Index to Sheetlines 69 to 113 and CCS website

Sheetlines author index

Abbot, Victor

            Early work of OS in and near Ivybridge 111/22-28

Addiscott, Peter

            2009 AGM  85/57

Ambler, John

            Proposed and mystery tunnels 104/40-43

Anderson, Bernard

            Visit to Cheshire archives and local studies 113/2    

            Visit to Durham Records Office 112/17

            Visit to John Rylands Library Manchester 111/32

Anderson, Bernard and Stebbing, Deborah

            London area AD map – has the mystery been solved  112/21

Andrews, David

            Errors and experiences 102/17-20

            Hiding awkward things under the bed 102/29

            In defence of GPS and SatNav  79/65-66

            The meaning of the mereing 106/28-29

            Merely a question of boundaries 103/31-39, 105/34-41

            Merely clarifications 111/29-31

            More about ha-has on OS maps 96/31-32

     Not so definitive maps 108/18-21

            OS & AA 109/40-41

            Scaling the depths – a wet walk 104/2-38-29

            Some comments on ‘Interpreting the 1:2500 County Series  79/18

Andrews, David and Bishop, Paul

            Ha-has – the last laugh 97/48-49

Andrews, JH

            Ordnance Survey maps: a concise guide for historians [review]  73/54

Andrews, John

            A more puzzling trig point  69/53-54

Andrews, KS

            Bloody Old Britain [review]  83/47-49

            Covering post-war Scottish Populars  84/33-41

            Cutting the cloth – when did they do it?  75/24-25

            Grassholm Island and The Smalls  72/42-45

            A guide to the Ordnance Survey one-inch Seventh Series [review]  71/57-58

            In vino veritas tabularum  83/58

            Missing red plate – a gripping mystery  81/56-57

            New Popular one-inch maps – more on the covers  82/17-21

            One-inch New Popular map covers distinguished  76/14-28

            The Royal Geographical Society, London  72/8

            The spread of Welsh on Seventh Series one-inch maps  74/17-23

            Thumbnail sketches on one-inch map covers from 1945  78/38-42, 79/10-16, 80/47-52, 86/44-48 91/31-35

            Trig pillar building party 71/16

Andrews, KS, and Welham, PS

            The New Popular index damaged, mended and improved  87/44-9

            More New Popular printings and other discoveries 88/25-32

Andrews, KS, and Wheeler, RC

            One-inch Seventh Series maps – surveying the covers 70/11-21, 74/51

Archer, David

            - see also Wheeler, R C

            Alan Godfrey celebrates 79/55-56

            Alan Godfrey look-alikes 82/11-14

            Alan Sillitoe (1928-2010) 88/9-10

            A candidate for the source of the Popular and Fifth Edition cover design?  70/57

            Cathy Bull 85/2

            Cyril Everard 76/3

            John Dennett’s papers 79/8-9, 84/20-28

            Engraved maps 87/7-11

            Fox hunting 98/63

            It would be nice to meet and chat about maps 94/52-55

            Kerry musings  69/46-7, 70/55-6, 71/63-64, 72/56-57, 73/56-58, 74/48-50, 76/59-61, 77/70-71, 78/63-74, 79/61-63, 80/65-67, 81/54-55, 82/56-58, 83/51-53, 84/52-55, 85/51-54, 86/53-55, 87/51-53, 88/47-49, 89/54-57,  90/60-62,  91/65-70, 92/56,  93/47-50, 94/56-58, 95/55-57, 96/49-51, 97/51-53, 98/60-62, 99/59-61, 100/59-62, 101/60-62, 102/45-48,

                        103/56-59, 104/59-61, 105/62-64, 106/55-58, 107/58-60, 108/55-57, 109/62-65, 110/52-55, 111/55-57, 112/57-59, 113/49-52

            New one-inch series 72/50

            No more OS maps as we know them? 89/33-35

            Ordnance Survey of Wales 89/22

            Scotland in Roman times 107/8-11

Ascott, Kevin

            A mound’s a mound for a’ that!  81/58

Ashill, Eddie

            Visit to No 1 AIDU, RAF Northolt  84/5-7

Aucott, Paula, Fleet, Chris and Southall, Humphrey

            The GB1900 project – from the horse’s mouth 111/46-48

Baily, Brian

            Ordnance Survey data collection and mapping of tidal features  90/4-17

Barber, Martyn

            Aerial photography and the Ordnance Survey 76/6-13

Barton, John

            Bench marks 70/60-61

Batchelor, Bill

            A double trig point 69/20

            Local meeting – Redbourn 113/4

            The National Archives of Ireland 70/37-39

Biddiscombe, Brian

            Irish Railway Record Society, Dublin 73/32

            ‘Prehistory’ 73/26-27

            Trinity College Dublin’s Glucksman Map Library 70/42-43

Binns, David

            Map addict [review] 86/49

Bird, Graham

            Authentic Map Directories 72/62

            London 2012 maps 96/44

            London – a life in maps 77/4

            A mystery atlas 72/61

Bishop, Paul

            see also Andrews, David and Bishop, Paul

            see also Bishop, Paul and Munro, David

            see also Bishop, Paul and Oliver, Richard

            see also Bishop, Paul and Thomson, Gavin

            see also Mitchell, Doug and Bishop, Paul

            Gordon’s Edinodunensis 110/50

            Hiding awkward things under the bed 102/29

            The internal divisions and size of buildings 105/27-33

            Merely rivers 112/18

            The moving story of river boundaries 104/37-38

            OS Books of Reference (Area books) 109/13-22

            Over-cooking lime kilns 106/32-33

            The thickness of internal walls 108/42-44

Bishop Paul and Munro, David

            Further comment on OS mapping of limekilns in Scotland 101/42-47

Bishop, Paul and Oliver, Richard

            More about ha-has on OS maps 96/32-35, 97/48-49, 98/63

            Re-drawing of OS First Edition 1:2500 sheets for later First Edition printing 106/43-49

            Representation of ha-has on OS six-inch mapping 95/6-15

Bishop, Paul and Thomson, Gavin

            How OS depicted limekilns in Scotland’s Central Belt 98/19-31

Blake, Ronald

            Charting the aeronautical landscape 99/19-39, 101/4-28

            Airfields on maps 100/42-46

Bland, Pete

            OS national GPS network 95/5

Bleasdale, TC

            Missing red plate – a gripping mystery  81/56

Board, Christopher

            – see also Jarvis, Gerry

            Air photo mosaics  71/24-35

            Charles Close Society annual general meeting, chairman’s report  76/33-34

            Disposal of Ordnance Survey Record Map Collection  86/5

            Ground-breaking developments at Ordnance Survey  85/10-11

            Maps of Cheshire, Macclesfield  76/5

            O’Brien, CIM (obituary) 104/57-58

            On reading ‘Kerry musings  75/46

            The Ordnance Survey International Collection  74/3-4

            Uncle Joe’s view of Croydon  73/59

Board, Christopher, Jarvis, Gerry, and Davies, John

            Copenhagen    83/7-9

Brawn, David

            Discovery Walking guides 109/55-57

Broomfield, Phil

            The mystery of Gars-bheinn  73/60-62

            Southampton’s Gas Monument  76/65

            Two pillars on a reservoir  72/59

            Why two trig points?  70/58-59

Brown, Nigel

            In defence of GPS and SatNav  79/66

            Unfolding the Aldershot Command  85/55-56

Buckle, Alfred

            Working at Ordnance Survey in 1930s 106/37-40, 107/35-37

Burgess, Tony and Deadman, Derek

            Ordnance Survey and hunt maps 108/34-41

Burry, Steve and Maiden, Matt

            Ordnance Survey maps now printed by Butler, Tanner & Dennis  92/3-5

Byard, Roger

            Adding to Addington 101/29

Carnt, Roger

            Confrontation at Latterwood 99/40-41

            What the papers say  93/35

Carrol, Ray

            C roads in Kesteven 106/50-51

Cartmell, Anthony

            Response to recent OS consultation 88/6-7

            Digital mapping  87/39-43

Challis, David Milbank

            Campbell Ballantyne 1932-2010  90/3

            Engraved maps – another opinion 90/49-51

            Gill Sans typefaces leave a marked impression on OS maps 108/2-8

            The Railways of Great Britain: a historical atlas [review]  71/66-67

Chasseaud, Peter

            Military maps – the one-inch series of Great Britain and Ireland [review]  72/52-55

Chilton, Steve

-          see also Shepherd, Ifan DH & Chilton, Steve

            Ordnance Survey and OpenStreetMap  91/20-27

Clayton, Don

            Not in them thar hills!  74/52

Close, Col. CF

            Re-wiring a theodolite diaphragm  77/56

            Roman England on the map  81/40

Clutton-Brock, Oliver

            Visit to the Badley Library  74/5

Clynes, Rob

            Mapping international sporting events 96/36-37

Cole, John

            [see also A large scale contributor  93/45-46]

            1:1250 survey methods – corrections  69/54

            1:25,000 First Series, Regular Edition – further notes  69/31-34

            Air Wars  82/50-56

            Amendments to provisional list of 1:2500 bypassed plans  71/9

            Another party poser 99/55

            Boundaries and rivers 106/36

            But for the grace of God …  72/60

            Chain of events  84/29-32

            Civil War battlefields  83/39-41 88/36

            Cornish Explorers – B editions  71/15-16

            The early years of the National Grid fifty-inch map (continued)  81/36-39

            The early years of the National Grid twenty-five inch map (continued)  80/58-60

            Fool’s gold  76/61

            Following Alan to Looe  72/48-49

            Further exploration  78/44-45

            In passing  86/24

            Jenny Twigg and her daughter Tib  75/19

            Let consistency be the goal!  70/61-62

            Locations and methods: 1:1250 National Grid maps 1944-57 108/46-49

            More battles 88/36

            The National grid six-inch and 1:10,000 scales 92/29-31

            New editions, sweeps, and did the broom do its job?  85/24-26

            Not in them thar hills!  73/52

            The old Town Series: 1:500, 1:528 and 1:1056 (continued)  82/15-16

            Observations on positional accuracy improvement of 1:2500 mapping of Cornwall 110/19

            Ordnance Surveys for HM Land Registry 101/52-56

            A persistent error  87/29-30

            Popular maps, principal stations 102/30-33

            Post-war 1:2500 Provisional Edition maps of Birmingham  84/44-45

            Provisional perplexity 102/43-44

            The principal problem  69/50-52

            Regular revision  91/52-53

            Revision points revisited 98/16-17, 98/63

            Survey methods: corrections and additions  73/53

            Testing the enhancement  72/46, 74/34-35

            Tidal tales  73/24

            Touring midst the tors 89/13-15

            Uncommon boundary mereings on the OS large scale map  70/8-9

            An unusual collection  77/66-67

            Updating the update  77/57-58

            What went wrong on sheet 16? 103/45

Collier, Peter

            The military map of UK and its impact on OS 99/44, [see also 100/11-22]

Cook, Andrew S

            ‘Great Britain is a collector of islands and peninsulas  76/57-58

Cornish, Jack

            Don’t lose you way: putting historical rights of way back on the map 113/13-18

Corrie, Philippa J

            Blanket coverage?  73/24, 75/46

            Depiction of M1 on half-inch Leicester sheet 94/59

            The far-distant Oxus  69/49-50

            Missing Horse!  82/62

Cottrell, Mike

            – see also Seeley, John

            M40 Junction 4 / A404 Handy Cross Improvement Scheme  79/66

Cruickshank, JL

            German military maps of UK & Ireland of World War II  69/15-16

            ‘German-Soviet friendship’ and the Warsaw Pact mapping of Britain and Western Europe 79/23-43

            How big a map does it take to build socialism? 89/5-12

            Kaiser Bill thought he knew where you lived  77/5-20

            Keiran Wade, the man who shows the Russians the way! 92/40

            Khrushchev preferred Bartholomew’s maps  87/31-34

            Kiwi topographic maps 112/3

            More on UTM Grid system 102/22-28

            Ordnance Survey motoring atlas of GB  91/6-19

            Palestine of the Crusades  71/10-15

Surveying the administrative boundaries of Lancashire and Yorkshire after the 1841

Ordnance Survey Act 92/6-22, 93/38

Teaching OS map-reading as a foreign language 94/23-32

            The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme and the Ordnance Survey  72/9-22, 73/39-52, 78/62

            The use of Ordnance Survey data by commercial publishers – and some implications of the present situation 96/8-13

            Under every leaf: how Britain played the greater game from Afghanistan to Africa [book review] 96/42-44

            Виды из Москвы – Views from Moscow  82/37-49

Cruz, Tinho da

            Save the map! 95/5

Cubitt, Alan

            Uncle Joe’s view of Croydon  73/59-60

Dancy, John

            Object name books  75/20-23

Davidson, Jean

            Dating early Bartholomew half-inch maps  73/22

Davies, John

            – see also Board, Christopher

            Airfields on maps 100/42

            Brewer’s Britain & Ireland [review]  75/45

            Chaps on maps  82/59

            Comrade Baranow, the bouncing Czech, Penkilan Head and the World Map  78/32-33

            Disconcerting displacements  75/34

            East German mapping  80/69-70

            Epping Forest – the official map  90/46

            Exploring Explorer House 96/6-7

            Fingerprints all over it  71/50-51

            Foulshiels – birthplace of Mungo Park  80/67

            Google doesn’t always know best  84/59

            Hadrian’s Wall 89/18

            A history of 20th century in 100 maps [review] 102/49

            I’m a rambler from Manchester way 113/23-24

            The light in the middle of the tunnel 100/10

            London 2012: why not walk it? 95/16-17

            London model  74/4

            London National Park city map [review] 111/60

            London’s Transport Museum  70/6

            Mapping the new world [book review] 99/64

            Mapping the Olympic Park 98/44-45

            Mapping the roads [book review] 98/64

            Maps on the move  91/59

            Tenerife Hikers map [map review]  109/55

            The makers of the blueback charts  80/5

            Measure of Manhattan [book review] 97/56

            October weekend in Conwy  83/10-11

            On the web  86/4

            OS explore  80/61-62

            OS Greenspace 110/35-37

            Pole Hill and the meridians  74/41-42

            Puddleducks tearoom 110/38

            Railways of Kingston-upon-Thames [review] 111/60           

            ReCycled Wire 108/53

            Russian mapping of Britain – recent discoveries  77/51

            Russian maps now widely available 78/50

            Slovenia, June 2007  79/44

            Soviet military mapping study day  74/13-16

            Soviet military city plans of British Isles 89/23-24

            The Struve geodetic arc 96/30

            The tale of the Hagstrom gift-wrap  69/41-42

            Times Atlas of London [review]  92/52-53

            UKHO and AIDU 101/57

            Uncle Joe goes worldwide 75/43-44

            Uncle Joe knew where you lived  72/26-38, 73/6-20,

            Visit to Alan Godfrey Maps  76/45

            Visit to Defence Geographic Centre, Feltham  73/3-4

            Visit to FWT  84/46-47

            Visit to Isle of Man  82/8-9

            Visit to Snowflake Software  79/4-5

            What three words? A new approach to geo-location 105/26

de la Mare, Aidan

            A map in my collection [OSNI Lough Erne] 89/30-32

A picture of the land  90/29-35

Crossed lines  85/15-20

            Fudge  84/57

     Hunting with dogs and the Ordnance Survey 97/38-42

     Map collecting – the endgame  87/37-38

     Shooting towers and speed track 97/33-35

Dean, Richard

            The Dale Dyke Dam disaster 94/46-47

            Dealing with cartoholism  93/43-44

            Error and Efficiency – a cautionary tale on large-scale accuracy 101/48-50

            Manchester ship canal and early large scales revision  91/28-30

            Off the rails – again  74/33

            Ordnance Survey on the rails 106/4-11

Deadman, Derek

            see also Burgess, Tony and Deadman, Derek

            A map in my collection 112/40

            OS covers and titles 111/13-21

Delaney, Gary

     Loc8 codes – directions made easy  90/38-40

Donachie, Fraser

            Flappers and sleepers  83/55

Dunn, Stuart

            Mapping the past on the web 104/51-55

Dryburgh, Peter

            Local authority revision of OS large-scale plans 103/44

du Noyer, George Victor

            Lough Dan, County Wicklow 92/41

Eckersley, Roger

            An anomaly on the Cromford & High Peak Railway  76/63-64

Fair, Alan

            Proposed and mystery tunnels 104/40-43

            Visit to The National Archives  86/17

Ferguson, Paul

            Postcodes in Ireland 89/16-18

Fielden, Ed

            A co-ordinated approach: the County Series, the National Grid and other co-ordinate transformation stories  80/40-46

