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  • This is the correct email for Richard Dean - Carto@^$1 John On 22/02/2017 11:46, John Davies wrote: Try Maps@^$2 but he may have retired from the business. John On 22/02/2017 09:04, Rob Pearce pearcerngk@^$3 [ordnancemaps] wrote: On Richard Dean's map, Canals of Birmingham , there is a massive display of tramroads / waggonways associated with the canals. It appears to show all the...
    John Davies 1 Mar
  • Try Maps@^$1 but he may have retired from the business. John On 22/02/2017 09:04, Rob Pearce pearcerngk@^$2 [ordnancemaps] wrote: On Richard Dean's map, Canals of Birmingham , there is a massive display of tramroads / waggonways associated with the canals. It appears to show all the routes which existed at some time or other. I had no idea there were this many in the area. I am as...
    John Davies 22 Feb
  • Ed, Would you be wiling to write a review of the new 'quarter-inch' series for Sheetlines? John
    John Davies Sep 17, 2016
  • Two editions of Old Series sheets 1-90 (south of Preston to Hull) are now viewable online on the Charles Close Society website. The first dates from 1830s, before the railway age, the other the 1860s. You can search by place name or by selecting from index diagram. See https://www.charlesclosesociety.org/oldseries John
    John Davies Jul 30, 2016
  • The Landranger index map is now restored to its rightful place at http://www.charlesclosesociety.org/indexes together with all the other Series index maps created by Chris Higley. Sorry for its previous absence, John On 21/10/2015 20:22, chris@^$1 [ordnancemaps] wrote: > > Um, The OS website does seem to have been revised to make this diagram > more difficult (or impossible) to...
    John Davies Oct 22, 2015
  • In response to recent discussions here, an experimental 'small ads' pagehas been set up on the CCS website. By chance, a 'for sale' notice arrived this very day and can be viewed at http://www.charlesclosesociety.org/smallads The page is open to view by all. CCS members whose names are on the Society email list will be notified when the page is updated. CCS members can be added to...
    John Davies Oct 12, 2015
  • Is anyone interested in the substantive point ('for sale' and 'wanted') rather than mocking the typo? John On 08/10/2015 11:44, 'Jeff' genealogy.barnsley@^$1 [ordnancemaps] wrote: > > In this case the "I's" don't have it. >
    John Davies Oct 9, 2015
  • Interesting idea. Several possible models come to mind. Could simply be listings like the small ads column in local paper or could be more sophisticated with online sales using paypal etc. Could be within CCS website or could be stand-alone (as this discussion group). It's not practicable to include 'one-offs' in the CCS online shop. Ideas and suggestions needed! Also, hugely...
    John Davies Oct 8, 2015
  • Query received from Goldsage@^$1, *Sue Simonich *historical researcher Goldsage@^$2 If you can help, PLEASE REPLY ALL ====================== I am looking for detailed information regarding archaeological features that appear on an early (1811) OS map for Lulworth St. Andrew in Dorset. I am interested in learning if there are surviving archaeological field surveys that provided...
    John Davies Oct 6, 2015
  • The two messages below have been recently received at CCS website. Anyone wishing to pursue these items should contact the senders directly - do not reply to this message. John ============== FROM skyefarrant@^$1 Good Afternoon, I am emailing you today regarding some maps i have that may be of interest to you. I own 8 maps in total and they are maps of Caves in Ireland and Wales...
    John Davies Aug 19, 2015