Maps and Images
An (incomplete) A-Z of pictures of Primitive Methodist chapels with a brief description.
Old Maps Online
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Backhouse Map, 1773
Map of the Quarterly Meetings of Quakers in Lancaster, Westmorland, Cumberland, Northumberland, Durham and York by James Backhouse, 1773.
Cumbria from the Air
Cumbria Image Bank
Cumbria County Council's online collection of photographs from around Cumbria. http://www.cumbriaimagebank.org.uk/
OS 6" Maps of Cumbria
Zoomable copies of the Ordance Survey six-inch to the mile maps have been made freely available online by the National Museum of Scotland: http://www.cumbriacountyhistory.org.uk/os-6-maps-cumbria
Website dedicated to the lost railways of Northern Cumbria. Includes information and photographs: http://www.cumbria-railways.co.uk/
This website, pruduced by the University of Hull, is dedicated to the study of Deserted Medieval Settlements. Compared with over eighty for Northamptonshire, Cumberland had eight, Westmorland two, but none in Lancashire! http://www.dmv.hull.ac.uk/
Greenwood Maps (2nd ed. 1844)
Available from the Lorton and Derwent Fells LHS website
Guide to the Lakes
Hosted by Portsmouth University, this website offers a miscelleny of topographical maps, geological maps, railway maps, and road maps, as well as prints and notes on a range of topics: http://www.geog.port.ac.uk/webmap/thelakes/html/lakemenu.htm
Hardman Photo Library
Hosted by the Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry, Kendal: http://www.lakelandmuseum.org.uk/hardman/%3C/
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