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Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Another Puzzle from our Ordnance Survey Large Print Collection

In a recent blog we asked for help in identifying the location of one of our Ordnance Survey large prints. The puzzle was kindly solved for us by one of our Facebook followers in a little more than 24 hours. The mystery site was located as St Mary Hill, near Bridgend. From this we were able to identify the film reference number as 92-093, and that it was taken at an altitude of 8,000ft on 13 May 1992.

We have now found another mystery area. All we know about it is that the frame number is 026, and it was probably taken in the 1990s. The village has, what appears to be, a main road running through it. There is a single-track railway nearby.

Can you identify where this is? If so, please let us know.

By Medwyn Parry

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