Hayfield is a village nestling on the western edge of the Peak District National Park, with much of the parish lying within the Park. Hayfield parish thus includes some habitats consid ered internationally important, primarily the blanket bog on Kinder plateau. There are a number of Hamlets in the parish, Little Hayfield and Rowarth falling within the National Park, whilst Birch Vale and Hayfield Village itself fall outwith the park boundary.
This map shows most of Hayfield village.
Clicking on the small picture of the map will show a larger version. If you want a high resolution version to download, there is a download icon. It is a moderately large download (1.22MB), and is in the PNG format, with full transparency.
Maps from second edition ordnance survey, 1898
I scanned these maps a few years ago, not long after I first moved to Hayfield.
The maps were from a local library, and I only had an A4 scanner, so I had to scan the whole map in tiles. The tiles overlap quite a lot (at least 50%), because I intended stitching them together when I scanned them.
Anyway, these are the highest resolution available, at 300dpi, and so fairly large files, which is why I haven't yet made them downloadable.
You can also view or download a stitched scan of the V16 1898 map, which covers most of Hayfield village centre.