The map below shows the counties of England with the county of East Riding of Yorkshire highlighted:
We offer downloads of the county map:
- Map of England with county of East Riding of Yorkshire highlighted – png format
- Map of England with county of East Riding of Yorkshire highlighted – jpg format
Users are welcome to use the maps for non-commercial purposes. Credit must be given to this website where displayed.
About East Riding of Yorkshire
The East Riding of Yorkshire is a ceremonial county in England. It is located in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of the country. It is bordered by North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire, and Lincolnshire.
The biggest settlement in the county is the city of Hull. Towns and villages include Bridlington, Beverley, Goole, Cottingham, Hessle, and Driffield.
The M62 Motorway links the East Riding of Yorkshire to destinations such as Leeds, Bradford, Manchester, and Liverpool.
Hull Paragon Interchange is the busiest railway station in the county.
Services from this station include trains to Bridlington, York, Sheffield, Scarborough, Manchester Piccadilly, and Beverley.
The county borders of the East Riding of Yorkshire are shown on the map below. Zoom out to see where the county is located in relation to other areas of the UK.