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Step 2: Click on Map to select Tiles
Step 3: Options & Buy

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Step 1

Enter a Postcode for Approximate position

Enter a Placename e.g. Edinburgh or London. Map will rescale to 50k Landranger at that Placename

Enter Easting and Northing e.g. 509590 666000
or Longitude and then Latitude e.g. -4.50 55.85


Enter your location using locations in form NS1234 or NS123456

Product Information

OS 50k Raster: 20km x 20km Tiles
Ordnance Survey 50k Raster

1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster is Ordnance Surveys digital form of the OS Landranger paper map which makes it useful to show the results of environmental analysis covering a large area.

 

Pricing starts from: £14.43 + vat per tile (each tile is 20km x 20km). The displayed price is based on the following factors: The number of tiles that you select, how many termials you plan to use the data on and how many years you want to licence the data for.

Step 2


Clear Selection on map above

Tile Size:

20000m x 20000m


1:50 000 Scale Colour Raster - 20km x 20km Tiles

Support Section

Geo-referencing

Geo-referencing files allow tiles of map data to be located in their correct geographical position when loaded into a geographical information system (GIS).
This is achieved by loading in files alongside the data files that contain the National Grid corner coordinates for each tile. This is especially useful if more than one tile of data is being loaded at once, as it allows for a true geographical depiction of the data.

About geo-referencing
When raster data is supplied or you download it, it is not georeferenced in any way. This means that tiles will not display in a geographical relationship to each other when loaded into a GIS.

Below there are TIFF World Files (TFW) that can be used to geo-reference raster data in ESRI® ArcView® and ArcInfo® together with TAB files for use with MapInfo®.

Download the TAB files here

Download the TFW files here

TIP: The georeferencing files should be saved in the same directory as the files of the map tiles themselves.

How can I get Sea Tiles for maps?

Please note OS now supply additional sea tiles and supporting TIFF World Files; these are free to download; enabling users to complete sea areas at each zoom level as required.

Downloads

Download the sea tiles

Download the sea TAB

Download the sea TFW

More about 1:50k Raster Data

This Ordnance Survey product is the data equivalent of the popular OS Landranger paper map series, those viewing the product are generally familiar with its features, making it an easy way to interpret the landscape.

This product provides an excellent overview of the main features and communication routes (including Public Rights of Way) for a large area which makes it particularly useful for development and land-use planning, environmental impact analysis, display, promotion and many more applications.

Product Details

Downloads / Samples

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