            British racing green – reincarnation of the OS ‘Quarter-inch’ Road map 107/44-45

            Cover up: recent changes to OS leisure map covers 88/33-35

            Feeling blue  87/35-36

            Latest map printings    90/44

            Observations on BT&D map printings 92/32-33

            OS efficiency review  87/50

            Scotland Tourist Map – the one that got away  82/24

            Tour goes astray  83/24-26

Fielding, David

            On reading ‘Kerry musings  75/46

Fleet, Chris

            Bartholomew’s half-inch series 89/25-29

            Historical Ordnance Survey maps of Scotland go online  83/50

            More large-scale maps online at NLS 102/34

            More OS-related mapping at NLS 104/27

            New NLS online maps 93/4-9           

            New online OS maps and related resources at NLS 112/54

            New website for OS 25-inch mapping of Scotland (1855-1882)  85/11-12

            Ordnance Survey digital data system goes live in the Legal Deposit Libraries  81/4-5

            OS six-inch maps of E&W now on NLS website 99/43

            OS County Series – NLS records listing project 98/32-33

            Recent additions to NLS online OS maps series 98/59

Fowler, John

            Asked and answered 104/39

Francis-Jones, Anthony

            Meeting and chatting 95/52

            Changing the map – a brief introduction to Definitive map modification orders 97/20-22

            Tanks on Dartmoor 104/49

            Washed out 103/52

Freeman, Michael

            Shuckburgh’s papers at National Library of Wales 110/30-34

Fry, Philip,

            No more ‘quarter inch’ ... but a great app 102/54-55

            Ordnance Survey Ireland, Phoenix Park  70/40-41

Foster, G

            The chain gang  83/35-37

Fowler, John

            What makes a good society? 101/58

Gibson, Peter

            Wirral woman shares map reading  83/56

Godfrey, Alan

            Adventures into colour  83/42-45

Greaves, Mark

            Is Britain on the move? 107/2-3

Haigh, Peter

            The day we went to Aberdeen by way of Wick  78/49

            Expectations doubly confounded  78/65

            How unusual is this cover variant?  77/73

            The Three peaks challenge [map review] 110/44-5

            A York Minster bench mark  85/39-44

            Yorkshire Dales trigpointing walks [review] 99/64

Hall, Debbie

            Discovery in the Bodleian Map Room: OS Unpopular Edition 1918-19  93/2-3

Hann, Roly

            Cyberspace or bust!  73/25

            Dealer’s diary  69/38-41, 70/28-32, 71/18-22

            Dealer’s diary – an occasional update  79/51-54

            In praise of trig points 92/59

            A map collector’s lament  74/53

            Ordnance Survey pre-war map cover design  81/48-50

            The Postbridge code – a mystery solved?  77/80

Harmer, John

            Meeting and chatting 95/54

Harold, Robert

            OS series held by National Library of Scotland 95/20-24

            Who drew Westmorland man? 96/48

Harper, Richard

            Bringing the past into the digital age  90/23-28

Hellyer, Roger

            – see also Oliver, Richard

            Albert Eaves  91/58

            Cambridge University Library Map Room reopens  82/26

            Cartographic discoveries during a week in Washington  69/5-10

            Cartographic discovery  82/10

            How and where 100/47-51

            The Lightning Cities and Road Map Company Ltd 105/7-25         

            A lost map of Salisbury Plain? 95/25-32

            Old Series, new information? 95/2

            Ordnance Survey catalogues – a proposal for a union list  80/53-58

Hellyer, Roger, and Oliver, Richard

            Blind stamp query 110/43

            Can anyone help?  80/64

Henderson, Merryn

            Framing the argument 111/58

Henry, John

            Bodleian Library, University of Oxford  83/4-6

            British Library visit 98/50-51

            CCS visit to Dublin 92/37-39

            CCS visit to Gotha 92/34-36

            CCS visits Liverpool 98/46-49

            The ups and downs of bench marks 69/35-36

            Visit to Lovell Johns  83/3

Henwood, Bill

            Airfields on maps 100/45

            Benchmarks in Bronte-land 107/29

            Rivers and their catchment basins 113/37-41

            Ruins, ridges and reservoirs 74/24-27

            An unnecessary distraction?  84/13-16

            When is a National Park not a National Park?  73/23

            Women reading maps 84/58

Herbert, Francis

            Arnhem revisited 89/38-39

            Ordnance Survey catalogues 82/59-60

            The Royal Geographical Society 73/60

Higgins, David

            Hold your (gas) fire!  70/62

Higley, Chris

            – see also Walker, Peter

            The 2008 AGM at Kingston  82/22

            … and that’s it from me!  85/64

            Coastal graffiti 76/63

            Editorial 76/1

            From Squaw Tit to Whorehouse Meadow [review]  77/69

            Historic town plans of Lincoln 1610-1920 [review]  73/65

            Living on the edge  77/59-65

            Miles Kington  81/50

            Ordnance Survey index diagrams  85/27-38, 86/25-36

            Oxbridge ramblings 88/17-24

            Pictures never lie? 93/16-19

            Reburial of the World war One dead 101/2-3

            The Red Atlas: how the Soviet Union secretly mapped the world [review] 110/58

            The Ordnance Survey Office – two Edwardian views  84/18

            The secrets of Kineton  79/19-22

            Timeline Historical Map Series, sheet 189, Ashford and Romney Marsh [review]  74/45-47

            UK civil air charts  81/13-14

            Visit to Digimap, Guernsey  86/9-12

            Who, what, which, why, where?  74/42

            Whoops!  79/76

Hill, Des

            Visit to OS Headquarters at Southampton  72/5-7

Hines, Bill

            Thomas Colby’s book collection 106/12-20

Hodson, Yo

            Cambell Ballantyne 1932-2010  90/2

            Christopher Board OBE  72/1

            The early days 100/2-4

            Maps of the Witham Fens from the thirteenth to the nineteenth century [review]  85/51

            Roger Fairclough  85/3-4

Holden, Roger N

            CD-ROM Review  80/62-64

Hollamby, Ken

            AA Touring map of Scotland 97/28-30

            The Great Map, the military survey of Scotland [review]  81/51-52

            Historic town plans of Lincoln, 1610-1920  69/3-4

            Ley hunting with Watkins 95/43-45

            Mapping of Saddleworth: volume 1, ... 1771-1894 [review]  81/51-52

            Maps of War [review]  81/51-52

            Rams and pumps 95/51

            Visit to Landmark Information Group’s Exeter Offices  79/3-4

Hooper, Lionel

            The railways of Great Britain: a historical atlas [review]  70/52-53

Horne, Mike

            An unusual surviving railway pier 100/27-32

Ivory, Michael

            Women reading maps  85/55

Janes, Andrew

            – see Jarvis, Gerry

Jaques, Peter

            Authentic Map Directories  70/62

Jarvis, Gerry

            – see also Board, Christopher

            The Badley Library  71/5

            Blanket coverage  74/52

            The British Geological Survey, Keyworth  71/4-5

            Geodetski Zavod Slovenije (GZS)  79/49

            London maps  76/44

            Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland  73/27-28

            Surveying like it used to be  75/1

            Visit to Ludlow  78/8

            Visit to RAF Duxford  74/6-8

            Wired for maps  73/4-5

Jarvis, Gerry, with Board, Christopher

            Larkhill Military Railway  71/6-9

Jarvis, Gerry and Janes, Andrew

            Visit to the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon  85/13-14

Jasieniecki, George

            Puzzle corner  83/55

Jeffery, Nick

            Geological Survey of Northern Ireland  73/29

            Public Record Office of Northern Ireland  73/31-32

            Visit to Quickmap, Luton  81/11-12

Jervis, Tony

            High Peak Junction  77/72

            Right way up?  79/64

Jewitt, Crispin

            WOOGs, WOOSies & WOMAT – the War Office archive 102/41-42

Johns, Gavin

            The use by the GWR of OS maps in preparing land plans 105/44-53

Jones, Barbara

            Struve revisited 97/23-27

Kendrick, John

            Aerial secrets  72/58-59

Kennet, Paul

            Not so secret tower 106/27

Kent, Alexander

            Expedition to Riga  76/39-44

            Geodetski Inštitut Slovenije  79/50-51

            Maps from the past 94/17-21

            Ordnance Survey and cartographic style  87/19-28, 88/11-16

            Visit to Priaulx library, Guernsey  86/11

Kimber, David

            Cannock Chase map 92/51

            The motorway achievement, volumes 1 & 2 [review]  73/55-56

            Not the M1 95/18-19

            The Willenhall Historic Map Gallery  70/10

King, John

            A central London cartographic meander 109/2-11

            City of London cartographic meander 111/2-12

            OS ‘Free maps for schools’ scheme 89/19    

            Cassini map teaching set [review] 89/5-53

            Legible London on paper 110/57

            London 2012 – more maps 97/31-32

            London stories 107/26-28

Kirby, Jack

            The future is digital?  A review of two mapping apps 102/56-62

Langdill, John

            High Peak Junction  77/72

Lee, Martin

            Off the rails – again  75/48

            The principal problem  69/50

Lilley, Keith D

            Surveying the surveyors: the landscape legacies of the Ordnance Survey 113/6-12

MacKay, James

            Not the M1 95/18

MacKenzie, Kenneth

            Whoops again!  81/58

Maiden, Matt

-see Burry, Steve

Mais, Alan K

            Spot the mistake!  85/59

Marriott, Paul

            The largest printed Ordnance Survey map ever … probably!  81/14-15

Marris, David

            Norfolk airfields  78/34-37

Marshall, Ann

            Brian Friel’s Translations and the Ordnance Survey of Ireland 1824-1846 92/42-48

Mason, Bill

            High Peak Junction  77/72

Matthews, Ron

            OS family tree – September 1951  80/68

McCarthy, Pat

            Crewe Borough Council  81/40

            Don’t ‘lose your way’109/53

            Meeting and chatting 95/53

            Nantwich – large scale plans  84/57-58

            Railways, canals and more  75/33

            Townlands and rights of way  74/52

McConnell, Mark

            OS data in A-Z Adventure atlases 96/17-19

McGrath, Karen

            Use of OS data by commercial publishers 95/3-5

McIvor, Malcolm C

            Caledonian conduits 107/30

            Wirral’s stone circles – or were they? 95/47-60, 111/66

Mellor, Michael

            Uncle Joe’s view of Croydon  73/59

Millea, Nick

            Agas to OS: Oxford’s changing townscape in old maps and new 112/51-53

            Nigel James (1953-2013) 98/43

Mills, Dennis, and Wheeler, Rob

            Interpreting the 1:2500 County Series  78/45-48

Mitchell, Doug and Bishop Paul

            Limekilns – still a burning issue 107/20-22

Mitchell, Rose

            Men of 16 Survey company 95/32

Morgan, Nina

            Ordnance Survey maps that changed the world 96/14-16

Mumford, Ian

            ‘A brief record …’  84/55-56

            Monochrome to polychrome at the Ordnance Survey in the nineteenth century  69/21-29

            Used maps  71/65

Muir, Fergus

            A more puzzling trig point  72/62

            Visit to Cambridge University Map Library  75/10

Noble, Chris

            A glimpse at the history of social policy seen through the Ordnance Survey one-inch maps  77/21-26

            Repairs to cloth maps  76/63

Nolan, Mike

            The 1943 South Downs map 110/24-25

            A map too far? Arnhem 1944  90/52-58

            American target perspective maps of second world war 105/54-58

            The BCS Historical Military Mapping Special Interest Group  73/2

            The British system & Modified British system 107/52-55

            ‘A brief record …’ and campaign situation maps  84/7-12

            Combined Ordnance Survey maps 108/22-23

            The Defence Surveyors’ Association website  84/50

            GEOREF  80/20-25   

            Grid colours on military maps 98/34-37

            The introduction of UTM grid on military maps: a sixty year retrospect 96/20-29, 98/52-53

            The haven of rest and the Imperial Geographical Service  91/54-57

            Mystery photographs 106/30-31

            Puzzle corner  75/36

            The Target-Area Designator grid  81/34-35

            The Vandyke process 93/20-25

            Wei-hai-wei (the majestic guardian of the sea)  76/52-56

O’Brien, CIM

            Brian W Adams, 1924 - 2005  75/2-4

            The World Map 1:2,500,000  79/64

O’Leary, Rodney

            George Petrie 1790-1866, the rediscovery of Ireland’s past [review]  71/60-61

            Irish Historic Towns Atlas No. 15 Derry-Londonderry [review]  77/68

            Irish historic towns atlas – latest developments 98/54-55

            The Irish Ordnance Survey (history, culture and memory) [review]  71/58

            Maps and map-making in local history [review]  71/59

            The Royal Irish Academy  70/41-42

            Surveying Ireland’s past [review]  71/59-60

O’Loughlin, Thomas

            The Auto-Mapic map of Great Britain 104/30-34

            A brief record of the advance of the Egyptian Expeditionary Force  83/12-23

            Petermann’s Planet volume I [review] 112/61

            Petermann’s Planet volume II [review] 113/55

            Re-inventing the romer 111/50-54

            Das Geheimnis des Karten-Wunders, Schwerte [review] 111/59

Oliver, Richard

            – see also Bishop, Paul

            – see also Hellyer, Roger

            – see also Thornber, Iain

            A, B, C and M: road numbers revealed [review]  81/53

            Accountancy and opacity: another Select Committee and the Ordnance Survey  81/6-7

