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Central West [cartographic material] / published by the National Roads and Motorists' Association
Bib ID 9999
Format MapMap
Author
National Roads and Motorists' Association (Australia)
 
Scale Scale indeterminable (E 148°11'--E 150 21'/S 30°59'--S 33°25') 
Description Sydney : NRMA, 1986 
1 map ; 54 x 42 cm., folded to 23 x 12 cm. 
Series

New South Wales district road map series.

Notes

Map of Gunnedah - Bathurst showing classes of roads and distances. Includes ancillary street maps of some towns, tourist information and business advertisements.

On verso: Street maps of Dubbo ; Orange ; Mudgee.

Subjects Roads - New South Wales - Central Western Region - Maps.  |  Central Western Region (N.S.W.) - Maps.
Time Coverage 1986 
Form/genre Tourist maps.

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