Collins Road Atlas: Britain: 1993
In this revised and updated edition, the maps, mostly at 3.2 miles to 1 inch, have been computer generated from a digital database. They now feature a road classification system showing more distinction between trunk roads, primary routes and "A" roads (non primary). In addition, the maps now include more minor roads, main roads with passing places, railway lines, more names and more tourist information. There are 21 pages of detailed urban area maps of major population centres, scaled at 1 inch to 1 mile, which offer mapping of routes through, within and around these traffic-congested areas. In addition, 58 city and town centre plans contain information useful for town centre driving. There is also an eight-page section of London maps and plans which covers the M25, Greater and Central London. The whole atlas is colour-coded for ease of reference, enabling each section to be readily identified. The binding allows the atlas to be opened flat.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 287 x 385mm
- 24 Sep 1992
- HarperCollins Publishers
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- 132pp full colour maps and plans