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hintNGR NGR = National Grid Reference, specifies a point on the ground using Ordnance Survey Landranger map coordinates.

Example; ST 123 567
More about NGR in the 'Grid Refs' FAQ

   

  Search radius limited to 3km for unregistered users.
Search Find tracks by Name

 

  hintOS Square letters The leading part of an OS grid reference is a two-letter code, e.g. TQ , which defines a 100km square.

  hintLandranger numbers The common pink OS 'Landranger' maps covering the UK at 1:50,000 scale are numbered 1 to 204

   
  Disabled Search by name only available to Registered users

Search Find tracks with Restrictions

 

  hintOS Square letters The leading part of an OS grid reference is a two-letter code, e.g. TQ , which defines a 100km square.

  hintLandranger numbers The common pink OS 'Landranger' maps covering the UK at 1:50,000 scale are numbered 1 to 204

with some kind of Restriction in place (e.g a TRO or Permit scheme)

 

Search Find tracks by type

 

  hintOS Square letters The leading part of an OS grid reference is a two-letter code, e.g. TQ , which defines a 100km square.

  hintLandranger numbers The common pink OS 'Landranger' maps covering the UK at 1:50,000 scale are numbered 1 to 204

   
  Disabled Search by type only available to Registered users

Ref Find tracks by Authority Reference

 

  hintOS Square letters The leading part of an OS grid reference is a two-letter code, e.g. TQ , which defines a 100km square.

  hintLandranger numbers The common pink OS 'Landranger' maps covering the UK at 1:50,000 scale are numbered 1 to 204

hintAuthority Reference This could be a road number like U223 or a RoW number like Bloggsbury 21

 

Search Find tracks by UID

 

hintUID UID = Unique IDentification number, a method of uniquely naming track sections within the system, calculated from the position of the track.

Example format; ST2378-01
More help in 'UID' FAQ