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There's lots of green and orange there, Richard. Perhaps there's a subliminal message.

Ben B

Hello there: might it be because the Ordnance Survey was split in 1922 to form OS (for Great Britain); Ordnance Survey Ireland and Ordnance Survey for Northern Ireland? Perhaps you should title your post OSNI, rather than NI/OS!

Anyway, organisations aside, I much prefer a more colourful map whether there are features on the ground or not. If I had my own Ordnance Survey to play with, I'd make the empty areas more interesting than the towns. Perhaps just me?


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