obtaining a physical copy of a Project Mapping map

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  1. davsarg

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    Print out and fold? ;op
     
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    Might be breach of copyright so better not tell anyone.
     
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    According to the website, they are free for personal use so should be okay as long as you don't start selling them. :)
     
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    Didn't think of that - thanks. Staples should be able to do it I guess.
     
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    I'd go for A0 - A1 will be a bit small.
     
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    We used the big one as the seating plan at my wedding. Wife had it printed onto A1[​IMG]
     
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    Bit harsh, being seated a few hundred miles from the ceremony!
     
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    Will cost you about £21.99, and you'll find they won't do it if they notice the copyright symbol, no matter what you tell me about personal use. My advise go elsewhere.
     
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    As an aside, the author is always receptive of suggestions about how to improve the maps, as well as information regarding any errors.

    I personally printed out the national rail operators map on 9 sheets of A3 and have them stuck on the wall above my bed.
     
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