Publisher: Barnetts

Folding maps

The dimensions against each cover and each map are Height x Width; for the maps, the measurements are of the outermost neat line of the map (not the size of the sheet of paper).

Maps of Essex

Popular Pocket Edition Map of Essex
1951
Barnetts Popular Map 1951 cover
186 x 116mm for 405 x 520mm

Barnett's Map of Essex
1955
Barnetts 1955 cover
267 x 140mm for 350 x 448mm


Barnett's Map of Essex
1959
Barnetts 1959 cover
267 x 140mm for 405 x 517mm

Large Scale Easy to Read Map
of Essex, 1963
Barnetts 1963 cover
228 x 138mm for 407 x 515mm

Large Scale Easy to Read Map
of Essex, 1967
Barnetts 1967 cover
229 x 139mm for 400 x 521mm


Large Scale Easy to Read Map
of Essex, 1970
Barnetts 1970 cover
233 x 142mm for 397 x 519mm

Essex
1979
Barnetts 1979 cover
216 x 141mm for 446 x 583mm

Essex
1982
Barnetts 1982 cover
222 x 144mm for 446 x 583mm


Essex
1984
Barnetts 1984 cover
221 x 145mm for 446 x 583mm

Essex
1987
Barnetts 1987 cover
221 x 143mm for 446 x 583mm

Essex
1989
Barnetts 1989 cover
222 x 143mm for 447 x 584mm


Essex
1991
Barnetts 1991 cover
221 x 142mm for 448 x 584mm


Essex
2003
Barnetts 2003 Cover
216 x 148mm for 430 x 560mm


Beacontree Press as publisher, but Barnett's maps (& address)

Large Scale Easy to Read
Map of Essex, 1951
Beacontree Portfolio Essex cover
189 x 120mm for 410 x 520mm

Large Scale Easy to Read
Map of Essex, c1956
Beacontree Portfolio Essex cover
230 x 140mm for 405 x 520mm


Saffron Walden & North West Essex
1951
Beacontree Portfolio Saffron Walden and NW Essex 1951 cover
188 x 120mm for 458 x 417mm


Barnett's Street Atlases

These Street Atlases are included as they include copies of Barnett's county maps as well - the same maps as are described above. (The
maps aren't shown for these atlases.)

ABC Atlas of Essex, 1952
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1952 cover
229 x 139mm cover, 40 sectional
town plans and mileage sheets. 80
pages of maps of tours, etc, plus a
county map, as used 1951 to 1959.
Saffron Walden pop = 7,240 -> 1952.

ABC Atlas of Essex, 1958
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1958 cover
229 x 139mm cover, 70 town plans/
road maps/mileage sheets. 112 pages
of maps of tours, etc, plus a county map,
as used 1951 to 1959.
Saffron Walden pop = 7,430 -> 1958.


ABC Atlas of Essex, 1959
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1959 cover
230 x 140mm cover, 100 town plans/
road maps/mileage sheets. 160 pages
of maps of tours, etc, plus a county map,
as used 1951 to 1959.
Saffron Walden pop = 7,550 -> 1959.

ABC Atlas of Essex, 1963
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1963 cover
224 x 141mm cover, 145 town plans/
road maps/mileage sheets. 208 pages
of maps of tours, etc, plus a 1963 county map.
Saffron Walden pop = 8,350 -> 1963.

ABC Atlas of Essex, 1967
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1967 cover
224 x 141mm cover, 163 town plans/
road maps/mileage sheets. 208 pages
of maps of tours, etc, plus a 1967 county map.
Saffron Walden pop = 9,140 -> 1967.


ABC Atlas of Essex, 1970
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1970 cover
228 x 147mm cover, 158 town plans/
road maps/mileage sheets. 208 pages
of maps of tours, etc, plus a 1970 county
map.
Saffron Walden pop = 10,050 -> 1970.

ABC Atlas of Essex, 1976
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1976 cover
217 x 150mm cover, 208 pages of maps
of towns, etc, with many adverts, plus a
county map that has M11 present J7 to
J8 (opened 1975) and planned J8 to J9
(1979) and J4 to J7 (1977).
Index no longer has populations, so
dated from M11.


ABC Atlas of Essex, 1978
Barnetts ABC Atlas 1978 cover
215 x 150mm cover, 224 pages of maps
of towns, etc, with many adverts, plus
poor county map split over several pages.
M11 open J4 to J8 (opened 1979), but not
from J8 northwards (1979).
Index no longer has populations, so
dated from M11.



Other information on Barnetts

Addresses:
1951: The Map Centre, 33 Green Lane, Ilford (The initial shop that the publishing business grew from?)
1951: 19 Temple Avenue, Beacontree Heath
mid-1950s - c1969: Rowallan House, Little Heath, Chadwell Heath (Home of Michael Barnett; suffered a major fire in 1958)
c1969 onwards: Rippleside Commercial Estate, Barking

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