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Southend Museum Service will curate all finds recovered from the site and has secured a grant from the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation to develop a community project which will involve local people with the process of finds sorting, recording, conservation, storage, research and display.

This set of Ministry of Transport Road Maps, issued by the Ordnance Survey in 1923 at the half-inch to the mile scale (1:126,720), are the first to accurately show ...

this is absolutely wonderful! I had these maps plus books on ‘under London’ but lost everything due to wreckless partner… this really made me homesick for the Smoke! Well done! Let me know of anything else you do!

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he Postcode boundaries are digitised by hand using the latest air photography to achieve XYZ Maps Xtreme Accuracy standard. This means that the boundaries follow real ground features such as walls, hedges, rivers, roads and railways. The boundaries are as accurate as possible based on interpolation of postcode point locations from Royal Mail and Ordnance Survey Open Data, but if you see any discrepancies let us know and we will investigate.

The Times Survey Atlas of the World (1920) was a landmark folio world atlas, defining the world and its countries in detail for the period after the First World War. It included 112 colour maps, all specially compiled for the Atlas over the previous 5 years, and including many thematic maps, as well as political and topographic maps. Earlier editions of the Times Atlas had been published from 1895, but this was the first Times world atlas with maps prepared by the Edinburgh Geographical Institute of John Bartholomew & Son Ltd . The topographic maps all show layer-coloured relief, whilst charts of the oceans are shaded for bathymetry.

Disbanded in early 1946, 21 Field Squadron (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) was reformed in 1990 for Operation GRANBY, the liberation of Kuwait. Since its reformation the Squadron has supported operations in the Balkans, Iraq and Afghanistan.

221 Field Squadron (Explosive Ordnance Disposal)

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