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1 Historic Digimap

2 What is Historic Digimap? JISC funded service Provides access to historic maps from 1843 – late 1990s, for users at subscribing colleges/universities Users must login with their college/university network, but no individual registration required EDINA design and host the service:

3 What historic maps? Town Plan maps at 1:500, 1:528 and 1:1056 scales published from 1848 and 1939, for towns with a population in excess of 4000 at the time of survey, County Series maps at 1:2,500 and 1:10560 scales published between 1846 and 1969, National Grid maps at 1:1,250, 1:2,500 and 1:10560/10,000 scales, published from 1948 – 1996 (before the introduction of the Ordnance Survey's digital Land-Line product). oric_products.shtml

4 Town plan sample 1895, scale 1:500

5 County series sample 1896, Scale 1:2500

6 National Grid sample 1983, Scale 1:1250

7 Map revisions A map series covers a time period, for example the County Series 1:10560 series ran from the 1840s to the 1960s. Within that time period, the maps were resurveyed periodically and the maps were revised. Not all areas were resurveyed, only those with significant change. 1 st Edition 1849 – 1899 Maps available in blue areas (note this map availability tool is in Historic Download)

8 Map revisions County Series 1 st revision 1888 - 1914

9 Map revisions County Series 2 nd revision 1900 - 1949

10 Map revisions County series 3 rd revision 1922 - 1969

11 Historic Digimap facilities Ancient Roam: view maps, print and download A3/A4 PDF maps Historic Download, download maps – TIFF format

12 Ancient Roam overview Help and navigation Task menu Timeline

13 Ancient Roam maps Fixed scales – user cannot select scale Zoom in and out to different fixed scale map views 5 modern map views – to help you zoom into the right location 12 historic map views – different historical maps viewed at an optimal scale

14 12 Historic map views Plan (most detailed) 4 views1:500 – 1:1250 Street2 views1:2500 Parish2 views1:2500-1:5000 Shire (least detailed) 4 views1:10560

15 Plan view 2

16 Street view1

17 Parish view 1

18 Shire view 2

19 Search Place name, full postcode or grid reference search options Place name database does not include street names

20 Viewing historical maps The Timeline is located above the map pane. The timeline is not activated until a historical map is generated. Shows the availability of historical maps over each decade, for the current location and view level. Simply click on a decade to view the available map. Currently selected decade is highlighted in red Decades in blue mean there are maps available for that decade. Where there is more than one map available in a decade, the earliest map is shown. Decades in grey mean there are no historical maps available for that decade, at that location and map view. Your decade selection is retained when you move around and zoom in/out..

21 Viewing historical maps No available maps? Search again Pan around Zoom in or out Try a different decade

22 Viewing historical maps Click and drag the red box to move to a new location

23 Viewing historical maps To zoom in/out of the map, you can: Double click to zoom in Use the mouse scroll wheel to zoom in or out. Use the drag zoom tool to zoom to a specific area. Select the tool, then click on the map and drag to draw a box where you want to zoom. Use the zoom slider bar to zoom in or out:

24 Viewing historical maps Pan around: Click and drag the map i.e. click and hold the left mouse button, then drag to move the map. Use the navigation control to move north, south, east or west:

25 Overlapping maps Overlapping map selection tool will be highlighted in red if overlapping maps occur (happens when neighbouring counties surveyed the same area more than once in the same time period – the maps are on top of each other in Ancient Roam) Sometimes overlapping maps cause blurring, as above

26 Overlapping maps Select a county from the list to display only one map

27 2 up view

28 Select the decades for the maps that you wish to view by clicking the decades in the Timelines. Click or to return to the one map view

29 Map Information

30 Map details Click then once anywhere on map - Map series, tile, publication year…we do not have survey year for England and Wales county series

31 MyMaps Click here to save maps Available anytime you login Give you details such as View, date of creation

32 Save a map image Save a PNG map image to your computer, insert into documents Click the save as image to disk icon in the top right

33 Save a map image A new browser window opens: Right click on image, select Save Image as…or Save picture as

34 Print PDF map Click Print icon opens new window Preview map area Options – title, grid lines, include annotations A3/A4 PDF maps Include copyright statement

35 Select map data product Click on any map series to select it for download

36 Select product 2 Select Original map sheets, National Grid tiles or both

37 Search & Select Tiles screen Select tiles here…once you are in the right location Search, select map edition List of selected tiles appears here

38 Search Additional search option – Historic County or Parish

39 Select tiles Once you are in the right location, and can see tiles marked on the map… Click Select tiles and click on the map to select the tiles of interest

40 Select tiles Selected tiles are highlighted on the map in red Selected tiles are in the list on the right

41 Download screen Here, you: your order and confirm your details, 2.refine your data order, 3.order your data. 1. Name your order, confirm email address

42 Download screen 2. Refine your data order – you can delete any unwanted tiles here. Note that map sheets are included automatically, if you asked for map sheets AND National Grid tiles at the start

43 Download screen 3. Select zip option and order data

44 Confirmation received You will receive an on-scren confirmation, which explains: You will receive an email when your order is ready. That your order will typically be ready within 48 hours (although generally it is much faster). You can check the status of your order on the My Account page My Account page

45 Email received when ready Includes a link to collect data – note you must already be logged in to Historic Digimap to use the link

46 Collect data

47 Data download file contents Unzip the zip file to see the contents Sub-folder for National Grid tiles and map sheets….IF you requested both!

48 Data download file contents National Grid folder: A TIFF file, for each tile of map data you selected. An ESRI tfw world file, for each map data tile. These files are read by ESRI GIS software to place the TIFF map image in the correct geographic location – KEEP THESE FILES IN THE SAME FOLDER AS THE TIFF FILES. A MapInfo tab world file which is read by MapInfo GIS software to place the TIFF map image in the correct geographic location

49 Data download file contents Map sheets folder: A TIFF file, for each original map sheet you selected. A MapInfo tab world file which is read by MapInfo GIS software to place the TIFF map image in the correct geographic location

50 My Account My Account allows you to view details of your data orders and to check their status

51 My Account Click on any order to see details Resend order collection email option

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