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Maps of Donegal

The best maps of the County are the maps produced by the Irish Ordnance Survey and are available directly from them at Ordnance Survey Ireland or from the Letterkenny Public Service Centre who also sell maps for all applications from the Land Registry, Planning applications, ESB Connections, etc.
Travel Route plans are available at AA Roadwatch.
If you wish to check the name of a townland in Donegal consult this List of Donegal Townlands or the Ireland Atlas Townland Database.
If you want to find the exact location of a particular townland or Barony in Donegal consult these recently republished volumes edited by Angelique Day & Patrick McWilliams -
Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol 38: North-East Donegal 1833-5 and
Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland Vol 39: Mid, West and South Donegal 1835-6.

The Ordnance Survey Letters: Donegal 1835 by John O'Donovan vividly describes Donegal in the late 1830's when its author traversed the roads of the County transcribing and anglicising the Townland names and noting the antiquities and characters he met along the way. The book is edited by Michael Herity with a preface by Brian Friel.


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