The only map from this series still in print is
The Sligo County Map and City Plan
(shown on the left). These can be ordered from Stanfords, by clicking on the button below, or by buying direct from the Tourism Information Office on Temple Street, Sligo.
For further tourist information and guides to the other tours of County Sligo, click on the North West Tourism button (below) to be connected to their own website.
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Cork City & Towns of County Cork
is out of print but a few old copies remain and these can be ordered from Stanfords, by clicking on the button below.
Other associated websites (clickable links):
A GUIDE TO SLIGO
ALL THE POEMS OF W. B. YEATS
THE YEATS SOCIETY SLIGO
COUNTY SLIGO HERITAGE & GENEALOGY CENTRE

Other maps by the same author:
CORK CITY & TOWNS OF CO. CORK:
This map was published in 1994 in association with Cork & Kerry Tourism. The city map takes in everything between County Hall and Kent Station. There is a completely street indexed plan of the centre. The town plans (which were originally in grey scale) cover most of the larger towns of the county with the exception of Dunmanway and Ballineen. Though they are obviously out of date now (after the manic house building of the 'Celtic Tiger' years) in many cases maps of these towns are hard to find, so perhaps they are better than nothing. I intend up-dating them at some stage in the future (depending on time and money).
THE KARAKORAM HIGHWAY: (China/Pakistan Friendship Highway):
This is the only up-to-date map of the highway available today. Made over a period of 13 years, the surveyor travelled the full length of the highway 12 times and spent 4 years in Pakistan and 18 months in China. The map covers the entire Karakoram area and stretches almost to Jalalabad (Afghanistan) in the west and to Srinagar (India) in the east. Altogether there are 17 inset maps, made from entirely new surveys, covering all the cities on the road as well as a number of important places off it. These include Skardu (the base for climbing K2), Chitral (for exploring the Hindu Kush and the Kafir Kalash Vallies) and Yarkand (another fabulous Sunday Market to rival Kashgar). Among the other insets are a detailed map of the central Hunza and Nagar Valleys as well as the only trully accurate maps of and Rawalpindi and Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. While making the map the surveyor witnessed a bombing, was attacked by bandits with kalashnikovs, was arrested for spying in China and was deported to Pakistan. Blank areas on the map refer to these circumstances. All the maps are on the site.
THE GOA BEACH GUIDE:
This is the only trully accurate map of Goa available (according to David Abram, author of the Rough Guide to Goa). Apart from the state map there are a total of 18 inset maps covering all the cities and 17 beaches. The guide includes information on everything from language, changing money, food and drink, toilets, nudism to drugs, parties and policing. Furthermore there's a complete north/south guide to the beaches of Goa (this is updated constantly on the website). The complete map and all the insets are available on the website.