A new hardback atlas featuring fully updated cartography from Philip's digital database, which has been voted Britain's clearest and most detailed mapping in an independent consumer survey, and now includes speed camera locations. Hardback atlases are popular as gifts and also for self-purchase by heavy users such as business drivers. The 176 pages of standard-scale maps cover Britain at 3 miles to 1 inch (Scottish Highlands and Hebrides at 4 miles to 1 inch). The maps clearly mark service areas, roundabouts and multi-level junctions, and in rural areas distinguishes between roads above and below 4 metres wide - a boon for drivers of wide vehicles. The atlas also includes route-planning maps, M25 and M60 maps, full listings of fixed location speed cameras, distance table, 12 large-scale city approach maps with named arterial roads, 65 extra-detailed town and city plans, airport and port plans. This atlas also provides the increased level of information demanded by the many drivers travelling occasionally to Ireland. The whole island is covered across seven pages - far more than any competitive atlas - and is fully indexed.
There are indexed town plans of Dublin, Cork, Belfast and Londonderry. Across the channel, a full page map shows Calais and Boulogne, and a double page map shows the full extent of the northern French coast including all ferry ports.show more