I have been provided with Lat/Long coordinates from a reference station recorded in 1969. When I plot the coordinates into Google Earth the location appears to be out by c.100m. Is this due to the accuracy of the navigation at the time? If so can anyone recommend a way of estimating the equivalent coordinates using GPS available today?
The position in question was in Aberdeen.
The coordinate position was provided as thus: 57 08.95'N; 2 05.68'W.
There was a location sketch which when compared to Goolge Image was out by c.100m.
So if I transform from say ED50 to WGS84 I might be on the right track?