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Map of Achriesgill, 1910

Historic map of Achriesgill, Highlands

Achriesgill, 1910

Scale: 1:50,000. Ref: RNC619572
Ordnance Survey Revised New Colour Edition Series

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Explore the Revised New Map Series (Colour)

Surveyed and Revised 1842-1898. Published in colour 1897-1904. Scale is 1:50,000.

In late 1896, the Ordnance Survey concluded that sales of the new maps to civilians would help subsidise the costs, a consideration which helped drive forward production of the first colour one-inch map the following year. Even then, the debate continued, and some features, such as the use of green for woodland (which only appeared on sheets 1 to 73, north of the Preston to Hull line), were amended as the series progressed. Although the final results were something of a compromise between the often incompatible aims of the military, the Treasury and the Ordnance Survey, the Revised New Series in colour stands as an elegant portrait of late-Victorian Britain.

Sample of a Revised New Series (Colour) Map
A sample of a 1:50,000 scale Revised New Series Colour Map.

The Revised New Map Series (Colour) is an immaculate record of a vibrant society on the threshold of a still greater period of development and urbanisation. It records countless reminders of the past, many of which were about to be swept away for good.

For local historians, this is the final record of your part of the country before the changes brought by the motor car. If your interest is genealogical, the series coincides with the 1901 Census, showing the landscape your ancestors inhabited.

Whatever your reason for being interested in your area’s past, prepared to be entranced by these maps – enlarged and combined to match the present-day OS Landrangers, they will reveal secrets of a familiar landscape you never knew existed.

Sample of a New Popular Edition Series Map
Key for Revised New Series (Colour) Maps, as shown on Folded Sheet Maps.
Sample of a Revised New Series Colour Map
A sample of a Revised New Series Colour Map