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Os symbols sheet25k

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  • 1. Road generally more than 4 m wide Path Trunk or Main road Secondary road Dual carriageway Motorway Road generally less than 4 m wide Other road, drive or track, fenced and unfenced Not necessarily rights of wayROADS AND PATHS Service Area Junction Number M1 or A6(M) A 31(T) or A35 B 3074 A 35 (V) Vehicle; (P) Passenger Ferry Narrow road with passing places Road under construction Gradient: steeper than 20% (1 in 5) 14% (1 in 7) to 20% (1 in 5) GENERAL FEATURES with tower with spire, minaret, or dome Current or former Place of worship Building; important building Glasshouse Bus or coach station Lighthouse; disused lighthouse; Youth hostel Bunkhouse/camping barn/ other hostel (selected areas only) Landfill site or slag heap Sand pit Gravel pit Other pit or quarry Electricity transmission line Triangulation pillar pylon pole Windmill; with or without sails Wind pump; wind generator Slopes BP BS CH FB MP; MS Mon PO Pol Sta Sch TH Boundary post Boundary stone Clubhouse Footbridge Milepost; milestone Monument Post office Police station School Town Hall Normal tidal limit Well; springW; Spr selected areas only NTL Vegetation limits are defined by positioning of symbols Coniferous trees Non-coniferous trees Coppice Orchard VEGETATION Scrub Marsh, reeds or saltings. Bracken, heath or rough grassland Water Sand; sand and shingle Ground survey height Air survey height 52 284 Surface heights are to the nearest metre above mean sea level. Heights shown close to a triangulation pillar refer to the ground level height at the pillar and not necessarily at the summit HEIGHTS AND NATURAL FEATURES Mud 60 75 50 Loose rock Outcrop Vertical face/cliff Boulders Scree TOURIST AND LEISURE INFORMATION PUBLIC RIGHTS OF WAY Footpath Bridleway Byway open to all traffic Road used as a public path The representation on this map of any other road, track or path is no evidence of the existence of a right of way Not shown on maps of Scotland Station, open to passengers; siding Multiple track Single track Narrow gauge Light Rapid Transit System with station Standard gauge Cutting; tunnel; embankment Road over; road under; level crossing RAILWAYS Recreational route OTHER PUBLIC ACCESS Other routes with public access The exact nature of the rights on these routes and the existence of any restrictions may be checked with the local highway authority. Alignments are based on the best information available. Permitted footpath Permitted bridleway Footpaths and bridleways along which landowners have permitted public use but which are not rights of way. The agreement may be withdrawn. Off road cycle routes See note below National Trail / Long Distance Route; Beacon Mast : ? t Y E ( Site of antiquity Site of battle (with date) ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL INFORMATION Roman Non-Roman Visible earthwork 1066 BOUNDARIES National Unitary Authority (UA), Metropolitan District (Met Dist), London Borough (LB) or District Civil Parish (CP) or Community (C) Constituency (Const), Electoral Region (ER) or Burgh Const National Park County Place of worship Explorer™ series (1:25 000 scale) Explorer Map symbols NB. Due to changes in specification there are differences on some sheets Ordnance Survey, OS and the OS Symbol are registered trademarks, and Explorer is a trademark of Ordnance Survey, the national mapping agency of Great Britain. Made, printed and published by Ordnance Survey, Southampton, United Kingdom. For educational use only. September 2004 © Crown copyright 2004. All rights reserved ACCESS LAND Firing and test ranges in the area. Danger! Observe warning notices DANGER AREA Portrayal of access land on this map is intended as a guide to land which is normally available for access on foot, for example access land created under the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000, and land managed by the National Trust, Forestry Commission and Woodland Trust. Access for other activities may also exist. Some restrictions will apply; some land will be excluded from open access rights. The depiction of rights of access does not imply or express any warranty as to its accuracy or completeness. Observe local signs and follow the Countryside Code. Access land boundary and tint Access land in wooded area Access information point Access permitted within managed controls, for example, local byelaws MANAGED ACCESS Public Convenience Water activites Building of historic interest Cadw (Welsh heritage) Caravan site Castle / fort Cathedral / Abbey Country park Cycle trail English Heritage property Fishing Garden / arboretum Golf course or links Information centre Horse riding Nature reserve Other tourist feature Parking Picnic site Preserved railway Public house/s Recreation / leisure / sports centre Telephone (public / motoring organisation / emergency) Theme / pleasure park Slipway Viewpoint Visitor centre Walks / trails Forestry Commission visitor centre National Trust property Museum Camp site Information centre, seasonal Camping and caravan site National Park Information Point Park and ride, all year / seasonal

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