Well these are not my maps, of course, they are the Ordnance Survey's, and excellent they are too.
Whilst I have been putting these together I came to the conclusion that they (OS Maps) are more than excellent. They are modern collaborative art at its finest, and it seems such a shame to sully them with adverts, like on Streetmap. I do get frustrated that you can't really access decent OS maps on t'interweb, so I set about collecting them. I managed to get most of them about three years ago, but I haven't done anything with them until now. Without going into to too much detail, the map of the UK, below is divided into mostly 25 km squares that are kind of in sequence. If you click on the map you should get to that square. They are named after the large 100km sq (called a myriad) used by the OS, and numbered 01 to 16 within that square. Ocasionally I may use licence to combine maps with small features with their neighbours, for instance Beast Cliff ; maps which dont adhere to 'my' grid are generally highlighted in the red boxes. There are some maps that emulate the Ordnance Survey Land Ranger Maps and are numbered as them, and are generally 40 km square at the end of the page
The 25 km squares take much less time to download, and I figure they should do for a very decent walk or moderate bike ride. Excuse mising tiles and mistakes. I will eventually try to fix them
Landranger 104 Leeds & Bradford, Harrogate & Ilkley
Landranger 105 York and Selby