Long-time reader reader and friend of the blog Bev Lloyd pointed out via Facebook that she liked the topographic thing I occasionally do with maps, where I pull them into 3D representations of the contours they cover. I do this with a bit of specialist mapping software, and It can be a useful way of visualising the physical landscape. I did this yesterday in the Anglesey Basin drift shaft post.
Bev asked if I could do one for Brownhills, so I thought I’d use the A-Z as a basemap. The vertical exaggeration is about 5x, but it is to scale.
Since it’s holiday weekend, if anyone want a specific one, I’ll gladly oblige… just comment any requests to this post. Cheers.