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Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
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177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 100
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Historical Aerial Photography Published 1999 This aerial photography was produced by Getmapping, these vertical aerial photographs provide a seamless, full colour survey of the whole of Great Britain
Historical Aerial Photography - Segment A18
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Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
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177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
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Historical Map - Slice A
Ordnance Survey County Series 1:10,560 Ordnance Survey Plan 1:10,000 1:10,000 Raster Mapping
Historical Mapping Legends
Historical Mapping & Photography included:
Kent Essex Kent Essex Kent Kent Essex Essex Kent Kent Essex Historical Aerial Photography Ordnance Survey Plan Kent Ordnance Survey Plan Ordnance Survey Plan Ordnance Survey Plan Gravesend Ordnance Survey Plan London Ordnance Survey Plan 10K Raster Mapping 10K Raster Mapping VectorMap Local
1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,000 1:10,560 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:25,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000
1869 - 1870 1873 - 1875 1898 - 1899 1898 - 1899 1910 1910 1921 1921 1931 1938 1938 1949 1950 1951 1961 - 1969 1967 1975 - 1976 1977 1984 1985 1993 - 1996 1999 2006 2018
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Mapping Type Scale Date Pg
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Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
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Russian Map - Slice A
Russian Military Mapping Legends
Historical Mapping & Photography included:
Kent Essex Kent Essex Kent Kent Essex Essex Kent Kent Essex Historical Aerial Photography Ordnance Survey Plan Kent Ordnance Survey Plan Ordnance Survey Plan Ordnance Survey Plan Gravesend Ordnance Survey Plan London Ordnance Survey Plan 10K Raster Mapping 10K Raster Mapping VectorMap Local
1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,560 1:10,000 1:10,560 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:25,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000 1:10,000
1869 - 1870 1873 - 1875 1898 - 1899 1898 - 1899 1910 1910 1921 1921 1931 1938 1938 1949 1950 1951 1961 - 1969 1967 1975 - 1976 1977 1984 1985 1993 - 1996 1999 2006 2018
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Mapping Type Scale Date Pg
Key to Numbers on Mapping
TQ48_London No. Description 73 100 274
Factory (Cars) Factory (Cables) Storage (Flammable And Lubricant Materials)
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Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
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Kent Published 1869 - 1870 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Essex Published 1873 - 1875 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Kent Published 1898 - 1899 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Essex Published 1898 - 1899 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Kent Published 1910 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Kent Published 1910 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Essex Published 1921 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Essex Published 1921 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Kent Published 1931 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Kent Published 1938 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Essex Published 1938 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent surveys of a single county or group of counties, giving rise to significant inaccuracies in outlying areas. In the late 1940`s, a Provisional Edition was produced, which updated the 1:10,560 mapping from a number of sources. The maps appear unfinished - with all military camps and other strategic sites removed. These maps were initially overprinted with the National Grid. In 1970, the first 1:10,000 maps were produced using the Transverse Mercator Projection. The revision process continued until recently, with new editions appearing every 10 years or so for urban areas.
Historical Map - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Historical Aerial Photography Published 1949 Source map scale - 1:10,560 The Historical Aerial Photos were produced by the Ordnance Survey at a scale of 1:1,250 and 1:10,560 from Air Force photography. They were produced between 1944 and 1951 as an interim measure, pending preparation of conventional mapping, due to post war resource shortages. New security measures in the 1950's meant that every photograph was re- checked for potentially unsafe information with security sites replaced by fake fields or clouds. The original editions were withdrawn and only later made available after a period of fifty years although due to the accuracy of the editing, without viewing both revisions it is not easy to spot the edits. Where available Landmark have included both revisions. © Landmark Information Group and/or Data Suppliers 2010.
Historical Aerial Photography - Slice A
Map Name(s) and Date(s)
Order Details
Site Details Thames Power Services Ltd, Chequers Lane, DAGENHAM, RM9 6PF
Order Number: Customer Ref: National Grid Reference: Slice: Site Area (Ha): Search Buffer (m):
177662767_1_1 TBC 549090, 182120 A 17.97 1000
Tel: Fax: Web:
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Ordnance Survey Plan Published 1950 Source map scale - 1:10,000 The historical maps shown were reproduced from maps predominantly held at the scale adopted for England, Wales and Scotland in the 1840`s. In 1854 the 1:2,500 scale was adopted for mapping urban areas; these maps were used to update the 1:10,560 maps. The published date given therefore is often some years later than the surveyed date. Before 1938, all OS maps were based on the Cassini Projection, with independent…