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How to buy Map Prints

You are welcome to print screen prints from E-Map Explorer, although please note that these remain copyright of Norfolk County Council and are for personal use only. Details are given below on how to purchase higher quality copies of the maps and photographs.

1946 Aerial Photographs

To purchase good quality copies of the 1946 aerial photographs please contact Beverley Tyrrell of the GeoInformation Group. Her e-mail address is beverleyt@geoinformationgroup.co.uk and telephone number is 01223 880077.

1988 Aerial Photographs

Details on how to purchase good quality copies of the 1988 aerial photographs will appear here soon.

Tithe Maps

The Norfolk Record Office can supply copies of tithe maps in several different ways. These include digital image files, colour prints and black and white microfilm printouts. Because of the large size of many tithe maps, it is sometimes only possible to reproduce part of the map. Please contact the Norfolk Record Office to discuss the options for a particular tithe map. For an up-to-date list of prices, please consult Norfolk Record Office Information Leaflet 1: Copying Services and Price List.

Enclosure Maps

The Norfolk Record Office can supply copies of enclosure maps in several different ways. These include digital image files, colour prints and black and white microfilm printouts. Because of the large size of many enclosure maps, it is sometimes only possible to reproduce part of the map. Please contact the Norfolk Record Office to discuss the options for a particular enclosure map. For an up-to-date list of prices, please consult Norfolk Record Office Information Leaflet 1: Copying Services and Price List.

Ordnance Survey and Historical Maps

It is not possible for the Norfolk Historical Map Explorer website to provide high quality copies of the first-edition six-inch to the mile Ordnance Survey maps or the historical printed maps featured on the site. Visit the Norfolk Heritage Centre at the Norfolk and Norwich Millennium Library at The Forum in Norwich, where you can photocopy first edition six-inch to the mile Ordnance Survey maps or buy a photography permit to enable you to photograph historical maps and other items in the collection.