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M.T.T. [route map of Perth metropolitan area] [cartographic material] / cartography by G.A. & J.E. Roe
Bib ID 975665
Format MapMap
Author
Metropolitan (Perth) Passenger Transport Trust
 
Scale Scale indeterminable (E 115°51'/S 31°57') 
Description Perth [W.A.] : M.T.T., 1977 
1 map : col. ; 63 x 45 cm., folded to 22 x 9 cm. 
Notes

"Effective September 1977".

Panel title: Perth public transport route map and general information.

Alternate title: MTT route map.

Includes index and inset of "Main bus stands - City of Perth."

Subjects Bus lines - Western Australia - Perth Metropolitan Area - Maps.
Time Coverage 1977 
Also Titled

Panel title: Perth public transport route map and general information

MTT route map

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