This illustrated history gives a vivid account of the development of Great Britain's national mapping agency, from 1791 to 1992 charting the organisation's development through 2 centuries of war and peace, through to its present position at the forefront of technological development in land surveying and map making.
Ordnance Survey is Britain's national mapping agency, responsible for the official, definitive mapping of the whole country. They produce and market a wide range of maps for educational and leisure purposes, as well as producing computer data products for government, business and administrative use.
Map Makers to Britain Since 1791 by Ordnance Survey
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