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Abbotsford (1880 - 1896)

Aberdeen (1882 - end*)

Aberystwyth (1900 - 1903, 1912 - end*)

Aldeburgh (1900 - 1924)

Anglesey (1911 - end*)

Antrim (1899 – 1931)

Ayr (1880 - 1896)


Bangor (1909 – end*)

Barmouth (1913 - end*)

Barnstaple (1911 - end*)

Bath (1896 - end*)

Belfast (1889 – end*)

Belgium (1900 - 1912)

Belgium and Holland (1893 - 1899)

Bettws-y-Coed † (1911 - end*)

Bexhill (1907 - end*)

Bideford (1887 - end*)

Birmingham (1881 - 1906)

Blackpool (1901 - 1909)

Bognor (1904 - end*)

Bournemouth (1896 - end*)

Brecon (1913 – end*)

Bridlington / Bridlington Quays (1880, 1886 - end*)

Bridport (1914 – end*)

Brighton (1880 - end*)

Bristol and Clifton (1906 - 1909)

Broads (1909 - end*)

Broadstairs (1899 - end*)

Bude (1911 - end*)

Budleigh Salterton (1913 - end*)

Buxton (1880 - end*)


Cambridge (1928 - end*)

Canterbury (1899 - end*)

Cardiff (1912 – end*)

Carlingford Bay (1886 - 1896)

Carnarvon† (1911 - end*)

Channel Islands (1880 - end*)
(see also L'Ile de Jersey)

Cheltenham (1940 - end*)

Chester (1940 - end*)

Chichester (1911 - end*)

Clacton (1927 - end*)

Clevedon (1901 - end*)

Clifton (1901 - 1909)

Colchester (1927 - end*)

Colwyn Bay (1909 - end*)

Connemara (1880 - 1901)

Conway (1911 - end*)

Cork (1883 – end*)

Cotswolds (1939 - end*)

County Wicklow (1880 - 1895)

Criccieth (1913 - end*)

Cromer (1898 - end*)


Dartmoor (1888 - end*)

Dartmouth (1917 - end*)

Dawlish (1898 - end*)

Deal & Walmer (1900 - end*)

Derby (1880)

Donegal Highlands (1894 - 1935)

Dover (1900 – end*)

Dovercourt (1906 - 1923)

Dublin (1880 - end*)


East Coast of Scotland (1890 - 1896)

Eastbourne (1898 - end*)

Eastern Highlands (1882)

Eastern Scotland (1939 - end*)

Edinburgh (1880 - end*)

English Lake District (1884 - 1937)

Environs of London (1880 - 1890)

Exeter (1889 - end*)

Exmouth (1898 - end*)


Falmouth (1897 - end*)

Felixstowe (1901 - end*)

Fifeshire (1889 - 1896)

Filey (1909 - end*)

Folkestone (1900 - end*)

Fowey (1913 – end*)

Furness Abbey (1884 - 1896)


Giant's Causeway (1889 - 1898)

Glasgow (1880 - end*)

Greenore (1897 - 1907)


Harrogate (1880 - end*)

Hastings (1894 - end*)

Hereford (1910 - end*)

Herne Bay (1899 - end*)

Hexham (1895 - 1905)

Highlands and Islands / Highlands of Scotland (1889 - end*)

Holland & Belgium (1893 - 1913)

Hythe (1911 – end*)


Ilfracombe (1890 - end*)

Ilkley (1880 - end*)

Inverness (1880 - end*)

Ipswich (1950 - end*)

Isle of Man (1881 - end*)

Isle of Wight (1880 - end*)


Kenilworth (1880 - 1894)

Killarney (1880 - end*)

Lake District (1938 - end*)

Leamington (1880 - end*)

Leeds (1880 - 1896)

L'Ile de Jersey (French text) (1883 - end*)

Limerick (1880 - 1886, 1896 - 1909)

Lisadoonvana Spas † (1881 - 1882)

Littlehampton (1905 - end*)

Liverpool (1880 - end*)

Llandrindrod Wells (1899 - end*)

Llandudno (1899 - end*)

Llangollen (1911 - end*)

Loch Lomond (1880 - 1882)

