This weekend, I’ve received some great old maps from a map dealer I’ve discovered online. I haven’t got time to do the full thing here yet, but I thought I’d preview an excerpt here from a 1951 1:25000 scale map of Brownhills. If you’re into maps, this is pure art. Click on the map for a larger version – I’m going to have some fun with these.
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