A complete data set of historic GB trig points in British National Grid (OSGB36) coordinate reference system. Trig points (aka triangulation stations) are fixed survey points used to improve the accuracy of map making in Great Britain during the 20th Century. Trig points are typically located on hilltops so still serve as a useful navigational aid for walkers and hikers today.
Data set of historic trig points in Great Britain, in British National Grid (OSGB36) coordinate reference system for use with R. Trig points were used in the retriangulation of Great Britain during the 20th Century to improve the accuracy of map making. Today they are mostly historical artefacts but are visited and logged ('trigpointing') by enthusiasts and, because they are typically located on hill tops, are still useful as navigational aids for hikers.
Copyright 2018 Phil Mike Jones. Licensed under the terms of the MIT License. see LICENSE
Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database right (2018)
The full list of trig points was obtained from: https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/gps/legacy-control-information/triangulation-stations
(Copied verbatim from the OS page).
Issues and pull requests welcome for improvements or suggestions. Please note that this project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.