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Sheetlines Articles: Issues 1-80 (1981-2007)


Issue80, page70 , Theodolite diaphragms, Richard T Porter, 2007
Issue80, page69-70 , East German mapping, John Davies, 2007
Issue80, page65-67 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2007
Issue80, page58-60 , The early years of the National Grid twenty-five inch map, John Cole, 2007
Issue80, page47-52 , Thumbnail sketches on one-inch map covers from 1945 (part 3), K S Andrews, 2007
Issue80, page6-19 , Why the Ordnance Survey needs its history, Richard Oliver, 2007
Issue80, page5 , The makers of the blueback charts, John Davies, 2007
Issue79, page67-68 , OS mapping of SW Scotland circa 1820, Richard Oliver, 2007
Issue79, page61-63 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2007
Issue79, page44-51 , Slovenia June 2007, John Davies and others, 2007
Issue79, page23-43 , ‘German-Soviet friendship’ and the Warsaw Pact mapping of Britain and Western Europe, J L Cruickshank, 2007
Issue79, page16-17 , Is Folkestone on the road to Killarney?, Rob Wheeler, 2007
Issue79, page10-16 , Thumbnail sketches on one-inch map covers from 1945 (part 2), K S Andrews, 2007
Issue79, page6-7 , Charles Close Society Scotland tour, Gerry Zierler, 2007
Issue79, page4-5 , Visit to Snowflake Software, John Davies, 2007
Issue79, page3-4 , Visit to Landmark Information Group, Ken Hollomby, 2007
Issue78, page65 , H E M Newman, Richard T Porter, 2007
Issue78, page63-64 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2007
Issue78, page62 , The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme: a correction, J L Cruickshank, 2007
Issue78 page51-56 , The Cassini Old Series and Past and Present issues, Richard Oliver, 2007
Issue78, page50 , Russian maps now widely available, John Davies, 2007
Issue78, page44-45 , Further exploration, John Cole, 2007
Issue78, page43 , A survey party pose(r), Richard T Porter, 2007
Issue78, page38-42 , Thumbnail sketches on one-inch map covers from 1945 (part 1), K S Andrews, 2007
Issue78, page32-33 , Comrade Baranow, the bouncing Czech, Penkillan Head and the World Map, John Davies, 2007
Issue78, page9-31 , Unfinished business: the lost Ordnance Survey two-inch mapping of Scotland, 1819-1828 and 1852, Richard Oliver, 2007
Issue78, page8 , Visit to Ludlow, Gerry Jarvis, 2007
Issue78, page5-7 , Visit to Ordnance Survey, John Seeley and Mike Cottrell, 2007

Projections & Origins, Brian Adams, David Archer, 2006
Projections & Origins, 198 years and 153 meridians, 152 defunct , Brian Adams (1998/9), reprinted 2006
Projections & Origins, An Irish miscellany includes:
I - The Projection of the original One-inch Map of Ireland (and of Scotland); II - Combined sheets of the Irish one-inch coloured edition; III - County Origins of Ireland, Brian Adams (1990/91), reprinted 2006
Projections & Origins, Ordnance Survey County Series plans – sheet line data, Great Britain and Isle of Man , Brian Adams , reprinted 2006
Projections & Origins, Ordnance Survey County Series plans – origins and sheet line data, Ireland , Brian Adams , reprinted 2006

