Product images of Ordnance Survey map of Kent
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Ordnance Survey map of Kent
This map was the result of the first series of surveys made by the newly-founded Ordnance Survey in the 1790s. The Royal Observatory was used by the Survey as a triangulation point and a tower was constructed over what is now the Meridian Building to support their instruments. The scale is 1 inch to 1 mile.
- Image reference: E7150
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London