Map of Staffordshire

Because of its high quality, this map of Staffordshire makes it easy for any traveller to plan his trip and to find the quickest, most convenient route to travel to and within the province, regardless of the mean of transportation used (car hire service, personal car, train or bus). This map of Staffordshire provides useful information about all administrative and geographical aspects of this province, as well as about its surroundings. To make your trip as comfortable and relaxing as possible, it is very important to arrange all the details of your trip such as hotel reservations or travel insurance in advance.

This is a map of Staffordshire, Staffordshire is known to be Landlocked, and is located within the West Midlands. This map hopes to provide with further insight on the locations of roads, landmarks, provincial divides and other useful information.

Map Of Staffordshire

Staffordshire (abbreviated to Staffs) is a landlocked county within the West Midlands region of England. It has a population of just over 1 Million inside its 1000 square mile border. It shares its north-west borders with Cheshire, while Leicestershire sits to the east, Warwickshire to the south east, Derbyshire to the east. West Midlands resides to the south, Shropshire to the west and Worcestershire to the south. Staffordshire holds a part of a National Forest within its borders.

Stoke-On-Trent is known to be Staffordshire’s largest city, but instead of being administered with the rest of Staffordshire, it is regarded as independent from it, and has the status of an independent authority. A cathedral city, Lichfield also holds city status but is considerably smaller.

Prior to 1974, Staffordshire held 3 more towns inside its borders but in 1974 the local government reorganisation placed those towns in both the West Midlands County as well as the West Midlands Conurbation.

Staffordshire contains a lot of natural beauty, both the north and south of the county is hilly. There are wild moorlands in the north and Cannock Chase is an area of rural beauty in the south. The middle regions are made up of low lying land, and spread throughout the country are vast and important coalfields. The largest river is Trent, and the southern part of the county holds rich iron ore deposits.