This section will contain maps and plans from the city parishes up to city and outskirt level.
Isaac Taylor compiled a particularly detailed map of Hereford in 1757. It is decorated with vignettes of the important buildings. The gardens and orchards are well drawn and the city walls stand out. (Photo: David Lovelace)
Brayley's 1806 map of Hereford is decorative with a good vignette of the cathedral and the river. The gardens and fields outside the city are clear. The colouring is no doubt later. (Photo: David Lovelace)
This image of the 1858 Timothy Curley map of Hereford city is not good quality, but is interesting for the comparison with the 1757 Taylor map. The routes of the canals, streams and railway are clear. (Photo: David Lovelace)