GIS Data Inventory

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Geographers' Main Road Map of Greater London (1956?)

Date: 1956?
Creator: published by Geographers
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Scale: 1:63000
Access: web
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London, England 300 ppi (600 available upon request) 75%
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Germany and Its Approaches (1946)

Date: 1946
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Access: web
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Germany and its approaches with international boundaries as of September 1, 1939, the day Germany invaded Poland and, in red, boundaries as of January 1, 1938, before Germany seized Austria and Czechoslovakia.Notes: Relief shown by shading and spot heights. Overprinted in red: Occupational zone boundaries [and] U.S. occupational zone boundary. First Edition. For Official Use only of the British War Office. Refer to this map as B.A.O.R. 17. Reproduced by 14 Field Survey Coy R.E. 1946
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Local Crime Mapping (England and Wales) ()

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Creator: National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA)
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Access: web
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keywords: Crime, Britain, Wales, England
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Map of the London Midland and Scottish Railway and connections (1927)

Date: 1927
Creator: McCorquodale & Co.
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Scale: Scale not given
Access: Web
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CAX 909 Derby--40,000 24/3/27.
Also shows Other railway lines, steamer routes, and Coach routes
Includes inset of the Orkney and Shetland Islands showing steamship routes between the islands.
Index to towns, railroad company officers and other information, and notes on verso.
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Population map (1921?)

Date: 1921?
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Scale: 1:6,336,000
Access: Web
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Inset pasted to map: Great Britain: [population]; population data overprinted on base map Map of the Dominion of Canada indicating natural resources, transportation, and trade routes, 2d. ed. 1921; pop. distribution by dots; place names; railways.
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Seaborne trade ([1924])

Date: [1924]
Creator: Historical Section of the Committee of Imperial Defence
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Scale: varies
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out of copyright. Series of 9 sheets with black-and-white maps of maritime trade routes, some with red overprint. Accompanies text Seaborne trade by Charles Ernest Fayle, D581 .F38 (catalogue record linked below).

1. The world on Mercator's projection, showing principal trade routes
2. North Sea and Baltic Sea, showing early minefields in North Sea
3. North Atlantic, showing North American and Caribbean trade routes
4. Oriental trade routes
5. South American trade route, showing points of attack
6a. Gulf of Aden, showing capture of City of Winchester by K√nigsberg, Aug 6 1914
6b. Vicinity of Canaries, showing captures by Kaiser Wilhelm der Gr√sse, Aug. 15-16 1914
6c. Pacific Coast of North America, showing capture of Elsinore by Leipzig, Sep. 11 1914
6d. Gulf of Guayaquil, showing capture of Bankfields by Leipzig, Sep. 25 1914
7. Bay of Bengal and part of Indian Ocean, showing captures by Emden, September 10-October 30, 1914
8. Vicinity of Cape San Roque, showing captures by Karlsruhe, Dresden and Kronprinz Wilhelm, Aug. 15, to Oct. 27, 1914
9. Mid Atlantic, showing captures by Kronprinz Wilhelm and Prinz Eitel Friedrich

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