The Charles Close Society for the study of Ordnance Survey maps

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GSGS 3036 England 2½-inch (1:25,344) sheet 128W, with British system grid

70. See also sheets 85NE (no.79), 128E (no.22). The life of the military map of East Anglia at the real 2½-inch scale was extended after the first world war until the second in two phases: first, in 1925 by adding the British system grid, then, in 1931, adopting instead the Modified British system grid. In 1935 there were instructions to call in and destroy all surviving copies of the 1925 map. None are held by the Military Survey collection now in the British Library: this copy is a rare survivor of this process.

From a copy in a private collection