Ordnance Survey map


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Ordnance Survey map

n (Brit) → carta topografica dell'Istituto Geografico Militare
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I recommended an Ordnance Survey map of the Cuillins for her as a Christmas present.
The wood is believed to have been planted in the early 1800s and belonged to a house marked on the 1830 Ordnance Survey map as The Throne.
On an Ordnance Survey map the letters LC next to a railway line stand for what?
This is a great opportunity to put your school on an Ordnance Survey map in the way you'd wish it to be seen.
Listen to Mark Horton spluttering with enthusiasm tonight about the birth of the Ordnance Survey map and tell me this couldn't be mistaken for a sketch on The Fast Show.
And the opening episode of this second series begins with Top Gear's May handcuffed to Oz Clarke and trying to escape from Dartmoor prison before navigating their way across the nearby treacherous moors with just an Ordnance Survey map, a compass and a bucket of adrenalin to fall back on.
The free exhibition in Bath city centre will also feature a giant walk-on Ordnance Survey map, measuring 16m by 8m, for people to pinpoint the image locations and cover the length and breadth of the country - in virtual terms.
By using Getmapping's online Ordnance Survey map facility it is now possible to be able to specify the features or details which may be required, as well as removing those features or details from the map which are not required and which might otherwise prove a distraction.
By 1840 the Ordnance Survey map showed a building called Anfield House, around which the district developed.
Council officials received a tip-off in the form of a note and an Ordnance Survey map with an arrow pointing to the spot in Whatstandwell, Derbyshire.
5 million 11-year-old pupils with an Ordnance Survey map of their area.
Clockwise, from above, an Ordnance Survey map of Cardiff from 1880; Glamorgan Shyre, as depicted by John Speede in 1610; part of Brecknockshire from the mid-1600s; Caerphilly in the 1830s; Cardiff from an 1880 Ordnance Survey map

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