2 edition of Taylor & Skinner"s survey and maps ofthe roads of North Britain or Scotland found in the catalog.
Taylor & Skinner"s survey and maps ofthe roads of North Britain or Scotland
by Published for the authors as the act directs & sold by D. Wilson & G. Nicol in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Maps of the roads of Scotland., Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland., Taylor and Skinner"s survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland.|
|Statement||George Taylor, Andren (i.e. Andrew) Skinner.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 atlas ((3), 61 p.,1 folded leaf of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||61|
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G Taylor and A Skinner's Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland, Plate 29 - The Road from Edinburgh to Fochabers by Huntly, continued from North Esk Bridge. Plate 30 - Road from Edinburgh, by Brechine, Banchory & Monymusk, continued to Old Rain, where it joins the Road from Aberdeen to Huntly; Road.
George Taylor and Andrew Skinner were surveyors who had already surveyed the roads of Scotland and the postroad from London to Bath. Inthey sought funding from Ireland’s noblemen and gentlemen in order to map the roads of Ireland. They succeeded in raising over £2, which paid for their survey costs, two additional surveyors and sixteen assistants.
Indexed and fully searchable version of George Taylor and Andrew Skinner's "Maps of the Roads of Ireland", as Surveyed duringcontaining maps and over 1, routes. All the maps have been scanned and available in a pan and zoom control, similar to google maps, to show each map in detail, with linked coordinates to key locations such.
G Taylor and A Skinner's Survey and maps of the roads of North Britain or Scotland, Introduction. Although John Ogilby had published a strip road atlas for England and Wales a century earlier, George Taylor and Andrew Skinner's. Taylor and Skinner's maps of the roads of Ireland, surveyed Paperback – J by George Taylor (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all 9 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 3/5(1). This edition also contains a new large-scale 'accurate' map of Ireland. Taylor and Skinner's road maps of Ireland (and their books for Scotland, England and the USA) were a phenomenal achievement for their day, and remains an essential research tool for the late eighteenth century.
This title is a : Multimedia CD. Taylor and Skinner Road Map of Ireland This remarkable and exceptionally rare edition of the first road map of Ireland. The maps were commissioned by the House of Commons in Ireland, and contain pages of maps.
The index for these detailed maps. Taylor & Skinner's Survey and Maps of the Roads of North Britain or Scotland to His Grace John.
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Taylor and Skinner's Maps of the Roads of Ireland, Surveyed George Taylor (Geographer), Andrew Skinner No preview available - George Taylor (Geographer)., Andrew Skinner No preview available - Taylor & Skinner, Survey and Maps of the Roads of North Britain or Scotland, London, published by the authorsarmorial bookplate for John Harvey Esq.
CONDITION REPORT: Cover is very scruffy. Loss of most of marbled paper to front cover. Corners and edges bashed. Top right hand corner slightly creased and very slightly bent inwards. Taylor and Skinner's Maps of the Roads of Ireland, Surveyed (Paperback or Softback) by Geographer)., George Taylor and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Road Maps of Ireland in Taylor & Skinner: Maps of the Roads of Ireland Surveyed Item Preview.
TAYLOR (GEORGE) and ANDREW SKINNER Taylor and Skinner's Survey and Maps of the Roads of North Britain, or Scotland, engraved title (loss to top, repaired), folding engraved map of Scotland (repaired to margin), 59 (of 61) engraved strip maps (lacking 25 staining to the margin of some and repaired to the margins of ), nineteenth century calf by Jackson's.
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Some features of this site may not work without it. - Taylor and Skinner - Road Atlas of Scotland - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Priced at 12 shillings, George Taylor and Andrew Skinner's published "Survey and Maps of The Roads of North Britain, or Scotland" was essentially Scotland's first 'road atlas' - The maps here, coloured from the originals, were 4/5(1).
The resulting maps at a scale of 1 inch to yards provide a wealth of information about Scotland at that time, including roads. This section gives the background to the survey and provides an overview of the road network in the south of Scotland in. Synopsis Scale:5 miles to 1 inch.
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A record of Edward's movements during his expeditions in Scotland that contains many clues to the network of roads in Scotland at that time.
See page 82 and following for itinerary and pages for maps of each expedition with explanatory text. on narrow winding roads. Some country roads are too narrow for two cars to pass, so make use of the shoulders, where one driver can move to the side of the road and give way to oncoming traffic.
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