Online Resources for Researching Old Railways in the UK

This course is about the online resources available to research old railways and other historic locations in the UK.

We will look at the old maps available on the national library of Scotland website – a wonderful resource. The Ordnance Survey published the first series of maps covering the whole of the UK in the 1880s. The NLS has digitized all of these maps and the later map series right through to the 1960s. That means it is possible to view the changes in a landscape or location over time. The course will show how to use online maps to identify the routes of dismantled railways and other items. The course will also look at several other online information sources about the old railways and other historical structures

This course is aimed at those researching railways and other historical sites in the UK. Other countries are not covered but if British history is your thing, I think you’ll find this course useful.

 Ross Maynard

Ross Maynard

I am a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants, and combining strong analytical skills with 25 years’ experience of process improvement and the lean philosophy.

I work as a process improvement consultant and also professional author of business courses for www.accountintcpd.net and www.cpdformula.com.

I live in Scotland, just north of Glasgow with my wife, daughter and Cocker Spaniel.

Estimated Time: 1 hour

Difficulty: Any

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Online Resources for Researching Old Railways in the UK
 Ross Maynard
Ross Maynard