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postgrph This 'map' was created by putting all the Grid Refs of the original positions of the posts into a spreadsheet.  (Plus 'Post 63' now in the Guildhall Museum).

If you happen to have the excellent Fugawi version of the OS Landranger maps, you can download this
CSV file for Posts 1 to 217.
Import this into Fugawi as a Route and tell it that the first field is UK Ordnance Survey (the other fields will be ignored).
It will plot them all prettily for you.

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Images below produced from the www.old-maps.co.uk service with permission of Landmark Information Group Ltd. and Ordnance Survey
where www.old-maps.co.uk is hyperlinked to http://www.old-maps.co.uk, Landmark Information Group Ltd. is hyperlinked to http://www.landmark-information.co.uk and Ordnance Survey is hyperlinked to http://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk
(The above copied byte-for-byte from Old-Maps' Terms and Conditions page. If they do not know how to create hyperlinks I am not going to bother to do it for them.)

Click on the map for full size view
Oxshott - Posts 109 - 113 plus the buried one at Stokesheath Farm

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Post 205 - Crockenhill filler

Links from Grid Refs in the Photo pages
When I first put these pages up the links from Grid Refs in the photograph pages all led to beautiful renditions of the Ordnance Survey (OS) Landranger maps (1:50,000 when on paper) shown on screen at 200 pixels per Km. 
As at 2004 October these links do not seem to work properly - even though they are in exactly the format that Streetmap specifies.  The links still work but show a much larger area. 
When such a map displays you can click on the Zoom icon icon to see the Landranger style map.
(On the Landranger URL's I see an extra dn= parameter which probably stands for Day Number and looks like a device to make maps at this scale unlinkable - maybe because the OS are asking too much in licence fees.)

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