A beginners guide to grid references National map reading week This quick and easy guide explains how to read a simple grid reference and explains the basics for beginners. Using the National Grid You might have noticed by now that OS maps are covered in a series of blue grid lines. These grid lines help you to pinpoint an exact location anywhere on the map. These are linked to the National Grid which provides a unique reference system, and can be applied to all OS maps of Great Britain, at all scales.
These line crisscross each other to form a neat pattern of squares known as a grid. Take a look at the grid below. It is similar to the ones you will see on a typical map. The vertical lines, which run from north to south e.
The horizontal lines, which run from east to west e. Every easting and northing has its own two digit number which can be found at either end of it. Eastings increase in value as one moves to the right toward the east on the map.
Each square on the grid is known as a grid square. One can give the location of an object or objects on a map by naming the grid square in which it is located. Lucky for you, it is a very simple process.
One square has been shaded. How can you easily identify this square? A simple way is to give the four figure grid reference for that square. This is done by stating the number of the easting which runs along the left side of the square in this case 22 followed by the number of the northing which runs along the bottom of it in this case Therefore is the four figure grid reference for this entire grid square or anything inside of it.
It is important to note that the easting must always be stated first, followed by the northing. Also you must not leave a space between the easting and the northing. Furthermore, a grid reference must not contain dots, commas, hyphens or any other crazy stuff for that matter.
In other words, the four figure grid reference for the square shaded in the grid above or anything which is inside of that square is simply Always remember, that to give the four figure grid reference for an object, you must state the number of the easting immediately to its left followed by the northing directly under it.
If an easting or northing crosses an object, then that easting or northing will form part of the four figure grid reference for that object. For instance, if easting 22 crosses over an object such that part of the object is in grid square and the other part is in grid squarethen the four figure grid reference for that object would be Synopsis.
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