            The archives of the Valuation of Ireland 1830-1865 [review] 113/56-58

            Asked and answered 104/39, 105/59-61

            The Baker Committee of 1892 100/11-22

            Bench-marks on postcards  74/39-40

            British map engravers [review] 92/52-53

            Bus stations on early one-inch Seventh series sheets 105/43

            The Cassini Old Series and Past and Present issues  78/51-56

            The Concise guide – a concise history 97/10-12

            The consumption of Ordnance Survey maps by Government departments in 1884  82/28-36

            The consultation of the future of Ordnance Survey  87/4-6, 88/3-5

            Cycle and Leisure Map Cornwall, Cycle and Leisure Map Devon [review] 74/45

            The earliest Bender? 94/49, 96/54

            ‘Edition codes’ and identifications on Ordnance Survey maps  83/27-34

            A few new maps 78/61-62

            A few notes on map lettering 95/33-42

            Filling the gap: a short place-name excursion 94/33-45

            Great instrument station 99/42

            Grid colours 99/56-58

            Hiding awkward things under the bed 102/29

            Intelligence revealed: maps, plans and views at Horse Guards and the War Office [review] 93/5-54

            Is there an optimum size for topographic maps? 109/42-52

            John Beer (1930-2010) 89/3-4

            The landscape of London [review] 88/50-51

            Last year’s wine in new bottles 103/2

            The later Ordnance Survey half-inch maps; some points of detail 92/23-28

            London area AD: a mystery map 102/36-40

            Lord Salisbury and disagreeable countries  83/54

            MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and Killarney [review] 102/50-53

            Map of a nation [review] 89/40-50

            Mapping the windmill – CCS latest book 96/4-5

            Maps in those days [review]  91/60-61

            More 1:100,000 sheet lines  74/36-39

            The Ordnance Survey Act, tidelines and the growth of a myth  91/36-51

            The Ordnance Survey and Modern Irish literature [review] 107/61

            The Ordnance Survey’s earlier years: a new history 99/2-4

            OS mapping from AA and AZ  94/19-15

            Paul Baker: not quite as expected…  71/40-49

            Photo-zincography and helio-zincography 90/41-44

            Primary trigs in Wales [book review] 96/52-53

            Reproduction and influence: two recent publications 105/42

            Scotland: mapping the nation [book review] 95/58-59

            The ‘shading’ of buildings on the 1:2500/1893-1912: its ‘meaning’  83/37-38

            Sheet lines, sizes and style: a Scottish problem solved?  81/16-29

            The sheet sizes and Delamere sheet lines of the one-inch Old Series  77/27-51

            Sheetlines and the Society’s website  82/61

            A survey party pose(r)  75/26-27

            Ticking the boxes? Sustrans cycle-touring mapping 104/19-26

            Two interesting maps for OS225 107/4-7

            Underground features on later 19th century OS six-inch mapping 113/19-21

            Unfair competition or an overstocked market? 102/3-4

            Unfinished business: the lost Ordnance Survey two-inch mapping of Scotland, 1819-1828 and 1852  78/9-31, 79/67

            The ‘Withycombe’ style 96/38-51

            What they had for lunch in 1956 106/52-53

            Why the Ordnance Survey needs its history  80/6-13

            Writing notes for the Godfrey Edition  93/26-35

Oliver, Richard, and Hellyer, Roger

            The one-inch Old Series: more discoveries – yet more questions  80/26-39

Owen, Elaine

            Revision Points and Timepix 109/58-61

Parker, Mike

            The hills are stuffed with OS lawyers 89/36-37

            The nine lives of John Ogilby [review] 108/50-51

            Old series to Explorer [review]  91/62-64

Parsons, David J

            The Charles Close Society publications policy  75/31-32

            OS 60 inch to 1 mile town plans of Manchester & Salford 1844-49 [CD review]  71/61-62

Paterson, Walter

            LAM-fold maps  74/53

            Size matters  69/48

            What’s in a name?  84/58

Pendray, Keith

            The principal problem  69/50

Perkins, Chris

            Cultures of everyday map collecting  76/29-32

            One-inch engraved maps of Ordnance Survey from 1847 [review]  86/50

Perry, Bill

            OGS Crawford’s annotated maps, 107/23-25

Porter, Richard T

            DOS /OSD series numbers  84/42-43

            H E M Newman  78/65

            Hall and Yolland – original correspondence  83/56

            Mapping river basins 112/42

            ‘New one-inch series’ and parish boundaries  73/21

            Not in them thar hills!  75/47

            An Ordnance Survey art society and its members  85/45-50

            An Ordnance Survey staff association  85/58

            Our Society  73/62

            Poetic licence  72/49

            A rubber stamp in the Ordnance Survey, 1877  84/59

            A survey party pose(r)  78/43

            Surveyor’s name on an OS map 88/41-43

            Theodolite diaphragms  80/70

            William Driscoll Gosset   82/63

Prest, Frank

            The Badley Library, Royal School of Artillery, Larkhill  70/4-5

            The Surveying and Mapping Authority of Slovenia  79/46-47

Purchase, David

            Exploring missing territory  71/67

            Size matters  69/48-49

Quinn, Brian

            Cassini Publishing Ltd  82/22-24

Richardson, Michael

Map art on Irish covers and other material 91/2-5

Mapping of caves in Co Clare, Ireland 112/46-50

Risby, Jon

            New maps  69/57-60, 70/63-68, 71/68-72, 72/63-68, 73/63-68, 74/54-60, 75/48-56, 76/68-72, 77/74-80, 78/67-72, 79/70-75, 80/71-76, 81/59-69, 82/64-68, 83/59-64, 84/60-64, 85/60-64, 86/56-59

            The Trafalgar Way [map review]  72/51-52

Robertson, Andrew

            Puzzle corner  83/55

            Surrey Ordnance Survey historical maps  [review]  91/62

Rowe, Langdon

            But for the grace of God…!  70/44-45

            Cannibalism and unsavoury additives!  72/25

Rowley, Rev. EP

            Internet access and e-mail  85/58

Samson, Tom

            Ordnance Survey air maps and air traffic control  71/38-40

Sargent, Eric

            Ley-lines from paper maps 103/40-43

Saunders, WN

            Wynnstay Hall and the School of Military Survey 106/21-23

Savage, Shelly

An anthropologist investigates the wives of the surveyors of Directorate of Overseas Surveys 98/57-58

Seeley, John

            Charles Close Society weekend at Harmston  75/11-13

            Defence College of Intelligence, Royal School of Military Survey  82/4-7

            Defence Surveyors’ Association annual seminar 2011  93/39-40

            Queen’s University Belfast  73/30-31

Seeley, John, and Cottrell, Mike

            Visit to Ordnance Survey  78/5-7

Shannon, Bob

            My great, great grandfather was a leveller and contourer 88/37-41

Shaw, Matthew

            Historical map series online 109/37-39

Shearer, John

            Stanley Cursiter and his contribution to mapping 93/10-15

Shepherd, DH & Chilton, Steve

            Where have all the (Martello) Towers gone 103/7-30

Shirreffs, Bill

            The Antonine Wall [map review]  83/47

            Walks around Grantown-on-Spey [map review] 79/63

Shirt, David

            A helping of Roseberry Topping  81/8-9

            On the road with Enwall  86/18-22

Smith, JR

            Struve revisited 97/23-27

Sowan, Paul W

            Revision points revisited 98/18

Spencer, Michael

            Bing Maps and Ordnance Survey 110/28-29

            Local meeting – Wall, Staffs 113/4

            The GB 1900 project 110/48-9

            Mere questions 110/14-17

            Rivers and their catchment basins 113/37-38

Spencer-Smith, Geoffrey

            Revision points revisited 98/18

Steele, Graham

            National and University Library [of Slovenia]  79/48-49

Stevens, Tim

            OS maps and motor sport 101/50-52

Stubbs, Peter

            OS Custom Made 110/18

            Why the Blue Ensign? 46/48

Sutherland, Ann

            Dating maps  74/51

Swarbrick, Tony

            Seaplanes on Mersey 101/30

Swindell, Paul

            Foulshiels – birthplace of Mungo Park  79/69

            Northumberlandia, the lade of the north 99/18

Taylor, Anne

            CCS archives catalogue on Janus 94/4-9

            The mystery traveller 99/54

            News from the Archives 98/3-4

            Visit to the National Library of Latvia in central Riga  76/39

Taylor, Kate

            UK Hydrographic Office, Taunton  70/7-8

Taylor, Roger

            Not in them thar hills!  75/48

Thornber, Iain and Oliver, Richard

            Colby’s camps 90/18-22

Tinker, Dot

            Somerset mapped [review] 107/62-63

Turner, Andrew

            A line-side fire?  83/58

Upfield, Mick

            Survey of Bicester Pioneer Square 107/13-19

Waight, E C

            Archaeological field investigation  69/53

            The Tale of King Orry and the Ordnance Survey  83/53-54

Walthall, Peter

            Bartholomew 1:100,000 maps  81/57

Walker, David L

            see also Walker David L and Webb, Adrian

            Balta Sound and the figure of the earth 99/5-17

            James Gardner – surveyor, computer, publisher,... 101/31-38

            Ox Rock missing from OS maps for 100 years 110/26-27

            The initial triangulation of Scotland from 1809 until 1822 98/5-15

            Scotland: mapping the islands [review] 108/52

            Struve revisited 97/23-27

            The troubled progress of the Scottish triangulation 1823-1858 104/5-18

            A view of the Grampians observed in 1818 published 1820 100/23-26

            Use of OS for planning rural sewage 107/32-34

Walker David L and Webb, Adrian

            Some collaboration between OS and Hydrographic office in 19th Century 102/5-16

Walker, Peter and Higley, Chris

            Visit to Cambridge University Library 97/5-7

Warburton, Peter

            Creag Doire nan Nathrach et al  79/57-60

            A guide to the Ordnance Survey one-inch Third Edition maps, in colour [review]  70/53-54

            Leith Hill  70/57-58

            A map in my collection [Scotland from Keith Johnson’s Royal Atlas] 78/57-60

            Nor any drop to drink 100/37-39

            Off the map  70/22-26

            Please Sir, I swapped it  69/45

            Reservoir Dogs  75/28-30

            Up the airy mountain – a gallimaufry  86/39-43

            A Viking saga  72/39-41

            Wirral woman shares map reading 83/56

Watson, Lez

            Landranger covers 72/62

            OS 1:50,000 (Landranger) map cover designs 108/9-17

Watt, David

            Ann Sutherland: an unforgettable map curator [obituary] 113/53-54

            Response to recent OS consultation 88/6

            Soviet military mapping  74/9-12

            Visit to Jāņa sēta map shop and publishing house in central Riga  76/40

Webb, Adrian

            see Walker David L and Webb, Adrian

Webster, Diana

            OS mapping of SW Scotland circa 1820  79/67-68

Wheeler, RC

            - see also Andrews, K S, and Mills, Dennis

            Airfields on maps 100/46

            Arnhem 1944 – were the maps good enough?  87/11-18 

            ARP revision, 1938 100/33-36

            A Bavarian comparison 110/39-42, 111/49

            Black work at Counter Drain  90/48

            Bogus Bognor; the early states of the 1:25,000 Provisional Edition  86/13-17

            Buying an Ordnance Map, 1825  69/36-37

            Charter Bounds on the 1:25,000 Provisional Edition  85/21-23

            Coloured urban roads on the one-inch Third Edition  71/22-23

            Committee news 86/2

            Constructing the M1  93/36-37

            Contour accuracy 100/40-41

            Dealing with awkward extrusions 98/56

            Defence Intelligence and the Cold War [review] 106/54

            Depiction of RAF stations on the Provisional (NG) six-inch 97/46-47

            A different Medway crossing  87/49

            Difficulties with Land-Line data  69/29-30

            The finest index map in the world? 95/46

            The first waterproof OS map? 106/34-35

            For an up-to-date map - go to Stanfords 107/56-57

            Foulshiels – birthplace of Mungo Park 80/67

            The French ‘Type 1922’ series  75/13-18

            Further observations on the map of East Anglia 106/25-26

            How Bartholomew gained and lost a customer  90/36-37

            Internal divisions in buildings 103/54-55

            Irish 3D town models 92/49-50

            Is Folkestone on the road to Killarney?  79/16-17

            A Kesteven road atlas, 104/35-36

            A map too far? Arnhem 1944  90/59

            Marbled paper 113/34-36

            Masked balls 98/38-41

            Modern history on OS maps 101/39-41

            The National Grid Provisional six-inch in Cambridgeshire 103/47-51

            The New Forest Tourist map of 1966 107/46-50

            New Series to Popular: European parallels 109/23-36

            Not the M1 95/19

            Observations on Maps from the past 5 100/53-58

            On ‘Interpreting the 1:2500 County Series’ 80/69

            Ordnance Survey forgets about roads 102/21

            Ordnance Survey public consultation 72/3

            The Pictish Symbol Stones of Scotland [review] 84/51

            Picturing Britain: Paul Sandby [exhibition review] 86/23

            Plagiarism with large-scale maps  81/30-33

            Popular revision: lessons from Leicester  71/52-56

            Postscript to Aberystwyth  69/11-14

            Proposed and mystery tunnels 104/40-43

            Pumps and wells at 1:2500 94/50-51

            Representation of railway track layouts on County Series 112/31

            Roy’s map of Minden 1759 111/38-45

            The shadow of the land-surveyor 81/43-47

            Shap meeting, 23-24 October 2004 72/4-5

            Sir Henry James’ Domesday Book 113/42-47

            The six-inch survey of Lancashire and Yorkshire and railway revision 113/25-33

            The Special Emergency Edition (SEE) 110/3-13

            The Special Emergency Edition in Lincolnshire 108/24-31

            A special plan of Ryde 107/39-43

            Stanford’s Hunting Populars 106/41-42

            Tactical societies 82/60

            The Times Mapping the railways [book review] 96/46-47

            The transformation of the Ordnance Survey under Colby  76/46-51

            The treatment of works projected or in progress  72/47-48

            The use of one-inch maps by a railway promoter  70/26-27

            Towards a virtual museum of the geographic production process 97/3-4

            What is a place?  74/28-32

            William Mudge and the General map of England 97/13-19

Wheeler, RC and Archer, David

            Timothy Robin Nicholson [obituary]  85/5-8

Welham, PS

- see Andrews, K S, and Welham, P S

Wilkes, Margaret

            25th anniversary of the Charles Close Society 75/7-9

            Alan Godfrey MBE  87/2

Williams, Julian

            Tales from an overseas member 76/66-67

Willis, Peter

            Terry Keegan [obituary] 95/60

Wilson, Graham

            Sheet 33 for me! 97/36-37

Winterbottom, John

            The GeoInformation Group  81/10-11

Wolstenholme, Mark

            Rebranding OS – a view from Cartography Production 105/2-6

Woolven, Robin

            The London County Council’s bomb damage maps 1939-1945  75/38-43

Zierler, Gerry

            Charles Close Society Scotland Tour  79/6-7

            From the chairman 95/1

            Great map for a Great Park 89/20-22

            A new Guernsey official map  93/4-42

            London area AD: a mystery map 102/36-40

            Not such a Scilly map? 88/44-46

            Stanfords print-on-demand maps of London railways  90/45

            Visit to Map Department Cambridge University Library  86/7-8

            Visit to the Latvian Geospatial Information Agency (LGIA)  76/41

            World War One and the Luck family maps  100/5-8

                                                                         

