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  • Re: Use of OS exam extracts for teaching

    I remember using a small sheet with the Isle of Man. That would have been around 62 - 65. Peter ... Peter On 2017-04-21 09:18, 'Gerry Nichols (btinternet)'

    g1cei 5 days ago
  • Re: Notes on Map Reading

    In a collection of OS maps in an estate I have found the following: a.. Notes on Map Reading HMSO 1929 with Amendments 1-4 1939 b.. The HistorianÆs Guide to

    gerald419781 5 days ago
  • Re: Use of OS exam extracts for teaching

    Doing Southern Universities Joint Board O level Geography in 1962, I seem to remember a 6th Edition extract of the Norfolk Broads Ă» hardly the most taxing

    gerald419781 5 days ago

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