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8 January 2022

Links

  1. Map Finder - with Outlines - National Library of Scotland

    I’m sure I’ve seen this before, but I always forget it. Browsable historical Ordnance Survey maps of the UK.

  2. Bench Mark Database

    Database of bench marks that were used by Ordnance Survey to position their levelling staves.

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  • emollick’s avatar

    This 1881 map is an amazing work that shows the travel time from London to... everywhere. Not only is it one of the first isochronic maps (marking distances that could be traveled in the same time) but it drew on steamship tables, post office records, and private voyage records.