Fully revised and updated for 1993, these maps now include more minor roads, main roads with passing places, railway lines, more names and more tourist information. The maps are mostly at 3.2 miles to one inch and now feature a road classification system showing more distinction between trunk roads, primary routes and "A" roads (non-primary). There are detailed urban area maps of the major population centres at one inch to one mile which offer easy to follow mapping of routes through, within and around these traffic congested areas. In addition, 58 city and town centre plans contain all the necessary information for town centre driving. An eight-page section of London maps and plans covers the M25, Greater and Central London and is a very useful guide to motoring in this area. The Key to map symbols which appears on a fold-out flap as an integral part of the cover, is always visible when consulting the maps and can be used as a bookmark. The whole atlas is colour coded for easy reference enabling each section to be readily identified and the binding allows the atlas to be opened flat for easy route following.
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