Cassini Box Set - History of Haltwhistle & Brampton (1866-1925)

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Cassini’s printed maps are digitally enhanced reproductions of original Ordnance Survey maps re-projected and enlarged and reprinted to match the present-day Ordnance Survey Landrangers®. Comparing the past and present has never been easier.
Cassini Box Set - History of Haltwhistle & Brampton (1866-1925)

1:50,000 scale
2 cm to 1 km or 1¼ inches to 1 mile

Cassini 3-map Box Sets are a set of three matching Cassini maps from three different periods, designed to appeal to anyone who wants to discover the hidden history of their local landscape.

These maps are taken from Ordnance Survey's Old Series, Revised New Series and Popular Edition maps. Britain's 19th-century landscape re-projected and enlarged to match the present-day Ordnance Survey Landrangers Each map in the box has been carefully scanned, digitally re-projected and enlarged to match the present-day Ordnance Survey Landranger series. By using the same sheet numbers and grid references these Cassini maps allow the reader a direct comparisons between the historical and contemporary map with ease and accuracy.

Key features include:

  • Same map names and numbers as the equivalent Ordnance Survey Landranger
  • Digitally enhanced cartography
  • British National Grid for ease of reference
  • Locator map featuring modern-day settlements
  • Sheet indicator showing maps used
  • Robust laminated cover with contemporary illustration
  • A full history and overview of Ordnance Survey's 19th-century mapping
  • 3 map box set neatly presented in a plastic display box
More Information
Price£24.99
Product TypeNo
SeriesHistorical Box Sets
Scale1:50,000
ActivityN/A
BrandCASSINI
ContinentEurope
Product CountryEngland
Product RegionNorthumberland
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