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Geographical: British Isles Data Links
- A vision of Britain through time
Covers the period 1801 to 2001. Contains maps, statistical series and descriptions from 19th century gazetteers.
- Gazetteer for Scotland
Being developed by Edinburgh University Geography Department and Royal Scottish Geographical Society. Searchable by map or keyword. Entries for persons and places. Includes statistics on human and physical geography.
- General Register Office for Scotland
Online Data Library including 2001 Census material, population estimates and projections and Scottish electoral data from mid-1990s.
- Google Maps
Street-level maps of the United Kingdom, Europe, and the US. Road maps of the world, door-to-door travel directions, aerial photographs, links with the map of the London Underground network.
- National Library of Scotland Map Library
Old maps of Scotland dating from 1560 to 1961 and including Ordnance Survey maps and town plans. Site searchable by keyword. Zoom facility. Commentaries available.
- Old Maps
Free historical maps for private use. Searchable by place-name, address, co-ordinates or county.
- Royal Mail Postcode / Address Finder
Search by postcode or by address. 12 searches allowed over a 24-hour period.
A website that allows users to search across different national databases using geographic locations. Includes digital copies of maps, plans, photos, surveys, archaeological reports and extracts from books and manuscripts.
- Scottish Place-Name Society
Includes place-name notes and queries grouped by county.
- UK National Statistics
Figures on a wide range
of social & economic topics including health and social care..
- UK Villages Online
Links to 31,000 villages, parishes and communities in Britain and Ireland.
Contains local maps and details of local services and property prices.
Disclaimer: Links to reference sites are for guidance only. While Clackmannanshire Libraries attempts to maintain and monitor the currency and accuracy of linked reference sites it does not accept responsibility for their content, which may be subject to change.