Issue77, page70-71 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2006
Issue77, page66-67 , An unusual collection, John Cole, 2006
Issue77, page59-65 , Living on the edge, Chris Higley, 2006
Issue77, page57 , Updating the update, John Cole, 2006
Issue77, page51 , Russian mapping of Britain – recent discoveries, John Davies, 2006
Issue77, page27-51 , The sheet sizes and Delamere sheet lines of the one-inch Old Series, Richard Oliver, 2006
Issue77, page5-20 , Kaiser Bill thought he knew where you lived, John L Cruickshank, 2006
Issue76, page61 , Fool’s gold, John Cole, 2006
Issue76, page59-61 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2006
Issue76, page46-51 , The transformation of the Ordnance Survey under Colby: a view from the Fens, R C Wheeler, 2006
Issue76, page45 , Visit to Alan Godfrey Maps, John Davies, 2006
Issue76, page39-44 , Expedition to Riga, Alexander Kent and others, 2006
Issue76, page14-28 , One-inch New Popular map covers distinguished, K S Andrews, 2006
Issue75, page47 , Not in tham thar hills!, Richard T Porter, 2006
Issue75, page43-44 , Uncle Joe goes worldwide, John Davies, 2006
Issue75, page26-27 , A survey party pose(r), Richard Oliver, 2006
Issue75, page24-25 , Cutting the cloth – when did they do it, K S Andrews, 2006
Issue75, page19 , Jenny Twigg and her daughter Tib, John Cole, 2006
Issue75, page13-18 , The French ‘Type 1922’ series, R C Wheeler, 2006
Issue75, p2-4 , Brian W Adams, C Ian M O’Brien, 2006
Issue74, page48-50 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2005
Issue74, page41-42 , Pole Hill and the meridians, John Davies, 2005
Issue74, page39-40 , Bench marks on postcards, Richard Oliver, 2005
Issue74, page36-39 , More 1:100,000 sheet lines, Richard Oliver, 2005
Issue74, page34-35 , Testing the enhancement (part 2), John Cole, 2005
Issue74, page28-32 , What is a place?, R C Wheeler, 2005
Issue74, page17-23 , The spread of Welsh on Seventh Series one-inch maps, K S Andrews, 2005
Issue74, page13-16 , Soviet military mapping of Britain study day, John Davies, 2005
Issue74, page9-12 , Soviet military mapping, David Watt, 2005
Issue73, page56-58 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2005
Issue73, page53 , Survey methods: corrections and additions, John Cole, 2005
Issue73, page52 , Not in them thar hills!, John Cole, 2005
Issue73, page39-52 , The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme and the Ordnance Survey (part 2), J L Cruickshank, 2005
Issue73, page24 , Tidal tales, John Cole, 2005
Issue73, page21 , ‘New one-inch series’ and parish boundaries, Richard T Porter, 2005
Issue73, page6-20 , Uncle Joe knew where you lived. Soviet mapping of Britain (part 2), John Davies, 2005
Issue72, page60 , But for the grace of God …, John Cole, 2005
Issue72, page56-57 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2005
Issue72, page49 , Poetic licence, Richard T Porter, 2005
Issue72, page48-49 , Following Alan to Looe, John Cole, 2005
Issue72, page47-48 , The treatment of works projected or in progress, R C Wheeler, 2005
Issue72, page46 , Testing the enhancement (part 1), John Cole, 2005
Issue72, page42-45 , Grassholm Island and The Smalls: Cassini relics, K S Andrews, 2005
Issue72, page26-38 , Uncle Joe knew where you lived. Soviet mapping of Britain (part 1), John Davies, 2005
Issue72, page9-22 , The Reichsamt für Landesaufnahme and the Ordnance Survey (part 1), J L Cruickshank, 2005
Issue71, page63-64 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2004
Issue71, page52-56 , Popular revision: lessons from Leicester, R C Wheeler, 2004
Issue71, page50-51 , Fingerprints all over it, John Davies, 2004
Issue71, page40-49 , Paul Baker: not quite as expected .. a mappy ramble, Richard Oliver, 2004
Issue71, page24-35 , Air photo mosaics: a short-term solution to topographic map revision in Great Britain 1944-51, Dr Christopher Board, 2004
Issue71, page22-23 , Coloured urban roads on the one-inch Third Edition, R C Wheeler, 2004
Issue71, page15-16 , Cornish Explorers – B editions, John Cole, 2004
Issue71, page9 , Amendments to provisional list of 1:2500 bypassed plans, John Cole, 2004
Issue70, page61-62 , Let consistency be the goal!, John Cole, 2004
Issue70, page55-56 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2004
Issue70, page26-27 , The use of one-inch maps by a railway promoter, R C Wheeler, 2004
Issue70, page8-9 , Uncommon boundary mereings on the OS large scale map, John Cole, 2004
Issue69, page54 , 1:1250 survey methods, John Cole, 2004
Issue69, page50-52 , The principal problem, John Cole, 2004
Issue69, page46-47 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2004
Issue69, page41-41 , The tale of the Hagstrom gift-wrap, John Davies, 2004
Issue69, page36-37 , Buying an Ordnance Map, 1825, R C Wheeler, 2004
Issue69, page31-34 , 1:25,000 First Series, Regular Edition, John Cole, 2004
Issue69, page29-30 , Difficulties with Land-Line data, R C Wheeler, 2004
Issue69, page15-19 , German military maps of UK & Ireland of World War II, R C Wheeler, 2004, J L Cruickshank, 2004
Issue69, page11-14 , Postscript to Aberystwyth, R C Wheeler, 2004
Issue68, page51-52 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2003
Issue68, page26-31 , German maps of England of World War II and associated publications, R C Wheeler, 2003
Issue67, page51-52 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2003
Issue66, page46-47 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2003
Issue65, page56-58 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2002
Issue64, page45-46 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2002
Issue63, page52-53 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2002
Issue62, page76-77 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2001
Issue61, page31-33 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2001
Issue60, page43-45 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2001
Issue59, page51-52 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2000
Issue59, page40-43 , C-roads on signposts and maps, Richard Oliver, 2000
Issue58, page41-42 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2000
Issue57, page41-42 , Kerry musings, David Archer, 2000
Issue55, page11-15 , Some aspects of survey for the 1:10,000 map, John Cole, 1999
Issue52, page25-29 , Some observations on collecting OS maps, Richard Oliver, 1998
Issue50, page3-8 , The maps of the Ordnance Survey as they are and as they ought to be, John Cruickshank, 1997
Issue47, page8-36 , The rivals: notes on some intermediate-scale commercial topographic map series of Britain & Ireland since 1868, Richard Oliver, 1996
Issue44, page11-19 , One-inch engraved maps with hills: some notes on double printing, Roger Hellyer, 1995
Issue39, page28-36 , Small scale maps of the Western front, John Cruickshank, 1994
Issue39, page6-9 , Twenty years of the Ordnance Survey 1:50,000 map, Richard Oliver, 1994
Issue38, page15-18 , Parallel to the meridian of Butteron Hill – do I laugh or cry, Brian Adams, 1994
Issue38, page1-4 , Kenneth Guy Messenger, Richard Oliver, 1994
Issue35, page14-26 , George Victor du Noyer, Petra Coffey, 1993
Issue34, page1-9 , A man for his time? Sir Charles Arden-Close 1865-1952, C I M O'Brien, 1992
Issue32, page34 , What happened at Hendon Central in 1941?, Guy Messenger, 1992
Issue30, page4-5 , A record copy of the one-inch Irish hill map, J H Andrews, 1991
Issue18, p2-9 , OS Covers – A glossary of terms, John Cruickshank and David Archer, 1987
Issue2, p3-5 , Charles Frederick Arden-Close, anon, 1981