# What are my coordinates UK?

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## What are my coordinates UK?

Latitude and longitude coordinates are: 51.509865, -0.118092.

## How do you find the coordinates of a grid?

First, locate the grid square in which the point (for example, Point A, Figure 2) is located (the point should already be plotted on the map). The number of the vertical grid line on the left (west) side of the grid square is the first and second digits of the coordinates.

## How do I find grid references on Google Maps?

Google Maps

- Click “Grid Reference Tools” and choose “Get Grid Reference from Map”. By clicking on the desired location, the 6-figure Grid reference will be shown.
- Click “Location Search Tools” and enter a place name (this does not work with post codes). The map will centre on the place name, if found.

## Where can I find the coordinates of my address?

GPS Coordinates Coordinates of an address. To find the Earth coordinates of an address or a place, simply use our latitude and longitude finder. Fill the address field and click on “Get GPS Coordinates” to display its latitude and longitude. The coordinates are displayed in the left column or directly on the interactive map.

## How can I get latitude and longitude from my GPS coordinates?

The coordinates finder will get latitude and longitude from any address. Search any address from your current coordinates or any other GPS coordinates on the map. Go to gps coordinates converter , type in the lat and long coordinates and click on the Get Address button to find address from my latitude and longitude coordinates.

## How are the coordinates of a location calculated?

The coordinates are given in decimal degrees (ddd. ddddddd°), latitude is counted positively north of the equator, and longitude east of the Greenwich meridian (e. g. latitude N 47.35909°, longitude E -122.14190°). What is Longitude? The longitude is another angular value, an expression of the east or west position of a point on Earth.

## Where can I find the nearest postcode in the UK?

Find the nearest… As all mainland British postcodes (but not Northern Irish postcodes) use the same British National Grid, you can simply use Pythagoras’ theorem to find the nearest postcodes to a given easting and northing.