London (1880 - end*) (see also Environs of London)

Londonderry (1914 - 1934)

Looe (1914 - end*)

Lowestoft (1899 - end*)

Lyme Regis (1900 - end*)

Lynton and Lynmouth (1888 - end*)

Lytham St Anne's (1902 - 1909)


Malvern / Malvern Country (1906 - end*)

Margate (1899 - end*)

Matlock (1880 - end*)

Minehead (1900 - end*)

Morecambe Bay (1884 - 1896)


New Forest (1925 - end*)

Newcastle upon Tyne (1950 - end*)

Newquay (1898 - end*)

North Cornwall (1937 - end*)

North Norfolk (1940 - end*)

North Wales (1886 - 1902)

North Wales (Northern Section) (1897 - end*)

North Wales (Southern Section) (1901 - end*)

North-East Kent (1950 - end*)

North-East Scotland (1882)

Northern Ireland (1939 - end*)

Northern Lake District Ireland) (1894 - 1905)

Northern Scotland (1940 - end*)

Northumberland Coast (1950 - end*)

Nottingham (1880 - 1882, 1898 - 1940)


Oban (1880 - end*)

Oxford (1881 - 1900, 1923 - end*)


Paignton (1909 - end*)

Paris (1889 – 1914)

Peak District (1950 - end*)

Penmaenmawr (1911 - end*)

Penzance (1897 - end*)

Perth (1882 - 1896)

Plymouth (1889 - 1947)

Portsmouth (1903 - 1915)

Pwllheli (1911 - end*)


Ramsgate (1899 - end*)

Redcar (1880, 1886 - 1896)

Rhine (1889 - 1897)

Rhyl (1909 - end*)

Ripon (1911 – end*)

Riviera (1897 - 1900)

Rome (1915)


Salcombe and Kingsbridge (1939 - end*)

Saltburn-by-the-Sea (1883 - 1897)

Scarborough (1880 - end*)

Seaford (1914 - end*)

Seaton (1906 - end*)

Sheringham (1911 - end*)

Sherwood Forest (1892 - 1933)

Sidmouth (1899 - end*)

Skegness (1901 - 1909)

Skye (1886 - 1896)

South Cornwall (1937 - end*)

South Wales (1909 - end*)

South-East Kent (1950 - end*)

South-West Scotland (1890 - 1896)

Southampton (1917 - end*)

Southport (1881 - 1896,end*)

Southsea (1902 - 1913, 1931 - end*)

Southwold (1900 - 1947)

St Ives (1911 - end*)

Stratford-upon-Avon (1880 - end*)

Sutton-on-Sea (1902 - 1909)

Swanage (1900 - end*)

Switzerland (1889 - 1913)


Teignmouth (1897 - end*)

Tenby (1909 – end*)

Thames (1909 - 1947)

Torquay (1889 - end*)

Towyn (1911 – end*)

Trossachs (1889 - 1896)


Warwick (1911 - end*)

Waterford, Wexford (1896 - 1909)

Wells (1914 - end*)

West Cornwall (1937 - end*)

Western Cornwall (1897 - 1899)

Western Scotland (1939 - end*)

Weston-super-Mare (1901 - end*)

Weymouth (1900 - end*)

Whitby (1880 - end*)

Windsor / Windsor Castle (1890 – 1905)

Woodhall Spa (1902 - 1909)

Worcester (1912 - end*)

Worthing (1889 - end*)

Wye Valley (1896 - end*)


Yarmouth (1898 - end*)

York (1890 – 1895)

Yorkshire Coast (1947 - end*)

Yorkshire Dales (1940 - end*)



* the term “end” has been used to indicate that the guide concerned remained in production after 1950. In many cases, it continued to be published in the revised red-and-yellow dust jacket cover format until the late 1970s.

† the Ward Lock spelling of some locations may vary from contemporary common usage. We have used the spelling from the red guide title. For example:

  • Bettws-y-Coed or Betwys-y-Coed or Bettwys-y-Coed
  • Carnarvon or Caernarvon
  • Lisadoonvana Spas or Lisdoonvana Spas or Lisdoonvarna Spas