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Six-figure grid references Mapwork skills: c. R. Langley
Here is one square from a map. What do these OS symbols stand for?
The four-figure grid reference for this square is Lines meet at bottom left.
In order to give something a six-figure grid reference, imagine the larger square split into one hundred smaller squares
Then add numbers 1 to 10 between the main lines
To work out the six-figure grid reference, first go along the bottom line and calculate the first three figures
The churchs first three figures are
Next, work out the last three figures by going up the side of the square
The last three figures are
So, the six-figure grid reference for the church is
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