Thirsk Map

Thirsk map, handy interactive map of Thirsk a small market town in North Yorkshire.

Detailed Street Map of Thirsk North Yorkshire

Thirsk Map: Above is a useful map of Thirsk, a small market town close to the North Yorks Moors National park in North Yorkshire. Use the zoom (+) feature to get a detailed street map of Thirsk town centre and find your desired destination in Thirsk.

Thirsk North Yorkshire: Located close to the south-western edge of the North Yorks Moors, Thirsk has a population of 4,703 (census 2001), it is in the district of Hambleton and is perhaps best known for its Flat Horseracing Racecourse. An ancient town Thirsk was listed in the Domesday Book and recorded as Tresche (from the Viking word for marsh). The town has two areas Thirsk and Old Thirsk (the area east of the River Cod Beck).

Clearly shown on this Thirsk map is Thirsk Railway Station (East Coast Main Line), and Sowerby.

Thirsk can be reached via the A19, the A61 and the A170, it is a driving distance of 9 miles from Northallerton, 15 miles from Boroughbridge, 22 miles from Bedale, and 24 miles from York.

North Yorks Moors Map - View a map of the nearby North Yorks Moors National Park.