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The

Bob Hattersley Collection



A Unique Selection of Maps Celebrating the

History of the North- East


Prints sold in aid of Kidney Cancer Research



A unique series of colour prints, each one a quality copy of original hand-drawn and hand -illuminated maps.  Each print offers carefully researched historical text, set upon a background of an outline map which shows the key rivers, settlements and features of the area covered by its title.


RH 1   The Town of Richmond      

RH 2   The Stockton and Darlington Railway     

RH 3    Quaker Darlington      

RH 4    Darlington’s Coaching Days     

RH 5    The Middleton Tyas Copper Mines  

RH 6    The Abbeys of the North Yorkshire Dales  

RH 7    The Port of Yarm      

RH 8    The Land of the Prince Bishops  

RH 9    The Village of Gainford    

RH 10    The Stanwick Park Fortifications  

RH 11    The Legend of the Sockburn Worm    

RH 12    Lead Mining Activities in Teesdale  

RH 13    Settlement and Place Names: Teesdale

RH 14     Sketches of Teesdale  

RH 15    The Lyke Wake Walk      

RH 16     The Corpse Way        

RH 17    Lead Mining Activity in Swaledale  

RH 18    Settlement and Place Names of Swaledale

RH 19     Settlement and Place Names of Wensleydale  

RH 20    The Land of the Reivers    

RH 21    Festivals of Swaledale            not available currently

RH 22    The Three Peaks Walk           an unfinished map - black & white

RH 23    The Old Gang Leadmines; Swaledale

RH 24    Wensleydale

RH 25    The Great Tees Flood

RH 26    Gunnerside Gill Lead Mining    



All profits from the sale will be donated to Kidney Cancer Research in memory of Bob Hattersley, a truly talented and generous-spirited man.



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