Series of maps published in a guide book, Survey of the Lakes of Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire, by James Clarke, printed for the author, London, 1787-89; and in Plans of the Lakes ... 1793.
There are 11 maps:-
plate 1. A Map of the Town of Penrith and Country Adjacent.
plate 2. A Map of the Town of Penrith in the County of Cumberland.
plate 3. A Map of the Roads between Penrith and Ullswater, scale about 10 ins to 1 mile; shows the River Eamont from Pooley Bridge for about 4 miles NE towards Penrith, and the country and roads either side.
plate 4. A Map of the Lake Ullswater and its Environs, scale about 6.5 ins to 1 mile.
plate 5. A Map of the Roads, Waters &c between Penrith and Keswick, scale about 2 ins to 1 mile; shows the road from about Stainton to beyond Threlkeld.
plate 6. A Map of Derwentwater and its Environs.
plate 7. A Map of the Roads etc. between Keswick and Broadwater.
plate 8. A Map of Broadwater and its Environs, ie Bassenthwaite Lake, scale about 6.5 ins to 1 mile.
plate 9. A Map of the Roads Lakes &c between Keswick and Ambleside, scale about 2.5 ins to 1 mile; shows the road from about Castlerigg to the edge of Ambleside, past Thirlmere Lake, Grasmere water, and Rydal Water.
plate 10. A Map of the Northern Part of the Lake Winandermere and its Environs, scale about 6.5 ins to 1 mile.
plate 11. A Map of the Southern Part of the Lake Winandermere and its Environs, scale about 6.5 ins to 1 mile.
|Penrith to Ullswater|
|Penrith to Keswick|
|Keswick to Bassenthwaite Lake|
Keswick to Ambleside
Thirlmere, Grasmere, Rydal Water
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