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Online tool for viewing or printing Ordnance Survey maps showing public footpaths, bridleways, long distance paths (LDPs) and other public rights of way.
Online tool for viewing or printing Ordnance Survey maps showing public footpaths, bridleways, long distance paths (LDPs) and other public rights of way.

Online tool for viewing or printing Ordnance Survey maps showing public footpaths, bridleways, long distance paths (LDPs) and other public rights of way.

An online tool for Free Ordnance Survey maps showing public footpaths, bridleways, long distance paths (LDPs) and other public rights of way. Plan routes for wualks, cycle rides and other outdoor activities.

How to view OS Maps
Enter a postcode or location in the search box above or click ‘continue’ to browse the map.
Zoom in and out using the controls over on the left.
Double click on the map to drop a marker.
Print using the icon in the bottom right corner of the screen(max 10 A4 prints per person per day).

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Page is covered with 'Sorry, Daily limit usage reached' Bookmarked will try again, will be very useful. Thanks! +heat

karatenash

Page is covered with 'Sorry, Daily limit usage reached' Bookmarked … Page is covered with 'Sorry, Daily limit usage reached' Bookmarked will try again, will be very useful. Thanks! +heat


Same here

Original Poster

shalton

Same here



Just tried it again and it's fine for me... strange. I know that there is a 10 page limit per day per user, have you printed your daily limit?

So why are the government selling such a moneymaking asset.

same for me, i have an account with dash as I get my OS map from them

Me too!

Just tried it , daily usage used with nothing to show for it . Could try later .

A similar service that is useful for create paths and also uploading GPX files to is maps.the-hug.net/. However, it also has the tile limit issue. But instead of not showing anything it switches to OpenMap which is useful.

The most reliable way to get OS maps for free online is using Bing Maps, there is a OS mode there that never runs out of tiles. Microsoft no doubt paid a nice sum to OS for the privilege.

unigamer

The most reliable way to get OS maps for free online is using Bing Maps, … The most reliable way to get OS maps for free online is using Bing Maps, there is a OS mode there that never runs out of tiles.


Great tip - thanks a bunch

I get the same

Not working for me either :-/

not working for me either

Not working.

Does work for me
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