Old Maps of Aesica (Roman Fort), Northumberland
Historic maps of the Aesica (Roman Fort) area
Take a look at our selection of old historic maps based upon Aesica (Roman Fort) in Northumberland. Taken from original Ordnance Survey maps sheets and digitally stitched together to form a single layer, these maps offer a true reflection of how the land used to be. Explore the areas you know before the railways, roads and places you know became what they are today.
All these maps are available to buy as a wide range of products, including Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaws, Mugs, Tea Towels, Cushion Covers. They make wonderful, unique and personal gifts for almost any occasion.
Old Historic Victorian County Map featuring Northumberland dating back to the 1840s available to buy in a range of prints, framed or mounted or on canvas.
Aesica (Roman Fort), 1895Ordnance Survey, County Series
Folded Sheet Maps of Aesica (Roman Fort)
Folded sheet maps covering Aesica (Roman Fort) area are available.
Old Map of Northumberland
An old map of Northumberland, hand-drawn in 1840 for the renowned cartographic publisher Samuel Lewis.
These superbly detailed maps provide an authoritive and fascinating insight into the history and gradual development of our cities, towns and villages.
The maps are decorated in the margins by selected Frith photographs. Available to buy in a range of sizes and styles, including large prints on canvas.
More about this Map
- Scale: ~7 miles to 1 inch
- Area covered: Traditional boundaries of Northumberland
- Year drawn: 1840