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Finally it's in a state where we can put it online - again it's one of those really rare mid-1930s Ten Mile Road Maps, so the condition isn't ideal, with some tearing around the fold lines, but it's still quite a lovely thing.
It really fills in the gap between the 1932 and 1934 editions that we've had available for some time now, and allows us to really pin down some of those short-lived 1930s roads, and also combined with others shows us things like the A5103 in Manchester was created in April 1934 (not 1933).
Enjoy the detective work!
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