Removal of Channel 5 and B transmitter mapping artefacts
Due to the way the database that generates the mapping on UK Free TV was constructed, there was a problem with some of the maps that I should have fixed and didn't.
There were a number of places where a high power Channel 5 analogue transmitter was located alongside another transmitter that carried the other analogue channels (and Freeview) - or there was a "B" transmitter on the site to provide a secondary service area - and this would remove genuine coverage area from the correct transmitter.
Four examples of fixed coverage areas for Pontop Pike, Rosemarkie, Crystal Palace and The Wrekin are show in the diagram below:
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