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OSNI Road Map

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Road Map of Northern Ireland
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Publisher:  Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland
Scale:  1:253,440
First Published:  1926
Final Publication:  1961
SABRE Maps layer:  Yes
The 1953 edition shown on SABRE Maps.

The Road Map of Northern Ireland series were official maps showing classified roads.

They were the Northern Ireland equivalents of the MoT Maps and the Ten-Mile Road Maps as published in Great Britain, but at a consistent Quarter-Inch scale which meant that Northern Ireland could be covered in a single sheet. They displayed as many road numbers as possible, but did not feature expanded coverage of the main urban areas.

The first maps were published in 1926, meaning that the original NI numbering scheme as published in December 1923 do not have a mapping series associated with it.

The 1939 edition is also the location of the earliest known mapping that shows the original T and L numbering within the section of the Republic of Ireland shown on the edges of the map.

SABRE Maps coverage

SABRE Maps has full coverage of a number of NI Road Maps.




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