Unattributed


2005 Annual General Meeting 73/35

2014 Annual General Meeting 100/9

An Ulster pilgrimage 104/2-3

Answer corner: World Heritage sites 80/70

Argleton – the town that never was 86/52

Authentic Map Directories 69/43

Blue period 92/33

Brian Irwin 76/4

Bridges patent mounting 98/56

British Cartographic Society 70/4

Buying maps in 1945 88/10

Cagoules, beer and free maps 104/50

CCS Archives 78/2, 85/9, 85/54

CCS expedition to Belfast, 2005  73/26

CCS expedition to Dublin, 2004  70/37

CCS2, City of York – 1920  84/3

CCS visits to Chelmsford, St Albans,            Keyworth, York 103/3-6

CCS website 101/64

Channel Islands maps  86/12

Colby’s grave 98/42

Colonel Michael Cobb, PhD  83/50

Common Ground 110/51

Congratulations 71/2

Copying of OS paper maps by librarians 78/3

Danger, unexploded maps 103/64

Dating maps 102/44

Easy peasy 101/59

Edinburgh event, Sept 2009  86/6

Engineering the Olympic park 89/4

Everyman’s right 110/51

Explanatory memorandum 112/39

Explorer Map – Active 75/5

Explorers: least, most and right all along 113/48

Exploring missing territory 72/3

Fashion page 96/45

Ferry good effort 113/62-67

Great Lines project 112/60

Half-inch cartobibliography 873

The Henry Johns award 78/4

I do like to be beside the seaside 108/54

Important new listings on CCS website 88/7

In memory of Brian Adams 85/8

Irish postcodes 98/53

Isle of Blue? 89/12

Jenaestuarium 95/32

John Bartholomew 1923-2008  81/3

J S Broadhurst and G Foster 78/4

The Keyworth files 74/44, 81/41

A large scale contributor [John Cole] 93/45-6

Lt. Col. A J Ayers 79/42

London Cycle Guides 80/3

London’s transport maps 106/59

Lost in translation 90/51

Manchester mystery ship 107/51

Maps of the Witham Fens 80/4

Medieval views of the cosmos 70/4

More maps to view and download 78/4

Mumford. Ian [obituary] 103/60

Neville Hausaman 75/2

NLS and RCAHMW websites 71/3

Notes for authors 69/55

Open data and mashups 88/24

Ordnance Survey Act of 1841 70/46

Ordnance Survey moves ahead 79/2

The Ordnance Survey Office in 1860 84/17

Ordnance Survey plans new head office 75/5

OS cover misprint 86/8

Peter Walthall   82/2

Prize quiz 104/4

Professor R J P Kain 73/1

Projections and origins 75/4

Return to Larkhill 72/23

Rowley award 2018 112/60

Sheetlines archive now on website 96/3

Society website 101/64

Stop Press/Stop Presses 86/60

Surveying in Swindon 1953 97/44-45

Surveying like it used to be 77/52

Taking the Nickey 105/68

Tiffin goes to Chessington 100/52

Thank you Chris Board ...and welcome Gerry Zierler 94/2

Tidal bounce  71/3

Top 5/Bottom 5  86/38

Toponymy on the move  86/12

Tony Baggs 76/2

Tunnel vision ? 103/53

Ulster pilgrimage 104/2-3

Updated website for the Society 84/3

A vision of the future 81/4

Water, water, every .. where? 103/64

We’ve got it covered 110/56


 


Sheetlines subject index

Reviews are indexed by book title with initial ‘A’ or ‘The’ ignored.


1:500, 1:528, 1:1056 plans  82/15-16

1:1056 plans of London  98/59

1:1056 plans of Manchester  71/61‑62

1:1250 plans  69/54, 73/53, 77/57, 77/66, 85/24-26 102/34, 103/44, 108/46-49

1:2500 plans  71/9, 72/46, 73/53, 74/34-35, 77/58, 78/45-48, 79/18, 80/58-60, 80/69, 81/36-39, 82/50-56,      84/44-45, 85/24-26, 94/50, 98/32-33 102/34, 103/44,  103/54-55, 105/27-33, 106/43-49, 107/39-43, 110/19, 112/31

      -     bomb damage maps  75/38-43

      -     re-drawing 106/43-49

      -     of Scotland  85/11-12 102/34

      -     shading of buildings  83/37-38, 105/27-33

1:10,000 plans 92/29-31

1;10,560 (six-inch) plans 92/29-31, 94/46-47, 95/6-15, 97/46-47, 98/4, 98/19-31, 98/32-33, 99/43, 100/27-32, 103/47-51, 103/54-55, 112/31

1:25,000 / Explorers  71/15‑16, 72/3, 75/5, 78/44-45, 103/2, 105/2-6

      -     First Series, Regular Edition  69/31‑34

      -     Outdoor Leisure 103/2

      -     Provisional Edition  85/21-23,

                 100/40-41, 102/43-44

      -     Provisional Edition, early states  86/13

1:25,344 (two-and-a-half-inch) 95/34

1:50,000 / Landrangers

      -     covers 72/62, 103/61, 108/9-17

      -     European  72/4

      -     First Series, ‘bar’ reprints  74/24‑27

      -     French  75/11-18

      -     index 95/46

      -     Ireland 95/38, 103/45-46

      -     Latvian  76/42

      -     Northern Ireland 95/38

      -     redesign  105/2-6

      -     Timeline historical  74/45-47

1:63,360 (one-inch)

      -     Aldershot Command  85/55-56

      -     First edition, Scotland 95/32

      -     Fifth Edition  85/15-20, 85/34, 99/26-27

      -     Fifth (Relief) Edition  72/50‑51, 73/21

      -     Fourth Edition  85/29, 99/19-39

      -     GSGS 3907  71/40, 85/35-36

      -     Ireland  69/6‑10

      -     London Passenger Transport Map  80/3

      -     New Popular Edition  76/14, 78/38, 79/10, 82/17-21, 85/15-20, 85/37, 87/44, 99/19-39

      -     New Series  69/5, 69/45, 79/16,

                 81/25-28, 85/29-30, 98/59

      -     Old Series  74/33, 74/44-47, 75/48, 77/27, 78/51, 80/26-39, 81/16, 84/52-55, 85/28

            - cartobibliography see website index    

     -      Popular Edition  71/40, 71/52 , 85/33, 99/19-39, 102/30-33

            -    Scotland  81/56-57, 84/33-41, 99/19-39

      -     Seventh Series  85/38, 105/43

            -    cloth  75/24

            -    covers  70/11-21, 74/51, 80/47

            -    Scottish revision  75/28-30

            -    use of Welsh  74/17

      -     Third Edition  70/53‑54, 71/22, 77/73, 79/16, 85/29, 85/31-32, 99/19-39

                -       Scotland  80/64, 82/2

      -     Tourist map of New Forest 107/46-50

1:100,000 cycle mapping  74/45, 80/9

      -     theoretical  74/36

1:126,720 (half‑inch) Bartholomew  73/22, 74/51

1:126,720 (half‑inch) Ordnance Survey 92/23-28 95/18-19

      -     cartobibliography see website index

1:250,000 / 1:253,440 (quarter-inch) 95/35, 102/54, 103/61, 107/39-43

1:600,000 Scotland Tourist Map  82/24, 83/24-26

1:625,000 / 1:633,600 planning maps 93/4-9

1:1,000,000 International Map of the World  72/15, 72/27

10 miles to 1-inch Rivers and their catchment areas 112/42

16 Survey company 95/32

1943 South Downs map 110/24-25

A, B, C and M: road numbers revealed [review]  81/53

AA Close‑up Britain road atlas [review]  78/61‑62

AA mapping  94/10-16, 95/4, 97/28-30, 109/40-41

Aberystwyth University library 106/12-20

Access land  70/68, 73/37, 81/47

ACI - see Army Council Instructions

Act of Parliament,

      -     Copyright Designs and Patents  78/3

      -     CRoW  70/68, 73/37

      -     Ordnance Survey  70/46‑51

Accuracy 101/48-50, 102/17-20

Adams, Brian W  75/2, 76/33-34, 77/27, 77/31-33, 85/8, 94/6

Addington 100/45, 101/29

Aerial survey  73/28, 73/33, 76/6-13, 81/10‑11, 82/50-56

Aerodromes, depiction on maps 99/19-39, 100/42-46

Aesthetic appreciation  90/29-35

AD map 102/36-40, 112/21-30

Agas, Ralph 112/51-53

AGM 2014  100/9

AIDU 84/5-7, 101/57

Air defences map 102/36-40, 112/21-30

Air ministry works dept see AMWD

Air photo mosaics  71/24, 72/58‑59

Air traffic control  71/38‑40, 81/13-14, 84/5-7

Airfields, depiction on maps 99/19-39, 100/42-46, 101/4-28, 101/29, 101/30

Airfields, Norfolk  78/34‑37

Airports, depiction on maps 99/19-39, 100/42-46, 101/4-28

Airy, Prof George 99/16

Alan Godfrey Maps  - see Godfrey Edition

Alan Godfrey MBE  87/2

Aldershot Command map  85/55-56

Amesbury map 95/30-31

AMWD 97/46-47

Andrews, David  77/52‑55

Andrews, J H  91/60, 94/8

Annotation on maps  74/48-50, 107/23-25

Annual General Meetings  70/2‑3, 73/35-38, 76/33-34, 79/1-2, 82/22, 85/57, 100/9

Antonine Wall [review]  83/46-47

Anquet digital maps  87/40

Apps  91/59, 102/54-55, 102/56-62

Archaeological investigation  69/53, 72/5, 81/58, 83/47-49

Archaeological maps 95/25-31, 104/51-55, 107/23-25

Archer, David, sales catalogues  94/8

Archives, British Library 102/41-42

Archives, CCS  77/4, 78/2, 79/2, 85/9, 85/54, 85/57, 94/4-9, 98/3-4, see also website index

Archive, MOD (also DMO) 102/42

Archive, Sheetlines, on CCS website 96/3, see also website index

Archive, War Office 102/41

Archives of the Valuation of Ireland 1830-1865 [review] 113/56-57

Arden-Close, Col Sir Charles see website index

Area books 109/13-22, 112/55

Argleton  86/52

Arms, Royal  70/13‑15, 76/18

Army Council Instructions 96/20-29, 98/52-53

Arnhem 1944  87/11, 89/38-39, 90/52-59

Arrowe Park 95/49-50

ARP revision 1938  100/33-36

Art society, OS  85/45-50

Artillery, Royal School of, Badley Library  70/4‑5, 70/33, 71/5, 71/37, 74/5

Astigan 102/3-4

Asylums  77/21‑26

Atlas, mystery  72/61

Attingham, ha-ha 95/13-14

Authentic Map Directories  69/43‑45, 70/62, 72/62

Authors, notes for  69/55

‘Auto-mapic’ map of GB 104/30-34, 105/65-66

Aviation history 99/19-39, 101/4-28, 101/29 101/30

Aviation maps  71/38‑40, 81/13-14, 84/5-7, 95/36

Ayers, Lt. Col. AJ  79/42

AZ mapping 94/10, 95/4, 96/17-19, 102/44, 104/63

 

Badley Library  70/4‑5, 70/33, 71/5, 71/37, 74/5

Bagshot Heath 81/44-47

Baggs, Tony  76/2-3

Baker committee  99/44-53, 100/11-22

Baker, Paul  71/40

Ball, Begg’s 77/55, 78/5

Ballantyne, Campbell (obit) 90/2

Balloons  76/6-13, 102/36-40

Balta Sound 99/5-17

Barber, Peter 94/60

‘Bar’ reprints, 1:50,000  74/24-27

Bartholomew, John Christopher  81/3

Bartholomew, John & Son  79/7, 79/76

      -     1:1,000,000 road map  74/30-32

      -     half‑inch maps  73/22, 74/51,             89/54-57, 89/25-29, 90/36, 98/56,      100/42, 102/44, 103/53

      -     UK maps  73/24, 74/52, 75/46, 79/76, 82/14, 94/37,  95/35, 103/53, 105/7-25

Barton, Capt. Dick  82/6

Battle sites 88/36

Bavarian maps 110/39-42, 111/49

Beaufort, Captain 102/5-16

Beaver, William 96/42-44

Bed linen, maps on  73/24, 74/52, 75/46

Beer, John (1930-2010) 89/3

Begg’s ball 77/55, 78/5

Belfast, CCS expedition to  73/26‑34, 104/2-3

      -     Geological Survey  73/29

      -     OSNI  73/27‑28, 73/33, 104,2

      -     PRONI  73/31‑32, 73/34, 104/2-3

      -     Queen’s University  73/30‑31, 73/33

Belhelvie base line 104/5-18

Ben Cleugh  100/23-26

Ben Hutig   98/12-13  

Bench marks  69/35‑36, 70/60‑61, 74/39, 85/39-44, 103/4, 107/29

Bender fold  94/49, 96/54

Besant, Pamela  93/10

Bibliography see website index

Bicester 107/13-19

Biddulph 105/42

Bignell, Bill 96/4

Bilby tower  70/58‑59

Bing Maps and Ordnance Survey 110/28-29

Biot, Jean-Baptiste 99/5-17

Birmingham, maps of  84/44-45

Birthplaces, shown on maps  79/69, 80/67

Black Country  83/11

Blackpool, invasion of  73/6

Blank maps  80/38-39

Blind stamp 110/43

Blocks, building  84/5

Bloggoscope   82/56, 93/15

Blogg tiltfinder  93/15

Bloody Old Britain [review]  83/47-49

Blue ensign 94/48

Blue period 92/33

Blueback charts  80/5

Board, Dr Christopher  71/2, 72/1 94/2, 100/9

Bodleian Library  83/4-6, 90/23-28, 93/2

Bodleian Library book storage facility 93/2-3, 100/51

Bogus Bognor  86/13

Bomb damage maps, LCC  75/38-43

Books of Reference 109/13-22, 112/55

Borders 102/29, 112/18

Boud, Roy  94/60

Boulter’s Lock 94/48

Boundaries, administrative  73/21, 80/11-13 92/6-22, 93/38, 102/29, 103/62, 104/37-38, 106/36

