GIS Data Inventory

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Atlas of commercial geography (1889)

Date: 1889
Creator: Bartholomew, J. G. (John George), 1860-1920
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Access: Web
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Illustrating the general facts of physical, political, economic and statistical geography, on which international commerce depends.
Themes: Heights and Depths, Characteristic Land Surface Features and Ocean Currents, Mean Annual Rainfall with Limits of Snowfall, Prevailing Winds, Climate, Isotherms, Range of Temperature, Natural Productions, Diseases, Population Density, Religion, Ethnicity, Isochronic Distance, Postage, Commercial Map of the World, The British Empire
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Bacon's motoring and cycling road maps [of England & Wales and south part of Scotland] (1910?)

Date: 1910?
Creator: G.W. Bacon & Co.
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Scale: 1:316,800
Access: Web
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Title from cover; roads with distances; railroads & stations; relief by hachures; accompanied by index to place names.
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Bartholomew's one inch map of the Lake District (1930?)

Date: 1930?
Creator: John Bartholomew and Son.
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Scale: 1:63,360
Access: Web
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Relief by hypsometric tints & spot hts.
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Bartholomew's quarter inch to mile contour road map of the environs of London (1911?)

Date: 1911?
Creator: Bartholomew, J. G. (John George), 1860-1920.
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Scale: 1:253,440
Access: Web
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Reduced from Bartholomew's half-inch map.
Inset: scale of colors and index to half-inch sheets.
Relief shown by gradient tints.
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Birmingham district (1907)

Date: 1907
Creator: Great Britain. Ordnance Survey.
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Scale: 1:126,720
Access: Web
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Shaded relief; spot hts.; roads; wooded areas; railways; etc.
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Birmingham pocket atlas and guide (1954)

Date: 1954
Creator: John Bartholomew and Son.
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Cover title: Bartholomew's pocket atlas and guide to Birmingham.
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Central Liverpool : pocket atlas and guide. (1949)

Date: 1949
Creator: John Bartholomew and Son.
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Scale: Various
Access: Web
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Cover title: Bartholomew 's pocket atlas and guide to Central Liverpool.
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Cycling & motoring map of 50 miles about London (1929)

Date: 1929
Creator: Geographia Ltd.
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Scale: 1:490,000
Access: Web
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Title from cover; 4 classes of roads; railroads; spot hts.; cover contains index to maps in series; Map no. 1.
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Dent's cycling, touring & driving road map, forty miles about Ashburton (190-?)

Date: 190-?
Creator: Dent, C. N.
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Scale: 1:126,720
Access: Web
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Relief by hachures; roads; trails; place names.
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England & Wales (192-?)

Date: 192-?
Creator: John Bartholomew and Son.
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Scale: 1:1,000,000
Access: Web
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Roads; place names; contours; some ink markings on library copy; uncoloured section of Bartholomew's Contour motoring map of the British Isles.
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Germany and Its Approaches (1946)

Date: 1946
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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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Great Western Railway (1918?)

Date: 1918?
Creator: Emery Walker Limited
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Scale: 1:653,000
Access: Web
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Shaded relief; 5 classes of railways with stations named; 3 classes of roads; insets: South Wales -- Birmingham and district -- London & Suburbs.
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Historic Parishes of England and Wales 2001 (2001)

Date: 2001
Creator: Kain, R.J. and R.R. Oliver
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Access: 9 CD-ROM's [031-039]
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he Electronic Map covers the whole of England and Wales, and is organised by Ordnance Survey Sheet number. The map consists of scanned bitmap images of the Ordnance Survey one inch to the mile (1:63,360) New Popular Edition maps (1945-8) with National Grid. It contains the boundaries of some 18,233 places, and is arranged as three electronic 'layers'. The first is a scan of the Ordnance Survey maps stored as grey tone sheet images. This enables Ordnance Survey physical, cultural and place-name content to be readily visible in the background for orientation and general location purposes, while not obscuring the added boundary and reference number material. The second layer consists of the boundaries, stored as solid red lines; and the third layer contains the reference numbers that link places on the map to the gazetteer/metadata dataset that accompanies the maps.The maps are available on CD-ROM in Adobe Illustrator™ v.6 (£45 plus P&P) or Adobe Acrobat PDF™ (£15 plus P&P). Adobe Illustrator format is recommended if you already have the software (as it enables you to edit the maps and select the layers to view). However, the Adobe Acrobat PDF format is perfectly suitable for viewing the maps, and the the necessary reader software will be supplied.
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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 Brighton (194-?)

