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O.S. Mapping & Data
Individual roads, buildings and field boundaries can be easily identified. The sheet referencing system is rather complicated. Maps are identified by county and sheet number, and each sheet is divided into 16 sub-sheets. The easiest way to find out which OS large scale sheets cover your area, is to use the online index produced by the National Library of Scotland.
This covers the whole of Great Britain and can be found here. Search by place name and map scale, and it will list all the published sheets that cover that place, with an index diagram to show sheet coverage.
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As a large city, Liverpool has seen a great many maps and plans made of it. Some of these maps show the wider area around the city, and may include areas as far afield as North Wales or Manchester, Lancaster or Chester. It is hard to believe that there is only 4 years between the top and bottom maps. It looks like several decades of development around Edge Hill. The whole shape of Sefton Park was undefined in , but by , the familiar kidney shape is there, and all the rows of housing are in place down Smithdown Road.
Which is strange, as I know my road was not built until , yet it appears to be on the map.
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Skip to content. Search and browse a range of historical Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland OSNI maps and find information on sites, buildings and landmarks of historical interest. Apologies for any inconvenience. The viewer displays county, parish and townland boundaries and includes information on sites, buildings and landmarks of historical interest.
A variety of tools and ‘widgets’ allow you to search and browse the maps, compare one map with another, and find various points of historical interest. There have been a number of queries about an error message that appears when the Historical Maps Viewer is opened using Internet Explorer
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The Ordnance Survey , First Series Provisional Edition consists of map sheets which were printed from the ‘s right through to the ‘s. They were superseded by the Second Edition , Blackadder has been actively collecting out of copyright or near out of copy right editions of this series. Thanks to two very large donations from the Universities of Glasgow and Coventry the majority of flat map sheets for full coverage are now held, including many different print editions, though more flat sheets from others would still be welcomed to fill in the remaining gaps and extend the number of print editions for each sheet held.
Scanning and rectrification is ongoing with new output available via the OSM faffy MapServer instance. A full index version – new updated version coming soon is available as a tabulated list , or as a coloured chart. If you have any you wish to donate please contact Blackadder. In the meantime until full coverage is uploaded to OSM you can make use or the National Library of Scotland’s resources see below. ISBN Blackadder has a copy. The front cover of the map series folded sheets is basically blue and cream although the exact format varied through the years.
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In simple terms, Crown Copyright for Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland maps lasts for 50 complete years, so maps safely can be used on the 1st January after the 50 years are up. Government Copyright for Ordnance Survey Ireland mapping also lasts for 50 years. All other mapping has a copyright of 70 years. We can’t use in-copyright mapping without the agreement of the publishers. However, there is a query as to exactly when Ordnance Survey believed that the Crown Copyright expired on maps with minor revisions.
Annoyingly, the OS didn’t actually put the exact date of the map on each map. The date that appears on maps either with the words Crown Copyright or Made and published by the Director General of the Ordnance Survey often is not the correct date of the map, but the date of the last major revision. Roads and railways are updated every minor revision, so there is every chance that a map may actually be from quite a number of years away from the copyright date.
For example, a One-Inch Seventh Series map Sheet 10 Tongue with a Crown Copyright date of may actually date from or from , depending on the exact map revision. Their advice was that if a map that stated the copyright date on it as being more than 50 years old was used within SABRE Maps, then it was a legally defensible position if such a map was uploaded accidentally, and we believed that it was published more than 50 years prior. SABRE therefore needed to err on the side of caution, and great lengths were taken to identify the “actual date” of the map as to identify whether the map could be used, and only if both the “copyright date” and the “actual date” were both more than 50 years prior would that map be scanned, georeferenced and uploaded.
As more and more mapping became available to use, the Crown Copyright problem was revisited to confirm that the historic SABRE Maps position was indeed the correct one, or whether it could be relaxed so that we could use mapping from less than 50 years prior, as long as SABRE complied with the Crown Copyright date.
This series consists of Object Name Book ONB folders containing information relating to the names of objects depicted on Ordnance Survey mapping of England and Wales, together with the authority for their spelling. Their primary purpose is to list and define the location and extent of named objects and area features. The ‘objects’ named are both natural and man-made, and include streams, rivers and hills; roads, railways and canals; domestic, public and industrial buildings, and antiquities.
In addition, they also contain technical detail levelling and control information , as well as the survey history of the mapping sheet to which they refer. For the first time all OS mapping was re-cast on national instead of county sheet lines, and on a new national projection which covered the whole country. All scales were superimposed with a National Grid based on the metre rather than the yard , so providing a single referencing system for all Ordnance Survey map detail.
The so-called Gough Map is the earliest surviving map of Britain dating from Brierfield – This first edition OS 6-inch map of Brierfield was published c
Great for a detailed wallpaper map of your local area. Great for a wallpaper map of your entire city or county. From the s surveys were carried out at increasingly detailed scales and were used for many purposes including railway construction, geological survey and sanitary reform. All but the very largest cities still had clearly defined boundaries, but with little of the urban sprawl that has since overtaken so much of the landscape. The construction of over 16, miles of railway track had made its mark on the physical landscape.
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Ordnance Survey, 1st edition map of London 1863-80 (1:2500)
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There was also a more general and nationwide need in light of the potential threat of invasion during the Napoleonic Wars. It was also a member of the Public Data Group. They produce digital map data, online route planning and sharing services and mobile apps, plus many other location-based products for business, government and consumers. Ordnance Survey mapping is usually classified as either “large-scale” in other words, more detailed or “small-scale”.
The Survey’s large-scale mapping comprises , maps for urban areas and , more generally. The latter superseded the , “six inches to the mile ” scale in the s. These large scale maps are typically used in professional land-use contexts and were available as sheets until the s, when they were digitised. Small-scale mapping for leisure use includes the , “Explorer” series, the , “Landranger” series and the , road maps.
These are still available in traditional sheet form. Ordnance Survey maps remain in copyright for fifty years after their publication. Some of the Copyright Libraries hold complete or near-complete collections of pre-digital OS mapping. The origins of the Ordnance Survey lie in the aftermath of the Jacobite rising of which was finally defeated by forces loyal to the government at the Battle of Culloden in Prince William, Duke of Cumberland realised that the British Army did not have a good map of the Scottish Highlands to locate Jacobite dissenters such as Simon Fraser, 11th Lord Lovat so that they could be put on trial.
Roy later had an illustrious career in the Royal Engineers RE , rising to the rank of General, and he was largely responsible for the British share of the work in determining the relative positions of the French and British royal observatories.
Your browser cannot display the site navigation bar. Since the first revisions of Ordnance Survey maps, in the mids, there have been markings on each sheet to indicate the date of revision or printing. On most maps published since the late 19th century, these markings can be found, in small print, beneath or beside the map plate area.
The Historic England GIS Data contained in this material was obtained on the last date on which we built map tiles. The most publicly available up to date.
MapFinder is being replaced by OS Maps — our award-winning app giving you brand-new features together with the mapping you love on all your devices. As operating systems are updated the application may become less stable. Having bought quite a few tiles for this app Only to have OS abandon it and not provide a way to transfer the purchases to the new app, I am extremely reluctant to spend any more money with them.
Try Pocket Earth pro instead. You would think if you buy the data from them they would continue to provide a way to access it. Very disappointed seems like a racket. Please contact our team at customerservices os. I recently spent two evenings buying and downloading over 40 tiles for an upcoming holiday and due to a hitch, I needed to ring the number on the App.