      -     charter  85/21-23

      -     garden  81/44-47

      -     property 103/31-39, 105/34-41

      -     international 112/18-20

      -     riverine 112/18-20

Boundary mereing 103/31-39, 105/34-41, 110/14-17, 112/63

Boundary mereings, uncommon  70/8‑9

Boundary, New Forest  73/23

Bramah press  88/54

Brewer’s Britain & Ireland [review]  75/45

Bricmics 95/5

Bridges patent mounting 98/58

Brief record of … the Egyptian Expeditionary Force  83/12-23, 84/7-12, 84/55-56

Briefing models  74/6-8

Bringing the past into the digital age  90/23-28

British Association topographical map …  72/24

British Cartographic Society  73/2, 77/2, 78/4

British Geological Survey, Keyworth  71/4‑5, 71/36, 74/44, 81/41, 103/5

British grid systems 98/34-37, 107/52-55

British Library  75/7-8, 98/50-51, 102/41

British map engravers [review] 92/52

British Rail system map  79/19

British system 107/52-55

British Town Maps [review] 105/66

Broadhurst, J S  78/4

Brocklesby, ha-ha, 95/13-14

Bromborough 100/42, 101/30

Bronte land 107/29

Brown, Archibald Frederick 94/6

Browne, John Paddy  74/48-50, 75/46

Brownsea Island  84/58

Bryant (1828 map) 94/37ff

BT Tower 106/27

Budgen, Charles  76/47-51

Buildings, shading of  83/37-38

Bull, Cathy and Chris  76/2, 76/33, 85/2-3

Bull Sand fort  94/42ff

Buness 99/5-17

Burnham-on-Sea  100/27-32

Bus stations, depiction on maps, 103/63, 105/43

Bus stop, mystery 83/55, 84/49

Butler, Tanner & Dennis  90/44, 92/3-5, 92/32, 107/38

C roads, 106/50-51

Caledonian Railway 107/30   

Calendar girls 82/3

Cally House 95/6ff

Cambridge, military map of  100/53-58

Cambridge, Soviet map of 74/16

Cambridge University Library 75/10, 76/34, 82/27, 85/3-4, 85/9

Cambridge University Library, visit to 86/7 97/5-7

Cambridgeshire 103/47-51

Campbell Ballantyne [obit] 90/2

Canary Islands 75/48

Cancelled maps 112/40-41, 112/63

Cannock Chase map 92/51

Cape Colony 72/4

Carshalton 93/33-35

Cartobibliographies see website index

Cartographic design principles (OS) 98/44-45

Cartographic materials, electronic 73/4‑5

Cartographic meander 109/2, 110/46, 111/2-12

Cartographic style  87/19, 88/11

Cartographics, sales catalogues  94/8

Cartoholism 93/43

Caslon 95/36ff

Cassini maps  78/51, 80/4, 82/22-24, 89/50-53

Cassini projection  72/42, 80/42

Catalogues, map sellers’ 85/51-54

      -     Ordnance Survey 80/53-58, 82/59-60

Catchment basins 112/42, 113/37-38

Caves, mapping of 112/46-50, 113/19-21

Ceiriog valley 100/27-32

Celtic earthworks 95/25-31

Centre of UK 110/38, 111/66

Chain survey 83/35-37, 84/29-32

Channel Islands maps 86/12

Changing the map 97/20-22

Charlbury (misprint on map) 100/58

Charles Close Society,  see also website index

      -     25th anniversary  74/2, 75/7-9

      -     archives  77/4, 78/2, 79/2, 85/9, 85/54, 85/57, 94/4-9, 98/3-4

      -     as collectors  76/29-32

      -     constitution see website index

      -     chairman  94/2

      -     objects 73/62

      -     publications policy 75/31-32, see                               website index

      -     reproduction maps  95/18-19

      -     visits 110/46-7, 111/32

      -     website 83/2, 84/3, 96/3, 101/64, 106/51

Charter bounds  85/21-23

Charting the aeronautical landscape 99/19-39

Charts, blueback 80/5

Charts, air 81/13-14

Chasseaud, Dr Peter 71/3

Cheam ha-ha 95/13

Cheshire, maps of 76/5, 113/2-3

Chilterns tourist map 81/49

China, surveying in 76/52-58

Churches, depiction of 80/15-16

Civil Aviation Authority 81/13-14

Civil Engineers, Institution of (ICE) 89/4, 98/44-45

Civil War  83/39-41, 88/36

Clare, County 112/46-50

Clark, Peter 77/2, 94/8

Clarke, Alexander 85/39-41, 104/5-18

Cleaning maps 70/55‑56

Close, Albert 102/63

Close, Col. Sir Charles 76/6, 76/12, 77/56, 81/40, 85/23, 85/41

Cloth mounting, discontinuation  75/24

Clothing, maps reproduced on 69/42, 73/4

Coastal defences 103/7-30

Coastlines  90/4-17, 101/56, 102/5-16

Coat, high visibility 78/49

Cobb, Col. Michael 70/52‑53, 71/66‑67, 72/55, 83/50

Colby, Maj.-Gen. Thomas  76/46, 77/46‑49, 78/11‑30, 79/68, 81/30, 90/4-17,

            98/5-15, 98/42, 98/46-49, 99/5-17, 100/23-26, 102/5-16, 104/2-3, 104/5-18, 106/12-20

