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Posted: 05/08/2017 09:15:27
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Thanks for the information about "Sheetlines", being a little/lot ignorant I wasn't aware of the publication or even the Charles Close Society. I've had a look and it seems the most recent publications aren't available on their archive but I will have a good look at those I can access.

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Posted: 05/08/2017 23:05:04
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Membership of the Charles Close Society is the best value £10 a year that I spend. Membership provides substantial discount on their excellent publications and a stimulating, an interesting quarterly journal, occasional specialist reprints, and discount with various map sellers. I heartily recommend the society to anyone interested in OS maps, old or new. IP: 94.193.38.178
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