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Maps of Ireland Quarter inch

Quarter Inch refers to the scale of one inch to four miles (1: 253,440). The quarter inch map series was planned as 16 sheets but only 4 were published - 2, 5, 11 and 16 - between 1914 and 1922. Sheets 2 and 5 cover the eastern two thirds of Northern Ireland. Sheet 11 covers most of Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow counties. Sheet 16 covers most of county Wexford and parts of adjacent counties. Sheet 2 was reprinted in 1935 with adjacent Scotland coloured. Sheet 5 – Belfast - was reprinted in 1965. These unrevised sheets have a nineteenth century look inherited from the topographic plates. . Click to view Index Map
Map of Ireland
A British Geological Survey 1:250,000 UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator) series includes the surrounding continental shelf in cooperation with neighbouring geological surveys of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, France and Ireland. It covers the North Sea, the Channel and the Irish Sea.
Sheet
50°N 10°W - Solid
Region
Haig Fras/Labadie Bank (SE of Cork)
Description
Colour print, Folded, as New
£7
Sheet
51°N 08°W - Solid
Region
Nymphe Bank (SE of Cork)
Description
Price
Colour print, Folded, as New
Price
£7

UTM Series

We have ex-shop stock of some of the British Geological Survey's UTM 1:250,000 series in nearly very good to as new condition at 7.50. They currently (2009) are listed in the BGS catalogue at £13.50. All are folded, colour printed and measuring 34"x35". Our stock include the following sheets which include Irish territorial waters:
  1. 50°N 10°W Haig Fras/Labadie Bank S (south of Cork)
  2. 51°N 08°W Nymphe Bank S (off Cork)
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