Colby’s camps  90/4-17, 113/6-12

Cole, John 93/45-46

Coleby Grange (RAF) 97/46-47

Collecting maps  76/29-32, 77/66‑67, 80/65‑67, 81/54-55, 101/60-62

Colour, introduction of  69/21‑29

Colours, choice of  80/10-11

Combined OS maps 108/22-23

Commercial publishers (use of OS data by) 95/3-5, 96/8-13, 96/17-19, 102/3-4

Commonwealth War Graves commission 101/2-3

Common ground 110/51

Concise guide, the (CCS publication) 97/10-12

Constitution, CCS see website index

Constructing the M1  93/36-37

Consultation of future of OS  87/4-6, 88/3-7

Consumer information  83/51-53

Contour accuracy 100/40-41

Contour photographs 103/7-30

Contours 74/26-27, 100/40-41

Conventional signs 84/63 

Conwy 83/10-11

Co-ordinate transformation 80/40-46

Copenhagen, CCS expedition to 83/7-9

      -     KMS  83/7-8

      -     Royal National Library 83/8-9

Copinsay, Horse of 82/62

Copying of maps 78/3

Copyright in Soviet maps 74/14

Corby, Popular revision 71/54‑56

Cornwall, Cycle … Map [review] 74/45  

Cornwall Explorers  71/15‑16, 78/44-45

Counter Drain  90/48

Countryside and RoW Act 70/68, 73/37, 113/13-18, 113/23-24

County Series, interpreting 78/45‑48, 79/18, 80/69

      -     sheet co-ordinates 80/40-46, 98/32-33

Covers, Alan Godfrey ‘look-alikes’ 82/11-14

      -     and titles 111/13-21

      -     collection  see Website index

            Irish  91/2-5

      -     Landranger  72/62, 82/24, 90/44, 92/33, 103/62, 108/9-17

      -     New Popular Edition  76/14, 78/38, 79/10, 82/17-21

      -     pre-war 81/48-50, 82/59

      -     Popular and Fifth Edition 70/57

      -     Scotland Tourist Map 82/24

      -     Scottish Popular Edition  81/56-57, 84/33-41

      -     Seventh Series 70/11‑21, 74/51, 80/47

      -     Third Edition 77/73

Crawford, OGS  83/47-49, 85/21-23, 95/25-31, 107/23-25

Creag Doire nan Nathrach  78/65-66, 79/57

Credenhill, Herefordshire 95/45

Crewe Borough Council  81/40

Cromford and High Peak Railway  76/63-64

Croyde Cycle maps [review]  74/45, 78/61, 104/19-26

Croydon Airport  71/38‑40, 101/29

Crutchley, John 94/60

Crystal Palace 94/20-21

Cursiter, Stanley 93/10-15

Curtis, Layla  75/34

Curtis, Roland E 95/25

Custom made 110/18

Cycle and Leisure Maps, Cornwall and Devon [review]  74/45

Cycle guides, London  80/4

Cycle maps 104/19-26

Cyprus 104/51-55

Dale Dyke Dam 94/46

Daily Mail Group  79/3

Danger, unexploded maps 103/64

Dartmoor 89/13, 104/49

Dartmouth, Third Edition cover  77/73

Das Geheimnis des Karten-Wunders, Schwerte [review] 111/59

Data digitisation  73/30‑32, 79/48-51, 81/4-5

Dating maps  83/27-34, 102/44

Datum, Liverpool 98/46-49

De la Beche, Henry 96/14-16

De la Mare, Walter  72/49

Dealing, map  69/38‑41, 70/28‑32, 71/18‑22, 73/25, 79/51-54

Dealing with awkward extrusions 98/56

Defence College of Intelligence  82/4-7

Defence Geographic Centre, Feltham  73/3‑4

Defence Intelligence and the Cold War [review] 106/54

Defence, Ministry of 94/5

Defence Surveyors’ Association 81/2, 84/2, 84/50, 93/39

Definitive map 97/20-22, 103/52, 108/18-21, 109/53

Delamere origin  77/27, 77/40‑50

Dench, Dame Judi 102/63

Denmark 83/7-9

Dennett, John (OS employee)79/8-9, 84/20-28, 94/8

Dennis Maps 107/38

Derry / Londonderry  98/54-55

Desert Island Discs 102/63

Dessiou, Joseph Foss  102/7ff 

Destroying maps  71/63‑64

Devon, Cycle … Map [review]  74/45  

Different Medway crossing  87/49

Digimap Services (Guernsey) 93/41-42

Digital mapping  87/39-43, 102/56-62, 104/51-55

Digitisation  73/30‑32, 79/48-51, 81/4-5, 83/6, 90/23-28, 104/51-55

Directorate of Overseas Surveys 94/5, 98/57-58

Disagreeable countries  83/54

Discovery Walking guides 109/55-57

Disposal of OS Record Map Collection  86/5

Divis 104/2-3

DMMO 97/20-22

DMO secret archive 102/42

Dogs, hunting with 97/38-42

Domesday Book 84/13-16, 113/42-47

Dorington Committee 74/44

Dougalston estate, 95/6ff

DOS - see Directorate of Overseas Surveys

Dublin, CCS expedition to 70/34‑43 92/37-39

      -     Irish Railway Record Society 73/32-34

      -     National Archives 70/34, 70/37‑39, 92/38

      -     Phoenix Park 70/34‑35, 70/40‑41, 92/38

      -     Royal Irish Academy 70/36, 70/41‑42, 92/38

      -     Soviet map of 73/19‑20

      -     Trinity College 70/42‑43, 92/39

Dunlop, Kenneth (OS employee) 88/41

Dunnose 99/42

Du Noyer, George Victor 35/14, 92/37, 92/41, 109/12

Durham Records office 112/17

Duvet covers, maps as 73/24, 74/52, 75/46

Duxford, RAF  74/6-8

Eades, Albert  91/58, 94/6

Early days [of Sheetlines] 100/2-4

Earth, figure of 99/5-17

East German mapping  79/23, 80/69

Ebinburgh’ 81/58

Eclipse map 93/44

Eddystone lighthouse 98/56

Edinburgh event, September 2009  86/6

Edinburgh visit 110/47

Edinodunensis 110/50

Edition codes  83/27-34, 84/42-43

Effluence and influence 105/42

Egyptian Expeditionary Force  83/12-23, 84/7‑12, 84/55-56

Ekwall, Eilert  86/18

Electronic cartographic materials 73/4‑5

Elliot, Geoffrey  76/33

Elsdale, Henry  76/6-13

Enderby  93/36

Engineering the Olympic park 89/5, 98/44-45

Engraved maps [review]  86/50, 87/7

Engraved maps  87/7

Engraving and lithography  69/21‑29, 95/33-42

Epping Forest  90/46-47

Erisgeir  71/67, 72/3

Error and efficiency 101/48, 102/5-16

Error, root mean square 102/17

Errors and experiences 102/17-20

Errors concealed in rivers 102/29, 106/36

Essex record office 103/3

ETSR89 107/2-3

EuroSDR 97/3-4

Everard, Cyril 76/3

Everyman’s right (Finland) 110/51

Exam map extracts  94/23

Exercise Viking 72/39-41

Exeter & Sidmouth (Landranger map) 94/10-15

Exeter Central 98/63, 99/64

Exeter, Sidmouth & Torbay (AA Leisure map) 94/10-15

Exmoor (AA Walker’s map)  94/10-15

Exmouth  75/26, 78/43

Explorer House 96/6-7

Extrusions 98/56

Faden, William 102/5-16, 105/59

Fairclough, Roger 85/3-4

Falmouth, Russian town plan  77/51

Fantasy maps (E. German) 79/26-28, 79/31

Far‑Distant Oxus, The 69/49‑50

Farnborough aerodrome 97/33-35

Feeling blue 87/35

Feltham, Defence Geographic Centre 73/3‑4

Ferry services 113/62-67

Field history sheet 75/21-22

Field section, photograph  75/26, 78/43

Field Survey Company, Seventh 83/13-14, 84/7, 84/55-56

Figure of the earth 99/5-17

Fingerprints  71/50, 104/63

Fire insurance plans 79/4, 80/62-64

Flappers and sleepers 83/55

Flat maps 72/3

Florjančič, Janez Dizma  79/44-45, 79/48

Flying, history 99/19-39, 100/42-46, 101/4-28

Focus Maps  71/50

Folding of maps 74/53, 85/56

Folk songs of old Hampshire 74/48

Folkestone  79/16

Football grounds  70/61‑62

Footpaths, public 74/52, 78/8, 103/52, 113/13-18

Foster G  78/4

Foula  70/12‑13

Foulshiels  79/69

Fox hunting 97/38-42, 98/63

Foyle Reading Room  77/4

France, maps of  75/11, 75/13, 77/18, 77/70‑71, 100/5-8

‘Free our data’ campaign  80/17-19

Freil, Brian  92/42-48

Frodsham  82/3

From Squaw Tit to Whorehouse Meadow [review]  77/69

FWT  84/46-47

Gaols  77/21‑26

Gardner, James  100/23-26, 101/31-38

Gars‑bheinn  73/60‑62

Gasholders  70/62

Gauss-Kruger grid zones 102/22-28

The GB 1900 project 110/48-9, 111/46-48, 112/54, 113/13-18

General map of England 97/13-19

Geodetic survey  73/28, 97/20-23

Geodetski Inštitut Slovenije  79/50-51

Geodetski Zavod Slovenije  79/49

Geographia Authentic Map Directories  69/43‑45, 70/62, 72/62

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 73/30‑31, 104/51-55

Geographic Journal 97/50 see also website index

Geographic production process, museum of 97/3-4

GeoInformation Group  81/10-11

Geo-location 105/26

Geological maps 96/14-16

Geological Survey and mapping, NI  73/29

Geological Survey of Ireland 92/37

GEOREF  80/20-25

George Petrie 1790‑1866, the rediscovery of Ireland’s past [review] 71/60‑61

German mapping  72/9, 73/39, 79/23, 94/49

      -     of UK and Ireland  69-15, 70/32, 72/21, 77/5, 79/34-41, 80/69, 94/26-27

Getmapping 102/3-4

Gill, David 97/23-27

Gill, MacDonald 106/2

Gill Sans 108/2-8

Gift‑wrap, maps as  69/41‑42

GIS  73/30‑31, 104/51-55

Glasgow visit 110/46-7

Glimpses of Ireland’s past [book review] 105/66

Global positioning systems  - see GPS

Glucksman Map Library  70/42‑43

Glue reversal (Vandyke process) 93/20-25

Goad Fire Insurance maps  79/4, 80/62-64, 94/7

Godfrey, Alan MBE  87/2

Godfrey Edition  72/48‑49, 76/45, 79/55-56, 82/11-16, 83/42-45, 93/26-35, 94/8

Gold digging 101/39-41

Gold mine  73/52, 74/52, 75/47, 76/61

Google earth  87/43

Google maps  84/59, 87/43, 102/54-55

Gordon’s Edinodunensis 110/50

Gosset, William Driscoll  81/20-23, 82/63

Gotha 92/34-36

Gough map  75/35

GPS  78/63‑64, 79/65-66, 102/54-55, 107/2-3

GPS network 95/5, 107/2-3

Graffiti, coastal  76/63

Graffiti on maps 96/48

Grampian mountains  100/23-26

Gran Canaria  75/48

Grassholm and The Smalls  72/42

Great game 96/42-44

Great great grandfather 88/37

Great instrument station 98/13, 99/42

Great Lines project 112/60

Great Map, The [review]  81/51-52

Great map for a Great Park 89/20

Great Ormes Head  83/11

Great Western Railway 105/44-53, 106/4-11

Greenspace 110/35-37

Greenwich Meridian  74/41

Greenwood (1830 map)  94/37ff

Grid, conversion  80/40-46

      -     British system 107/52-55

      -     colours 98/34-37, 99/56-58

      -     Fifth and New Popular  85/15-20

      -     Gauss-Kruger 102/22-28

      -     German military  69/17‑19, 73/47-49

      -     National  69/46‑47

      -     Target-area designator  81/34-35

      -     UTM 102/22-28

Grimes WF 95/27

GSGS 3036 [also others] 95/34

GSGS 3907  71/40, 85/35-36

      -     map lists  84/50

Guardian, The  80/17-19, 96/9

Guernsey, official map 93/41-42

Guide to the OS one‑inch Seventh Series [review]  71/57‑58

Guide to the OS one‑inch Third Edition maps, in colour [review]  70/53‑54

GWR 105/44-53, 106/4-11

GZS  79/49

Ha-has 95/6-15, 96/31-35, 97/48-49

Hadrian’s Wall 89/18

Hagstrom maps  69/41‑42, 102/44

Haile Sand fort  94/40-41

Half‑inch - see 1:126,720

Half-inch cartobibliography  87/3

Hamlyn Publishing  91/9-18

Hardwick Hall, ha-ha 95/13-14

Harley, JB  80/6

Harmston, Lincolnshire  75/1-2, 75/11-13, 77/52‑55, 78/33, 81/43

Hartamul  71/67

Harvey Maps  79/6-7

Hausaman, Neville  75/2, 76/33

Haven of rest  91/54

Heights of hills and mountains  69/48‑49, 74/26-27, 78/65-66, 79/57-60

Helio-zincography  90/41-43, 93/20, 95/34ff

Henderson, Capt Alexr 102/5-16, 104/5-18

Hendon, RAF  85/13-14

Hermitage, RSMS  82/4-7

HGIS 104/51-55

High Peak Junction  76/63-64, 77/72-73

Higley, Chris  91/62

Hills are stuffed with Swedish girls 89/36-37

Hill sketches 103/7-30

Hinks, Arthur R  94/23

Historic town plans of Lincoln [review]  73/55

Historic Towns atlas 112/51-53

Historical Geographic Information Systems (HGIS) 104/51-55

Historical map series online 109/37-39

Historical Military Mapping Special Interest Group, BCS  73/2

A history of 20th century in 100 maps [review] 102/49

HM Land Registry 101/52-56

Hobbs, Capt. John 78/9, 104/5-18

Hodson, Yolande  78/4

Holland, Julian 96/46

‘Holm(e)  72/45

Hooton 100/42-46

Hopetoun House 96/33

How and where  100/47-51

How big a map does it take to build socialism? 89/5

HTT (Historic Towns Trust) 112/51-53

Hunt maps 97/38-42, 106/41-42, 108/34-41

Hutton, Charles 112/60

Hydraulic ram 95/51

Hydrographic chart  94/37ff

Hydrographic Office, Taunton  70/7‑8, 101/57, 102/5-16

ICE see Civil Engineers, Institution of

If maps could speak 103/45-46

Image processing  93/16-19

Imperial Geographical Service  91/54

Imray, Laurie, Norie and Wilson Ltd  80/5,   106/11

In Passing  86/24

India, Survey of  93/20-25

Index diagrams  85/27-38, 86/25-36 95/46

Insanity, male  78/42, 79/64

Institute of Civil Engineers (ICE) see Civil Engineers, Institute of

Instructions to Field Examiners  94/50 

Instructions to surveyors 97/48-49

Intelligence revealed: maps, plans and views at Horse Guards and the War Office [review] 93/51

International Collection, OS  74/3-4

Internal divisions in buildings 103/54-55, 105/27-33, 108/42-44

Internet  73/25, 85/58

Inversion of maps  78/42, 79/64

iPad  91/26,  91/59

Ireland, large‑scale plans  70/37‑39

      -     National Archives of 70/34, 70/37‑39, 92/38

      -     postcodes 89/16, 90/38-40, 98/53

      -     valuation of, 1830-1865, 113/56-57

Irish 3D town models 92/49

Irish Historic Towns Atlas

      -     [review] 77/68

      -     latest developments 98/54-55, 112/53

Irish Ordnance Survey  70/34‑35, 70/40‑41 91/2-5, 92/37, 92/40, 92/42-48, 92/49

      -     placename books 70/39

Irish Ordnance Survey (history, culture and memory) [review] 71/58

Irish postcodes  89/16-17, 90/38-40, 98/53

Irish Railway atlas 1838 101/31-38

Irish Railway Record Society 73/32, 73/34

Irwin, Maj.-Gen. Brian  76/4, 79/9

Islands, missing 71/67, 72/3, 82/62

Isle of Blue? 89/12

Isle of Man 76/20, 80/37-38, 82/8-9, 83/53-54, 96/36-37

Isle of Skye map  90/29-35

Isle of Wight 76/63, 80/34-37, 82/59

Ivybridge 111/22-28

Jack, EM 93/11

James, Nigel [obit] 98/43

James, Sir Henry  84/13-16, 85/41, 98/5-15, 113/42-47

Jāņa Sēta 76/1, 76/37, 76/40-41

Janus 94/4-9

Jenaesturarium 95/32

Jigsaws 61/28, 81/14-15

John Rylands Library 111/32

Johnston, Keith 78/57‑60

Joyce, Fred  94/7

Jura 102/21

KML files see website index

K-top (British Library) 98/50

Kain, Professor RJP  73/1‑2

Kaiser Bill  77/5

Kater, Henry 99/5-17, 99/31

Keegan, Terry [obituary] 95/60

Kennels 97/38-42

Kesteven, C roads 106/50-51

Kesteven, atlas of 104/35-36

Keyworth, British Geological Survey  71/4‑5, 71/36, 74/44, 81/41

Kildonan 101/39-41

Killarney  79/16, 90/29-35, 102/50-53

Kinder Scout 113/23-24

Kineton, MoD 79/19-22

King Orry’s Grave 83/53-54

Kingscote 99/40-41

Kingston upon Thames 82/22

Kington, Miles 81/50

Kirwan, Richard 103/45-46

Kort & Matrikelstyrelsen, Copenhagen 83/7-8

Khrushchev preferred Bartholomew’s 87/31

Labelling on maps 98/38-42

LAM-fold maps 74/53

Lancashire 92/6-22

Landscape of London  (review)  88/50

Land Registry 101/52-56

Land Utilisation Survey 74/48-50, 75/46, 76/65, 104/27

Land‑line data  69/29, 79/2

Landmark Information Group  79/3-4

Landscape legacies 113/6-12

Langley, Hawker factory  71/34‑35

Langton by Spilsby 95/51

Large scales revision  91/28-30

Lapenotiere, Lieut. JR  72/51

Larkhill, Badley Library 70/4‑5, 70/33, 71/5, 71/37, 74/5

      -     Military Railway 71/6‑9, 72/23‑24

Latterwood 99/40-41

Latvia 76/1, 76/36-44, 96/30

      -     National Library of 76/36, 76/39-40

Latvian Geospatial Information Agency 76/1, 76/38, 76/41-43

Latymer Upper School 103/60

Lawrence, Vanessa 73/37, 75/5, 81/3, 82/27, 85/10-11, 100/9

Leeds 92/6-22

Legible London 110/57

Leicester half-inch map sheet 37 94/59, 95/18

Leicester, Popular revision  71/52

Leith Hill  70/57‑58

Letter book, OS  76/46

Lettering on maps 95/33-42, 96/38-41, 98/38-42

Levelling  70/60‑61, 85/39-44

Ley lines 95/43-45, 103/40-43

Lightning map company 105/7-25

Limekilns 98/19-31, 101/42-47, 106/32-33, 107/20-22

Lincoln  69/3‑4, 71/36, 74/29, 78/45‑48, 79/18, 80/69, 81/30

Lincoln, Historic town plans of [review]  73/55

Lincoln, Wainfleet Haven and Boston Railway  70/26

Lincolnshire, Ordnance map of  69/36

Linen marques, Old Series  80/29-30

LINZ 112/3-16

Lithography and engraving  69/21‑29, 93/20-26, 95/33-42

Liverpool, CCS visit 98/46-49

Ljubljana  79/44-51

LKS (abbreviation) 106/28-29

Loc8 codes  90/38-40

Local authority revision of large-scale plans 103/44

Loch Hourn 97/36-37

Lockspit 106/28-29

London 2012 95/16-17, 96/44, 97/31-32

London - a life in maps  [exhibition] 77/4

London, AD map  102/36-40, 112/21-30

      -     bomb damage maps  75/38-43

      -     landscape of  (review) 88/50

      -     maps of  72/5, 75/38-43, 76/44, 80/4,  81/11-12, 107/26-28, 108/32-33, 110/57, 111/2-12, 111/60

      -     model of 74/4

      -     National Park city map [review] 111/60

      -     Times atlas [review] 92/54

      -     transport museum 70/6‑7, 70/33

      -     underground railway 72/37, 73/59‑60

London Passenger Transport Map 80/3, 83/55

Long Hanborough, Oxfordshire 83/3

Looe, Cornwall  72/48‑49

Lough Erne 89/30

Lough Foyle base line 104/2-3, 104/5-18

Loughton, Focus Map  71/50

Lovell Johns 83/3-4

Ludlow 70/2‑3, 78/8

Lunch menu 1956 106/52

Lundy Island 77/46

M1 (motorway) 93/36, 94/59, 95/18-19

Macaulay Isles of Scilly map 88/44

Macclesfield 76/5

MacGillycuddy’s Reeks and Killarney [review] 102/50-53

MacLeod, MN  93/11ff

Malaya  74/15, 76/3

Malden, HE  93/32

Man, Isle of - see Isle of Man

Manchester & Salford, 1:1056 plans  71/61‑62

      -     Goad maps  79/4, 80/62-64

Manchester Rambler 113/23-24

Manchester Ship canal   91/28-30, 107/51

Manuscript plans 69/11

Map addict [review] 86/49

Map art on Irish covers 91/2

Map Book, The  74/61, 75/57, 80/4

Map collecting  87/37-39

Map covers 110/56 See Website index

Map: exploring the world [review] 104/45

Map design 105/2-6

Map extracts  94/23

MapFinder app 102/56-62

Map modification orders 97/20-22

Map of a nation [review] 89/40-50

Map of England, The  81/40

Map redaction 103/7-30

Map selling  94/56-59

Mapland Scotland  81/14-15

Mappa Mundi  78/8

Mapping international sporting events 96/36-37

Mapping of Saddleworth [review] 81/51-52

Mapping the past on the web 104/51-55

Mapping the Olympic Park 98/44-45

Mapping the railways [review] 96/46-47

Mapping the roads [review] 98/64

Map-reading manuals  94/23-32

Map sizes 109/42-52

Maps.Me (app) 102/54-55

Maps and map‑making in local history [review] 71/59

Maps and Survey 94/23

Maps in those days [review]  91/60

Maps from the past  94/17-22, 94/59, 95/18-19

Maps of the Witham Fens 80/3, 85/51

Maps of War [review] 81/51-52

Maps from the past 100/53-58, 106/21-23

Maps on the move  91/59

Marbled paper 113/34-36

Marginalia 70/22‑26,

      -     records of  98/32-33

Marloes Beacon 94/22, 95/5

Mars, OS map of 105/61

Martello towers 103/7-30

Martin, Ellis  74/48-50, 75/46, 76/65, 82/17-18 94/48, 95/25, 95/35, 96/38

Masked balls 98/38-41

Mass trespass 113/23-24

Master drawings  69/11

MasterMap  72/3, 73/37, 79/2, 79/4-5, 81/4-5

Masters, Henry  85/47-50

Maxwell, Robert  78/32

McColl, Ewan 113/23-24

Measure of Manhattan [book review] 97/56

Medway crossing  87/49

Meeting and chatting 95/52-54

Melbourne Military Railway  72/24

MemoryMap digital map  87/42

Mental hospitals  70/44‑45, 72/60

Mereing 103/31-39, 106/28-29, 110/14-17, 111/29-31

Mereings, uncommon  70/8‑9

Merely a question of boundaries 103/31-39, 111/29-31, 112/18-19

Meridian, Greenwich  74/41

Messenger, Kenneth Guy  94/7

Michelin maps 76/3, 85/7-8

Milestones 76/59-60

Military maps 96/20-29, 98/34-37, 99/44-53, 99/56-58, 100/5-8, 100/11-22, 100/53-58, 102/22-28, 107/52-55

