Welcome to THIS WAY BOOKS
FAMILY HISTORY UPDATE 2021 – we still have good stocks of most Cassini Historical Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales.
We don’t have the maps listed online but if you are interested, please contact us using the contact page on this website. THANK YOU!
We also have a shop on Ebay where we sell all sorts of historical printed ephemera items – do come and have a browse!
Sadly the Covid-19 pandemic resulted in most events being cancelled in 2020 and at present (March 2021) many fairs are still cancelled although we have high hopes for later in the year. Please keep an eye on our list of events and we look forward to being able to get out as soon as the Government allows it. We look forward to welcoming old and new customers this year, come and find that little treasure you didn’t know you wanted (and please say ‘Hello, we saw your website (and/or our Facebook page’, there’s lots of pix there)!
Come & meet us! We attend FAMILY HISTORY FAIRS and BOOK FAIRS throughout the year – please click on the EVENTS & FAIRS 2021 page to find the next fair or visit our ONLINE SHOP (or just click on the red letters).
We specialise in original, vintage official Town, Parish, County & Church guide books and historical Ordnance Survey Maps (Cassini Maps). We have good stocks of most counties – please ask if you are interested in a particular place in England & Wales.
Most original guides contain local histories, information, photographs, street maps and advertisements for local businesses. They are useful publications for Family & Local Historians, Researchers, Genealogists, Map Collectors, Tourists, Walkers, Homeowners and those looking to explore the way we used to live and the places we and our families have known.
We also sell at Family History Fairs the popular new series of Cassini Historical Ordnance Survey Maps – enlarged historical maps from the 1800s to the 1920s which match the scale and coverage of modern Ordnance Survey Landranger maps – simply place a Cassini Historical OS Map alongside it’s modern equivalent to see how places have changed over the years. It has never been easier to compare your area from the past to the present!
Please visit our Facebook page for updates and information & pictures of events (please see the link on our BLOG page).