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Royston (north-east), Hertfordshire

Posted by davidearl on 5 December 2008 in English (English)

Turned up at Cambridge railway station to take the first train to unmapped territory. That happened to be Royston, the north-east quadrant. Sadly this was surveyed in the summer, but the person who did it lost interest and never did the data entry. So I resurveyed it today and added the data. That means my earlier assertion that Royston was complete to street/poi level now really is true.

Also popped up the A1198 from the north edge of Royston to join up with previously surveyed Bassingbourn about 2km further north, just to check nothing missed in the gap between - and there was indeed a short residential street off that road which was outside the village, so I'd missed it before.

Location: Royston CP, North Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, East of England, England, United Kingdom

Comment from Donald Allwright on 6 December 2008 at 22:42

I was wondering what had happened there, I'd checked back from time to time to see if it had been added but had also concluded that the person had lost interest. Still, all sorted now and looks good.

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