Wisewood and Loxley; semi-rural but with several small steelworks in valley.
294.03 Sheffield (Neepsend) 1903 - Introduction by Trevor Lodge. Covers area from Neepsend westward to Walkley, north to Hillsborough Bridge; including Parkwood Springs, industries beside Rivers Don and Loxley.
294.04a Sheffield North 1892 (Coloured Edition) - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. Covers Steel & Iron Works, Shirecliffe Hall, Osgathorpe Cottage, Burngreave Cemetery, Part of Woodside and Norfolk Arms PH.
294.04b Sheffield (North) 1905 - Introduction by Trevor Lodge. Includes major steelworks on Carlisle Street, also Grimesthorpe, Burngreave cemetery, Pitsmoor, Lower Crabtree and part of Woodside.
294.06 Sheffield (Rivelin Glen) 1902 - Historical introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Semi-rural area to west of Sheffield, including Clough Field, Liberty Hill, Under Tofts.
294.07 Sheffield (West) 1903 - Introduction by Elizabeth Clutton. Very busy map, including St Philip's Church, Broad Lane, University College, Weston Park, Hadfield Dam, Crookesmoor Birkendale.
294.08 a Sheffield 1903 - Introduction by Ruth Harman & Martin Olive. The main map for Sheffield, covering area from Kelham Island southward to Town Hall and Midland station; eastward to Victoria Station and beyond to Attercliffe Road and Washford Bridge.
294.08 b Sheffield 1921 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones. Further coverage of the centre of Sheffield, including cathedral, Victoria station, northern part of Midland station, city centre.
294.10 Fulwood & Ranmoor 1902 - Introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Including Endcloiffe Hall, Nether Green, Carsick, Stumperlow.
294.11 Sheffield (Ecclesall Road & Sharrow) 1903 - Introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Busy map on SW side of Sheffield. Title slightly misleading as this really covers area Ecclesall Road, from Little Sheffield westward to Endcliffe Wood Park.
294.12 Sheffield Park 1903 - Historical introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Covers area from south end of Midland station past Bramhall Lane ground to Lowfield; and eastward to Norfolk Park and Arbourthorne.
294.14 Ecclesall Village 1902 - Historical introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Covers area from village centre around All Saints Church, westward to Bents Green, Hill Top, Whiteley Wood Hall.
294.15 Nether Edge 1903 - Introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Busy map on southern edge of Sheffield. including Meersbrook Park, Cherry Tree Hill, Norton Hammer, Carter Knowle, Brinkcliffe Tower, Ecclesall Bierlow workhouse.
294.16 Sheffield (Heeley) 1903 - Introduction by Sylvia Pybus. Southern suburbs of Sheffield, including Meersbrook and Newfield Green.
295.01 Attercliffe 1903 - Historical notes by Trevor Lodge. Also including part of Brightside, Broughton Lane station, Greenland Arm canal, Brown Bayleys steelworks.
295.05 Sheffield (Darnall) 1903 - Historical notes by Trevor Lodge. Nunnery Colliery, Little Attercliffe, Darnall cemetery, Handsworth Hill.
295.07 Treeton & Orgreave Colliery 1901 - Historical introduction by Melvyn Jones. Mining village east of Sheffield; also including part of Catcliffe.
295.10 Sheffield (Handsworth) 1901 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. Including Handsworth village; also Orgreave Hall, Ballifield Hall.
300.01 Kiveton Park & Wales 1901 - Introduction by Melvyn Jones. Area SE of Sheffield including village of Wales, including St Johns Church, extending east to Kiveton Park collieries, and The Barracks.