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KCC website
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If anyone wants to know the legal status of paths,tracks etc in any part of Kent then use the "interactive map" on the KCC website.The map can be enlarged to 1:5000 scale,this shows individual house plots and other tracks/paths in woodland which might not show on OS 1:25000 maps.Its worth a look just to see your area and see whats around,you might be surprised.
Put KCC into Google,then click on website.Once your in you need to go to "leisure and culture".Then go to "explore kent".Once there find the "interactive map"on right hand side of page.
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#2
Thanks alot ! Need to find some more routes around ashford !
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If you want to see how many tracks,paths etc have been lost go to the <!-- w --><a class="postlink" href="http://www.old-maps.co.uk">www.old-maps.co.uk</a><!-- w --> website.Although this is a map buying website you can view the old maps.Just put your village or town into the website search,your then given the dates and scales of the various maps for that area.It can be surprising how many rights of way have gone in less than 100 years.
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#4
I'm liking the sound of this!  ;D
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