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Step 2: Click on Map to select Tiles
Step 3: Options & Buy
OS 10k Raster: 5km x 5km Tiles
We have it available in 5km x 5km Tiles and in the following formats: Backdrop Colour Raster (washout), Black and White Raster, Colour Raster - these products replace the old Landplan styled 1:10 000 Scale Colour Raster.
The total price is based on the following factors:
The number of tiles that you select
How many terminals you plan to use the data on
How many years you want to licence the data for
5000m x 5000m
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OS 1:10k Raster
OS VectorMap Local 10k Raster Tiles are provided in GeoTIFF format, which means that you may not need to download geo-referencing files as this information is built into the files.
If required the 1:10 000 Scale Raster georeferencing files that share the same naming convention as VectorMap Local so they can be used - details below:.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®.
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?
VectorMap Local raster sea tiles -5 km x 5 km
OS VML 10k Raster Tiles replaces 1:10 000 Scale Raster
The cartographic style used for 1:10 000 Scale Raster was developed in 1995 and customer feedback indicates that this is no longer the styling that most users require.
Ordnance Survey have therefore developed three distinct raster variants of OS VectorMap® Local Raster: Black and White, Colour and Backdrop Colour. The colour versions have been developed based on user feedback and use a careful use of colour. They have created a palette acceptable to users including those with colour vision deficiencies (colour blindness). OS VectorMap Local Raster has also been designed to match the output styles of other Ordnance Survey’s products.
Other minor detail that is not included on OS VectorMap Local Raster products
• Airfield identification mark, runway approach lights, signal square
• Anchorage points for radio and television masts
• Bollards, capstans, dolphins, mooring posts/rings
• Bus shelter
• Cranes (not travelling), hoists
• Drinking fountain, pump, hydrant, water point
• Electricity pillar
• Inspection pit
• Letter box
• Lighting tower
• Pavement pecks
• Permanent way pecks along railways
• Railway detail (switch, slip, buffer, retarder, signal light, loading gauge, mail pick-up, signal post, water point)
• Saluting battery, gun
• Sand drag
• Water taps/troughs
Electricity transmission lines carried on single poles are shown in 1:10 000 scale basic areas (mountain and
moorland) only. Those extending into other geographic areas are terminated at suitable points of detail or at
a pole in a surveyed position either just inside or outside of the basic area.
The underground portions of the railways in London are not shown and stations whose entrances appear at
surface level are described as Sta.
- Raster - Flat
- Format: Tiff
- Mid Scale
- 5k x 5k GeoTIFF format Tiles
- Best viewed between 5k - 12k in GIS
- Replaces OS 10k Colour Raster
- Sea Tiles available
Downloads / Samples
- Ideal for covering large areas
- Backdrop Mapping in GIS
- Asset Management
- Agricultural Services
- Environmental Monitoring
- 1, 2 and 3 years available
- Licence Number supplied with each purchase
Ordnance Survey Large Scale CAD (layered) data.
OS MasterMap Topography Layer in DXF or DWG with optional contours at 0.5m, 1m or 2m intervals.
10k Vector data for CAD or GIS - OS Vector Map Local derived - not as detailed as the large scale OS Mastermap but this mid scale vector product is particularly useful for covering larger areas.
OS VectorMap® is an evolving family of products that offers the choice of letting you create your own backdrop map data. Designed for GIS use. 5km x 5km Tiles in GML.
OS MasterMap® Imagery Layer yields compelling information that you cannot get from mapping alone, such as road markings, habitats, land use, vegetation, pipes and cables, utilities infrastructure, roof types, and building access. 1km x 1km Tiles suppled with the relevent .tfw and .xml file/s.