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Discover the history of Ordnance Survey and modern maps at a talk this month.

Ordnance survey ancient and modern: the history of Ordnance Survey and modern map and data centres talk is at Chatham Library at 7.30pm on Tuesday, 21 February.

Speaker Colin Brown will discuss the story of how Ordnance Survey maps came in to existence, finishing with an outline of the OS products that the mapping and data centres offer today.

This event is free but booking is essential. Phone Chatham Library on 01634 337799.


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