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ADX/400: Maps and other items


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Ref: ADX/400

Reference: [GB 0212] ADX/400
Title: Maps and other items
Date(s): 1922-1967
Level: Fonds
Extent: 28 items

Scope and Content

1-14. Ministry of Transport Road Maps. 1923 series. ½ inch:1 mile

1. No.2 Carlisle
2. No.5 Lake District
3. No.6 Middlesbrough, Richmond, etc.
4. No.8 Lancaster, Southport, etc.
5. No. 9 Harrogate, Leeds, etc.
6. No.12 Liverpool, Manchester, etc.
7. No.13 Sheffield
8. No.15 Barmouth and Aberystwyth
9. No.16 Wrexham, Shrewsbury, etc.
10. No.17 Derby, Nottingham, etc.
11. No.22 Worcester and Ludlow
12. No.23 Birmingham, Leamington, etc.
13. No.28 Oxford and Swindon
14. North London, St. Albans, etc.

15-20. Ordnance Survey Maps
15. Contoured Road Map of Lampeter (popular edition, no.78). 1 inch:1 mile. 1923
16. Contoured Road Map of Carmarthen (popular edition, no.89). 1 inch:1 mile. 1923
17. Road Map of Oxford and Swindon (no.28). ½ inch:1 mile. 1927
18. “One-Inch” Map of Barmouth & Aberystwyth (popular edition, no.68). 1 inch:1 mile. 1922
19. Montgomery & Llandrindod Wells (One-Inch series, sheet 128). 1 inch:1 mile. 1966
20. Bala & Welshpool (One-Inch series, sheet 117). 1 inch:1 mile. 1967

21-23. Bartholomew’s Maps
21. Bartholomew’s Revised “Half-Inch” Contoured Maps – Kent (sheet 10). ½ inch:1 mile. 1948
22. Bartholomew’s Revised “Half-Inch” Contoured Maps – Cardigan (sheet 17). ½ inch:1 mile. n.d.
23. The Survey Plan & Guide – London, by J. Bartholomew, F.R.G.S. 1 inch:1/4 mile. n.d.

24-28. Miscellaneous
24. “Geographica” Large Scale Road Map – North Wales. 1 inch:3 miles. Produced by P.H. Thorne, F.R.G.S. n.d.
25. The Royal Automobile Club Official Map of England and Wales – Swansea (sheet 12, no cover). ½ inch:1 mile. n.d.
26. Round Walks in the Home Counties by Fieldfare of the London Evening News. n.d.
27. The Culture of Vegetables by E. Kemp Toogood. n.d.
28. Thorley’s Farmer’s Almanack and Diary for 1922. Diary has been used.

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