Military Maps [review] 72/52‑55

Military maps, German  72/9, 73/39, 77/5‑20, 78/32, 78/62, 79/23, 80/69, 87/31

      -     Polish 78/4, 84/49, 94/26-27

Military maps, Soviet - see Russian mapping

Military Survey, School of 106/21-23

Millennium Mapping Company 102/3-4

Mind the gap 108/33

Minden 111/38-45

Mine, gold  73/52, 74/52, 75/47, 76/61

Mistakes on maps 103/45-46

Mitcham  93/31-33

mobile downloads 103/2

MOD archive 102/42

Model of London 74/4

Models, 3D 92/49

Models, briefing 74/6-8

Modified British system 107/52-55

Monsal Dale 70/57

Moore, Maurice Hubert  94/8

More battles  88/36

Motor sport 101/50-52

Motorway achievement, The [review] 73/55‑56

Motoring atlas  91/6-18, 104/30-34

Motorway, M1 93/36-7, 94/59, 95/18-19

Motorway, M40 79/66

Mound or tumulus 81/58

Mountains - see Heights of hills and mountains

MS plans  69/11

Mudge, Maj.-Gen. William  76/47-51, 78/11‑15, 79/67, 97/13-19, 98/5-15, 99/5-17, 102/5-16

Mumford, Ian  94/8, 103/60

Murder 74/40

Names and name books  75/19-23, 75/45, 76/1, 76/43

Naming of crags 105/59

Nantwich  84/57

National Archives (TNA) 95/32

National Archives, visit to   86/17

National Archives of Ireland  70/34, 70/37‑39

National Gallery of Scotland  93/10-14

National Grid 69/46‑47, 80/40-46

National Library of Denmark 83/8-9

      -     of Latvia 76/36, 76/39-40

      -     of Scotland  71/3, 79/7, 83/50, 85/11-12, 93/4-9, 95/20-24, 96/48, 98/32-33, 98/59, 99/43, 100/1, 102/34, 104/27, 112/54-55

      -     of Slovenia 79/48-49

      -     of Wales 110/30-34

National Monuments Record (NMR) 95/27

National parks 73/23, 102/50

National Plans, The  75/26, 78/43, 80/7

National Rail 100/10

National Rail Museum archives 103/6

Network Rail archives 103/6

New Forest  73/23, 94/49, 107/46-50

New Popular index damaged  87/44 

      -     printings and other discoveries 88/25

Newman, Col. HEM  76/52, 76/57‑58, 78/65

New Series to Popular: European parallels 109/23-36

New Zealand 112/3-16

Nicholson, TR  85/5

Nickey line 105/68

The nine lives of John Ogilby [review] 108/50

Nitrate vulnerable zones 81/47

No more OS maps as we know them? 89/33

Nolan, AE  91/2-5

Nor any drop to drink  100/37-39

Norfolk airfields 78/34‑37, 99/19-39

North Norfolk coast (AA Walker’s map)  94/16

North York moors 104/28-29

Northern Ireland, Geological Survey 73/29

      -     Ordnance Survey of  73/27‑28, 73/33, 89/30, 99/19-39, 101/24-28

      -     Public Record Office 73/31‑32, 73/34

Northolt, RAF  84/5-7, 101/57

Northumberlandia   99/18, 100/64

Northwest Norfolk (AA Leisure map)  94/16

Not such a Scilly map, 88/45

Numbering of Explorer maps 103/2

NZtopo 112/3-16

O’Brien award 106/3

O’Brien, Ian [obituary] 103/60, 104/57-58

Object name books  75/19-23, 76/1, 113/13-18

Objects, CCS  73/62

Observations on Maps from the past 5  100/53-58

Ogilby, John 108/50

Old Sarum map 95/25-31

Old Series, new information? 95/2

Old series to Explorer [review]  91/62

Olympic park (London) 89/4, 95/16-17, 97/31-32, 98/44-45

On the map 98/3-4

On the road with Ekwall  86/18

On the web  86/4

One‑inch - see 1:63,360

One-inch engraved maps [review] 86/50, 87/7

Onecote, Staffordshire  84/45

Online maps  71/3, 78/4, 78/50, 79/48-49, 80/61-62, 83/50, 85/11-12, 99/43 see also website index

OpenStreetMap  91/20-27, 102/54-55

Opera  79/55-56

Optimum size of maps 109/42-52, 110/52-55

Ordnance Geological Survey 96/15-16

Ordnance Survey 60" … plans of Manchester & Salford [CD review]  71/61‑62

Ordnance Survey Act, 1841  70/46‑51, 91/36-51, 92/6-22

      -     anniversary 107/4-7

      -     annual reports see website index

      -     art society  85/45-50

      -     artefacts  80/65-67

      -     becomes a Govco 102/4         

      -     brand identity 102/2

      -     catalogues  80/53-58, 82/59-60, 100/47-51, see also website index

      -     cartographic style  87/19, 88/11

      -     Chessington office 100/52

      -     collaboration with Hydrographic office 102/5-16

      -     competition 102/3-4

      -     consultation of future  87/4, 88/3, 91/20-27

      -     cover changes,, leisure maps 88/33

      -     cover misprint  86/8, 92/33

      -     copyright 109/40-41

      -     Custom made 110/18

      -     data collection, tidal features  90/4-17

      -     data (use by commercial publishers) 95/3-5, 96/8-13, 96/17-19

      -     datum (Liverpool) 94/33-45  

      -     descriptions 100/47-51, see also website index

      -     depiction of airfields 99/19-39, 101/4-28

      -     directors general see website index

      -     documents (in CCS archive) 94/5

      -     efficiency review  87/50, 102/3-4

      -     Explorer House 96/6-7, 100/9

      -     finance and funding  80/8-9, 80/17-19, 81/6-7, 82/25-36, 84/4

      -     Greenspace 110/35-37

      -     half-inch maps 92/23-28 95/18-19

      -     head office 96/6-7

      -     history  80/6, 80/68, 99/2-4, 100/11-22, 111/22-28, see also website index

      -     how and where 100/47-51

      -     index diagrams see website index

      -     International 94/5

      -     International Collection 74/3-4

      -     Ireland  70/34‑35, 70/40‑41, 92/38, 92/40, 92/42-48, 94/5, 95/38, 102/50-53, 103/45-46

      -     landscape legacies of 113/6-12

      -     lawyers 89/36-37

      -     letter book  76/46

      -     logo 102/2

      -     map covers 111/13-21

      -     map indexes see website index

      -     MapFinder app  102/56-62

      -     map numbering 103/2

      -     maps as evidence 103/31-39

      -     maps in schools 89/19 89/50-53

      -     maps – future possibilities 89/33

      -     maps online see website index

      -     maps – printing 92/3-5, 92/32

      -     maps – proof copies, 94/9

      -     Mars map, 105/61

      -     motoring atlas  91/6-18

      -     national GPS network 95/5

      -     new logo and branding 102/2, 103/2, 105/2-6

      -     Northern Ireland 94/5

      -     OpenData  91/20-27, 96/17-19, 96/45

      -     paper maps 102/2       

      -     public consultation  72/3

      -     repayment work  76/57-58

      -     representation of ha-has 95/6-15, 96/31

      -     sale and supply of maps 82/25-36

      -     sales of paper maps 102/2

      -     Southampton  72/5‑7, 73/35‑38, 75/5‑6, 78/5-7, 79/1-2, 81/4, 82/3, 84/17-28, 85/10-11, 96/6-7

      -     staff association, OS  85/58

      -     tee shirt 96/45

      -     unfair competition 102/3-4    

      -     use of the title 102/45-48, 103/56-59

      -     videos  82/3

      -     of Wales 89/22

      -     working at 106/37-40, 107/35-37

The Ordnance Survey and Modern Irish literature [review] 107/61

Ordnance Survey in the nineteenth century 99/2-4

Ordnance Survey maps: a concise guide for historians   73/54, 80/4

Organisation tree, OS  80/68

Orkney  93/10-15

Origin, Delamere  77/27, 77/40‑50

ORPA (other route with public access) 112/67

OS 225 107/4-7

OS explore 80/61-62

OSGB36 107/2-3

OS map covers 111/13-21

OS Net 107/2-3

Overchurch hill 95/47

Overseas member 76/66-67

Overseas Surveys, Directorate of 79/42, 84/42-43

Ox Rock 110/26-27

Oxbridge ramblings 88/17

Oxford University, Bodleian Library 83/4-6

Padley, JS  69/3, 73/55, 81/30

Palestine, mapping of 83/12-23, 84/7-12, 84/55-56

Palestine of the Crusades 71/10‑15

Park, Mungo 79/69, 80/67

Parker, Mike 86/49, 94/1, 98/64

Parliamentary debates  74/44, 81/41

Parsons, Professor David  76/5

Past and Present Series [review]  78/51

Peabody museum 95/27ff

Pearson, C Arthur 105/7-25

Pelagios 104/51-55

Penarth pier  82/14

Penkilan Head  78/33

Period maps 95/25-31

Persistent error  87/29

Perspective maps 105/54-58

Perthes, Justus 92/34

Petermann’s planet (vols I and II) [review] 112/61, 113/55

Petrie, George  71/60‑61, 93/13

Pevsner, Nikolaus  93/28-30

Philip’s Navigator atlas [review]  78/61‑62

Philip’s motoring atlas  91/6-18

Phillips, CW 95/27

Phoenix Park, Dublin  70/34‑35, 70/40‑41

Photogrammetry  73/39, 93/13

Photo-rectification  93/10-14

Photo-zincography  84/13-16, 90/41-44, 93/20, 95/34ff

Pictish symbol stones … [review] 84/51

Picture of the land, A  90/29-35

Picturing Britain [exhibition review] 86/23

Pig farm, surveying 72/25, 101/52-56

Piran maritime museum 79/45

Pipelines 107/30

Placename books, Irish 70/39

Place name labels on maps 98/38-42, 104/51-55

Place-names 94/33-45, 104/51-55

Places 74/29-32, 75/45

Place’s waterproof paper 112/40

Plagiarism  81/30

Planning maps 93/4-9

Pleiades 104/51-55

Poetry 74/53

Pole Hill  74/41

Polish mapping 78/4, 84/48-49

Political incorrectness 81/48-50

Poor houses 77/21‑26

Popular maps, principal stations 102/30-33

Post Office Tower 106/27

Postcodes in Ireland 89/16, 90/38-40, 98/53

Postbridge, Devon 77/80

Postcards  74/39, 75-6, 79/61, 84/18-19

Preston‑Hull line 77/31

Pricing, Bartholomew maps  73/22

      -     Seventh Series  70/19‑21

Primary trigs in Wales 96/52-53

Print codes  73/22, 79/61-62, 83/27-34

Printing  73/41‑44, 78/7, 78/41, 90/44, 92/3-5

      -     colour  69/21‑29, 71/45‑49, 80/10-15, 83/42-45

Projections and Origins  75/4

Proof copies (of OS maps)  94/9

Property boundary mereing  103/31-39

Proposed and mystery tunnels 104/40-43

Proposed railways on maps 103/53, 104/40-43

Provisional perplexity 102/43-44

Publications policy, CCS  75/31-32, see also            website index

Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) 95/3-5, 96/10-13

Puddleducks tearoom 110/38

Pumps and wells 94/50, 95/51

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park 98/44-45

Queensferry crossing 111/67

Quickmap, Luton  81/11-12

Quo digital maps  87/41

Quorn and Woodhouse Station  83/58

RAF stations, depiction of 97/46-47

RAIB (Rail Accident Investigation Board) 100/10

Railton, CL 112/46-50

Railway, alignment of  74/33, 75/48, 80/32-34, 100/10, 105/44-53, 106/4-11, 112/31-37

      -     Cromford and High Peak  76/63-64, 77/72‑73

      -     Kineton, military 79/19-22

      -     Larkhill Military 71/6‑9, 72/23-24

      -     Land plans 105/44-53

      -     Lincoln, Wainfleet Haven and Boston  70/26

      -     Liskeard and Caradon 74/52, 75/47

      -     London Underground  72/37, 73/59‑60, 90/45, 100/10

      -     Melbourne Military 72/24

      -     Stafford and Uttoxeter 74/33, 75/48

Railway and Canal Historical Society 75/33

Railway pier 100/27-32

Railway Record Society, Irish 73/32, 73/34

Railway stations, principal  69/50‑52, 102/30-33, 103/62-63

Railway track, depiction of 112/31-37, 113/25-33

Railway tunnels (depiction on maps)  100/10, 103/53

Railways of Great Britain: a historical atlas [review]  70/52‑53, 71/66‑67, 72/55, 83/50

Railways of Kingston-upon-Thames [review] 111/60           

Railways, Mapping the 96/46-47

Ramblers 113/13-18

Rann, Karen 112/60

Randle, John Jr 97/56

Ransome, Arthur  69/49‑50

ReCycled Wire 108/53

Red Atlas: How the Soviet Union Secretly Mapped the World [review] 110/58. 111/62

Redaction of OS maps 103/7-30

Redfearn, JCB  75/3

Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme  72/9, 73/39, 78/62, 79/26

