Digital Maps and Geospatial Data | Princeton University
[Geological Survey of England and Wales : one inch to the mile map. New Series.] Marlborough, drift, sheet 266
- Southampton : Director General, Ordnance Survey, 1925.
Geological Survey of Great Britain. Great Britain. Geological Survey of England and Wales. Sheet 266 drift. Great Britain. Ordnance Survey of England. North Decimal Degree 51.533300. South Decimal Degree 51.3500. East Decimal Degree -1.6667. West Decimal Degree -2.0833. In upper left margin: Ordnance Survey of Great Britain. Relief shown by contour interval and spot heights. Transverse Mercator projection. National grid system. "Original Geological Survey on the one-inch scale published on Sheets 14 & 34, Old Series, 1857. Cretaceous and Tertiary rocks surveyed on the six-inch scale, 1888-1895. Revised in parts and Jurassic rocks surveyed on the six-inch scale by H. G. Dines, et al, 1923-4. Transferred to the New Series Map and published 1925.".
- Cross section, Geology, and England—Maps
- Call number:
- G5751.C5.s63.E5W3 sh 266 (d)
- Held by:
- Rights Statement:
- No Known Copyright
Princeton University Library reasonably believes that the Item is not restricted by copyright or related rights, but a conclusive determination could not be made.
You are free to use this Item in any way that is permitted by the copyright and related rights legislation that applies to your use.
Princeton University Library claims no copyright or license governing this digital resource. It is provided for free, on a non-commercial, open-access basis, for fair-use academic and research purposes only. Anyone who claims copyright over any part of these resources and feels that they should not be presented in this manner is invited to contact Princeton University Library, who will in turn consider such concerns and make every effort to respond appropriately. We request that users reproducing this resource cite it according to the guidelines described at https://library.princeton.edu/special-collections/policies/forms-citation.