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    Re: GPS selective availability
    From: David Pike
    Date: 2018 Sep 23, 14:07 -0700

    Frank You wrote: The Ordnance Survey FAQ page seems especially useful, and it appears to have been updated recently.

    After looking at the list of sites https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/docs/gps/OSNet_GPSWebSite_Coordinates_File.txt , I was tempted to see if I could find my local one, LINO N 53 15 00.918762,W 000 31 12.370061 in ETRS89 on Google Maps (WGS 84).  Google Maps shows it on top of a government building in Lincoln, and believe it or not, Satellite at maximum magnification shows the red marker almost on top of a small white round dot.  Could this be the aerial?  No need for a guard dog in this situation. DaveP

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