Regular revision  91/52

Repairs to maps  76/63

Repayment work, OS  76/57-58

Reproduction maps (CCS)  93/16-19, 94/17-22,  100/53-58

Reservoirs  74/25-26, 75/28-30, 78/65, 100/27-32, 104/28-29

Retrospectroscope  72/3

Revision, 1:50,000  74/24-27

      -     large‑scale  69/11, 69/31‑34, 69/52,   80/58-60, 81/36-39, 85/24-26

      -     Points 67/26-31, 97/44-45, 98/16-18, 98/63, 109/58-61, 110/22-23, 111/66

      -     Popular  71/52

      -     Seventh Series 75/28-30

      -     tide line  73/24

Revolution: mapping the road to American independence [review] 104/44

Riga, CCS expedition to 74/2, 76/1, 76/36-44

      -     Jāņa Sēta 76/1, 76/37, 76/40-41

      -     LGIA  76/1, 76/38, 76/41-43

      -     National Library 76/36, 76/39-40

Rights of way 74/52, 78/8, 80/10-11

            97/20-22, 103/52, 104/28-29,

            108/18-21, 109/53, 113/13-18

Rivers, as boundaries 104/37-38, 112/18

River basins 112/42-45, 113/37-42

Road atlas 104/30-34, 104/35-36

Road map 107/39-43

Roads, depiction of  71/22, 71/44‑49, 79/66, 80/10, 93/36, 102/21

      -     numbering of 81/53

      -     turnpike 76/59-61

Robinson Lt GG RN 102/5-16

Roby, Henry, MP  74/44, 81/41

Roman England  81/40

Roman Britain 104/51-55

Roman Scotland 107/8-11

Romer 111/50-54

Root mean square error (RMSE) 102/17

Roseberry Topping 81/8-9

Roussilhe apparatus  93/15

Routledge handbook of mapping and cartography 111/61

Rowe, Langdon  94/7

Rowley award 100/62, 106/3, 110/55, 112/60

Roy, General William  81/51, 97/56, 98/50, 104/51-55, 109/10-11, 111/38-45

Royal Air Force, Duxford 74/6-8

      -     Hendon 85/13-14

      -     Northolt 84/5-7

Royal Aircraft establishment 97/33-35

Royal Atlas, Johnston’s  78/57‑60

Royal Geographical Society  72/8, 73/60, 77/4, 96/38-41

Royal insignia  70/13‑15, 76/18

Royal Irish Academy  70/36, 70/41‑42

Royal National Library, Copenhagen  83/8-9

Royal School of Military Survey  82/4-7, 106/21-23

Rubber stamps  84/59

Ruhr, The  83/43-45

Russian mapping  71/65, 72/26, 73/6, 73/59-60, 74/9 74/13, 75/43, 76/1, 76/39-44, 77/51, 78/32, 78/50, 79/22, 79/23, 79/64, 82/37-49, 87/31, 89/5-11 89/23,  94/28-29, 100/42, 110/58, 111/62

Ryde 107/39-43

Sabine, Capt Edward 99/15

Saddleworth  81/51-52

Salisbury, Marquess of  83/54

Salisbury Plain 95/25-31

Saltholm and Peberholm  83/9

Sandby, Paul 98/50

Sandby, Paul [exhibition review]  86/23

Sandford Fort 98/50

Sans-serif lettering 95/39

Sanwald patent 105/7-25

Satellite navigation systems  78/63‑64, 79/65-66

Save the map! 95/5

Scaling the depths 104/28-29

Scanning historic maps  90/23-28

Schiehallion 112/60

School of Military Survey 106/21-23

Scilly, Isles of,  88/44

Scotland from Keith Johnston’s Royal Atlas              78/57‑60

Scotland, AA Touring map 97/28-30

Scotland, CCS visit to  79/6-7

      -     mapping of  77/47‑50, 78/9, 79/67, 80/64, 81/16, 82/10, 82/24, 83/50, 84/33-41, 85/11-12, 97/28-30, 98/5-15, 98/19-31, 101/42-47, 102/34

      -     National Library of  71/3, 79/7, 83/50, 85/11-12, 95/20-24, 96/48, 98/32-33, 99/43, 102/34, 103/63, 104/27

       -    in Roman times 107/8-11

      -     Soil survey 104/27

      -     Tour(ist) map of  83/24-26

      -     Triangulation of  98/5-15, 99/5-17, 104/5-18

      -     Trigonometrical survey of 98/5-15

Scotland: mapping the islands [review] 108/52

Scotland: mapping the nation [review] 95/58-59

Scottish Mountaineering Club  75/28-30, 79/58

Seaplane station 100/42-46, 101/30

Security deletions  71/28‑35, 72/58‑59, 78/34‑37, 79/19-22, 83/5, 106/27, 110/3-13

SEE – see Special Emergency Edition

Series numbers, DOS/OSD  84/42-43

Serif lettering 95/39, 96/38-41

Sewage maps 107/32-34

Shading of buildings  83/37-38

Shannon, John (OS employee) 88/37

Shap Wells  72/4‑5, 112/2

Shapefiles see website index

Sheet lines, Cassini  77/59

      -     County series 98/32-33

      -     Old Series  77/27, 81/16, 84/52-55, 85/28

      -     One-inch  85/27-38

      -     theoretical  74/36

Sheetfinder see website index

Sheetlines, archive on website 96/3, see also             website index

      -     back numbers 82/61

      -     the early days 100/2-4

      -     number 1 100/2-4

      -     on CD  77/4, 82/61

Sheffield waterworks 94/46

Shelf wobbler   82/58

Shetland 99/5-17

Shooting towers 97/33-35

Shuckburgh’s papers at National Library of Wales 110/30-34

Sillitoe, Alan (obit) 88/9

Six-inch plans – see 1:10,560

Size of maps 109/42-52

Skegness 104/39

Sketch maps 78/38, 79/10, 80/47

Skye  71/16-18, 73/60‑62

Slovenia, CCS visit to  79/44-51

      -     Geodetic Institute  79/50-51

      -     GZS  79/49

      -     National Library  79/48-49

      -     Surveying and Mapping Authority  79/46-47

Smith, William 1815 geological map 103/5, 103/59

Snowflake Software, Southampton 79/4-5

Soil survey of Scotland 104/27

Solway Survey 102/5-16

Somerset mapped [review] 107/62-63

Southampton, Gas Monument 76/65

      -     OS HQ  72/5‑7, 73/35‑38, 75/5-6,78/5-7, 79/1-2, 82/3, 84/17-28, 85/10-11

Soviet mapping - see Russian mapping

Spaven, David 96/46

Special Emergency Edition of 1938 100/27-32, 108/24-31, 110/3-13 see also website index

Speed track 97/33-35

Spence, Graeme 102/7ff

Spiders 77/56

Sports grounds  70/61‑62

Spurn Head  91/48-51

Staff association, OS  85/58

Stanfords  90/45, 106/41-42, 107/56-57 109/5

Stereo-plotting  93/10-14

Stevens, Henry  76/46

Stirling Surveys 79/6, 79/63

Stone circles 95/47-50

Stotherd, Col. Richard 76/9-11

Strassenzunstands-Karte von Deuschland 94/49

Struve geodetic arc 96/30 97/23-27

Subterranean passage, depiction of 113/19-21

Surrey  93/28ff, 113/19-21

Surrey Ordnance Survey historical maps [review]  91/62

Survey Company, 16th 95/32

Survey of India  93/20-25

Survey methods  69/54, 73/53, 75/1, 77/52‑55, 78/6, 80/58-60, 81/36-39, 82/50-56, 83/35-37, 84/29-32, 101/48-50, 107/13-19 see also website index

Surveying the administrative boundaries of Lancashire and Yorkshire after 1841 Ordnance Survey Act 92/6-22, 93/38

Surveying Ireland’s past [review]  71/59‑60

Surveying the surveyors 113/6-12

Surveyor’s name on OS map  88/41

Surveys, coastal 102/5-16

Sustrans cycle maps 104/19-26

Sutherland, Ann [obituary] 113/53-54

Sweden, Soviet mapping of  73/7‑8

Swindon 97/44-45, 98/16-18

Symonds, Posy 95/28

Sywell  100/46

Tactical societies 82/60

Target-area designator grid 81/34-35

Target maps 105/54-58

Tate Britain 75/34

Taunton, UK Hydrographic Office  70/7‑8

Teaching OS map-reading as a foreign language 94/23

Telecom tower 106/27

Templer, Col. JLB  76/6, 76/12

Tenerife Hikers map [map review] 109/55

Ten-mile maps 93/4-9

Tetney Haven  94/42ff

Tentative Technical manual (US Army)  94/24-25

Thairteamul  72/3

Thalweg 112/18

Theodolite diaphragm 77/56, 80/70

Thickness of walls 108/42-44

Thomas, George 104/5-18

Thorn, Henry George  85/45-47

The Three peaks challenge [map review] 110/44-5

Thumbnail sketches  78/38, 79/10, 80/47, 86/44,  91/31

Ticking the boxes? Sustrans cycle maps 104/19-26

Tidal bounce 71/3‑4

Tide line  73/24,  90/4-17,  91/36-51

Tiffin school 100/52

Timeline Historical Map [review] 74/45-47

Timepix 109/58-61

Times atlas of London [review] 92/54

Toll gates 76/59-60

Top 5 / Bottom 5 86/38

Top 10 Landrangers / Explorers 102/2, 113/48

Toponymy on the move  86/12

Touring midst the tors 89/13

Tourist map of New Forest 107/46-50

Tower, Bilby  70/58‑59

‘Town Series’ plans  82/15-16

Townlands  73/27, 74/52

Tracklogs digital maps  87/41

Trademarks  72/56‑57

Trafalgar Way [review]  72/51‑52

Translations 92/42-48

Tramways, depiction of 112/37

Trans Pennine Trail 108/53

Transport maps  80/3, 81/11-12, 84/46-47, 90/45, 96/44, 97/31-32, 107/26-28

Transport Museum, London’s  70/6‑7, 70/33

‘Traveller’ overprint 98/4, 99/54

Trench maps   100/1, 100/5-8, 101/2-3

Trench map reprints  81/64

Triangulation of England and Wales 102/5-16

Triangulation of Scotland 98/5-15, 104/5-18

Triangulation point, double 69/20, 70/58‑60, 72/59

      -     padlocked 100/64

      -     legacy 113/6-12

      -     setting up  71/16‑18, 73/60-62

      -     sub‑sea level  69/53‑54, 72/62

Trigonometrical survey of Cyprus 104/51-55

Trigonometrical survey of Scotland 98/5-15, 104/5-18

Trinity College Dublin  70/42‑43

Troubled progress of the Scottish triangulation 1823-1858 104/5-18

Tucker, James  85/55

Tumulus or mound  81/58

Tunnel vision 103/53, 104/40-43

Tunnels, depiction of 113/19-21

Turner, Whiteley 107/29

Turnpike roads  76/59-61

Twenty-fifth anniversary, CCS  74/2, 75/7-9

Twenty-five inch - see 1:2500

Two‑inch mapping, lost  78/9, 79/67

Twigg, Jenny  75/19

Typeface on OS maps 104/39, 105/2-6, 108/2-8

Underground features 113/19-21

Unfair competition or an overstocked market? 102/3-4

Unique numbers  83/30-34

Univers typeface 104/39

Unpopular Edition  93/2-3, 94/59

Up the airy mountain  86/39

Upnor castle  87/49

Uppingham  77/63‑65

Under ever leaf [book review] 96/42-44

UKHO 101/57, 102/5-16

UNESCO 96/30

Universal Grid systems 102/22-28

Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM)          96/20-29, 98/52-53, 102/22-28

US Army manual  94/24-25

US Army Map Service (AMS) 96/20-29

Use of foreign maps (US Army)  94/24-25

UTM – see Universal Transverse Mercator

Vandyke process 93/20-25

Verneer, William Willoughby 100/11-22

Victorian Biddulph 105/42

ViewRanger app 102/56-62

Viking, Exercise  72/39-41

Virtual museum 97/3-4, see also website index

Vision of Britain  73/30‑31

Wales, online maps  71/3

-          Primary trigs of [review] 96/52-53

Walker’s handbook [review] 104/46

Walker’s map (AA) 94/10-16

Walks around Grantown-on-Spey [review]  79/63

Walthall, Peter  82/2

Warrington (water supply to)  100/27-32

War, Maps of [review]  81/51-52

War Office archive 102/41, 103/61

War office maps 108/22-23

Warsaw Pact mapping  79/23, 110/58

Washed out 103/52

Washington, cartographic discoveries  69/5‑10

Water-lining  79/16

Waterproof map 106/34-35, 112/40-41

Water supply 100/27-32

Water, water every ... where? 103/64

Watkins, Alfred 95/43-45

Weatherproof maps  74/53, 75/5, 106/34-35

Website, CCS  83/2, 84/3, 96/3, 97/50, 101/64, 106/51, 110/57

      -     DSA  84/50

Wei-Hai-Wei  75/36, 76/52-58

Wellington, Duke of  78/10‑25, 79/67

Wells on 1:2500 maps 94/50

Welsh, use of on maps  74/17

Welsh water for English use  100/27-32

Western Front 101/2-3

Westmorland man 96/48

WGS84 107/2-3

What makes a good society? 101/57

What the papers say  93/35

What three words 105/26

Wheeler, RC  80/3

Whitby  81/8-9

White, Maj. TJ  76/9-11

Whittiers, William J 95/25

Why not walk it? 95/16-17, 96/44

Wight, Isle of - see Isle of Wight

Wigtown Bay 95/32

Willenhall Historic Map Gallery  70/10

Windmill, mapping the [CCS publication] 96/4-5

Windsor Great park 89/20

Winterbotham, Brig. H S L  80/7-8

‘Wired for maps  73/4‑5

Wirral 95/47-50, 111/66

Witham Fens  80/3, 85/51

Withycombe JG 95/35ff, 96/38-41

Women reading maps  82/59, 83/56-57, 84/58, 85/26, 85/55

Woolaton, ha-ha 95/13-14, 96/34

WOOGs, WOOSies & WOMAT 102/41,      103/61

Workhouses  77/21‑26

Works in progress  72/47, 79/66

World heritage sites  80/70

World map, Soviet  77/51, 78/32, 79/64

World War One, air defences 102/36-40

World War One and the Luck family maps 100/5-8

World War One, graves 101/2-3

World War Two, target maps 105/54-58

Writing on maps 112/46-50, 112/64

WRP (water resistant paper) 112/40-41

Wynnstay Hall 106/21-23

Yolland, William 98/5-15, 104/5-18

York, City of, map  84/3

      -     Minster  85/39-44

Yorkshire boundaries 92/6-22, 93/38

Yorkshire Dales trigpointing walks [review] 99/64

Zierler, Gerry 94/3


 

 


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The scientific work of the Ordnance Survey 

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The second geodetic levelling of England & Wales by Col. Sir Charles Close 

The choice of a grid for British maps by Col HSL Winterbotham 

The quarter sheets of the six inch Ordnance Survey maps

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Conventional signs for revised one-inch (Popular edition)

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Photo-mechanical processes of map production by Lieut-Col JEE Crater, Ordnance Survey, 

Recent productions of the Ordnance Survey by Capt JG Withycombe

The two-hundredth anniversary of the birth of General Roy by Col. Sir Charles Close

Map of Roman Britain

Lettering on maps by Capt JG Withycombe

The one-inch Ordnance Survey map of England

The new one-inch Ordnance map

The small scale maps of the Ordnance Survey by Col HSL Winterbotham

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Sheet-lines by Brig H StJ L Winterbotham

Progress of the Ordnance Survey 1931-1932

The new road map of Great Britain

The use of the new grid on Ordnance Survey maps by Brig H StJ L Winterbotham

The National Grid on the map of London

The new Ordnance Survey magnetic maps of Great Britain

Celtic earthworks on Salisbury Plain

Population of Great Britain 1931, two-sheet map

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