From the River Essequibo to the east of Course Belongs to Guyana, The earth made a very visible line with the River, dividing both nations. Since & Before the Captaincy of Venezuela by the Spanish, it was clearly stipulated, until England pretended and invasion and forging maps! pic.twitter.com/Q7ImNZUtio
A dramatic week rainfall-wise.
Some big rain totals over much of northern England and the north Midlands. Maps only up to Tuesday.
River flows responding quickly in these areas with quite widespread flooding. pic.twitter.com/snqlOJRqus
Also famously more friendly with New York and New England than Ohio and the Midwest or anything in the South. Those states are easily my favorite part of this map. Silly Russians, thinking Americans are divided by rivers.
MO - The mind map. The garden ofEngland. From the straights to the hinterland of Bexleyheath. An imagined total industrial ley line. Napoleonic forts and canals dug, along withriver width defensive chains. The out of town superstores, the motorways and the permanent way...cut. pic.twitter.com/N8odfhhIws
Image 2: Fabric fusion mapof New Englandwith political boundaries made with pins, mountain ranges with metal pegs, & white stitched rivers. Note: Mapwith tactile elements for use by the blind. Creator: Perkins School for the Blind (students). Date: ca. 1900. Format: map.
The strange, otherworldly county mapsofEngland & Wales produced by William Hole in the early 17th century - every river, hill and forest alive with gods, goddesses, giants, naiads, dryads, and witches. pic.twitter.com/uko5Crneoi
All the rivers on the EnglandRiverMap are known as ‘main rivers’
To de-main a river means the path of the main river is going to be changed into smaller rivers which are known as ‘ordinary watercourses’ this is normally done to help with flood management...does that help?
Really useful, helpful map. Except of course it is GB territory, and it looks squashed, reducing north England and Scotland scale? Great as learning tool for schools, when corrected, with one showing Ireland's rivers too.