Date: 194-?
Creator: Hadlow & Sons Ltd.
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Scale: 1:12,762
Access: Web
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Streets named & indexed; public transit.
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Map of Brighton and Hove (1958)

Date: 1958
Creator: Hadlow & Sons.
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Scale: 1:13,480
Access: Web
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Streets named & indexed; bus routes; places of interest; accomodation info on verso.
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Map of Norfolk [1963] (1574)

Date: 1574
Creator: Christopher Saxton
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Scale: not to scale
Access: web
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out of copyright. 1 colour map, [1963] facsimile of historical map showing settlements and placenames.
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Map of Suffolk [1961] (1575)

Date: 1575
Creator: Christopher Saxton
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Scale: not to scale
Access: web
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out of copyright. 1 colour map, [1961] facsimile of historical map showing settlements and placenames.
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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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Map of the western front (191-)

Date: 191-
Creator: Map Company
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Scale: 1:1,100,000
Access: Web
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Place names; distance circles from Paris; railways; fortifications; boundaries; Compliments of Fitzpatrick & O'Connell Limited.
Added author: Imperial Bank of Canada.
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Ordnance Survey of England and Wales, Dartmoor tourist map (1922)

Date: 1922
Creator: Great Britain. Ordnance Survey.
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Scale: 1:63,360
Access: Web
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7 classes of roads; railroads; wooded areas; hydrographic detail; cultural detail.
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Philips' handy atlas of the counties of England (19--?)

Date: 19--?
Creator: George Philip & Son.
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Scale: Various
Access: Web
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Title on spine: Philips' county atlas of England. Title from cover. Title page lacking. New ed., with index. 43 col. maps, 45 p.
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Salisbury Plain Revised to April, 1939 (1940)

Date: 1940
Creator: Ordnance Survey of England and Wales
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Scale: 1:62,500
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Area covered is well-known to Canadian servicemen in two world wars, the scene of the first Canadian overseas camp in World War I. As can be seen from the map, issued in 1940, it was the scene of intense military activity in World War II.
This map is of special interest in that it shows many famous pre-historic and historic sites such as that of Stonehenge (m.r. 5662) and Old Sarum (m.r. 5752), and numerous tumuli, the pre-historic burial mounds of the early Britons. The ancient cathedral city of Salisbury is in the lower part of the map. This map covers one of the most interesting and historical areas of the British Isles.
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Street plan of Banbury (1937?)

Date: 1937?
Creator: Ed. J. Burrow & Co.
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Scale: 1:14,000
Access: Web
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Streets named & indexed; advertisements; text on verso.
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The menace to the Channel ports and Holland's strategical position (1918)

Date: 1918
Creator: George Philip & Son.
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Scale: 1:1,500,000
Access: Web
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Battle front line; railroads; cross channel routes; Supplement to the National Review, June, 1918. Added author: National and English Review.
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The motorist's road map of London and district (193-?)

Date: 193-?
Creator: W. & A.K. Johnston Limited.
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Scale: [1:63,360]
Access: Web
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5 classes of roads; tramway routes out of London; places of interest; on verso: ancillary map: [London region from Colchester to the south coast].
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Time's Atlas of the war. Prepared by the editors of Time, the weekly news-magazine ([1940])

Date: [1940]
Creator: Time Magazine
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8 colour maps, depicting: Economic Europe, Southeastern England, The Balkans, The East Indies, The Caribbean, Alaska, Canada and the United States, The Nile Valley.

Text accompanying each map explains area and military importance in World War 2.
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Tourist map of Dartmoor (1937?)

Date: 1937?
Creator: Great Britain. Ordnance Survey.
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Scale: 1:63,360
Access: Web
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Relief by contours and spot heights. Shows 6classes of roads; railroads; wooded areas; hydrographic detail; cultural detail.
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Winchester 5th ed. (1941)

Date: 1941
Creator: Ordnance Survey of England and Wales
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Projection: Cassini Grid
Scale: 1:62,500
Access: Web
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Alfred the Great's ancient capital of Saxon England, Winchester, is located in the lower left portion of the map. This is also an area of ancient monuments and historical sites, such as the Roman villa at m.r. 0644, and the traces of a Roman road. (m.r. 9963, 0064), as well as numerous tumuli and hill forts and fortifications.
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