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Black Rocks project, general locality plan [cartographic material]
Bib ID 1064374
Format MapMap
Author
Western Australia. Public Works Department
 
Scale Scale 60 chains to one inch [ca. 1:47,520] (E 121°44'--E 123°35'/S 17°06'--S 18°34') 
Description [Perth, W.A. : Public Works Dept., 1958] 
1 map ; 69 x 101 cm. 
Notes

Dyeline map of Black Rocks, a town and deep water port proposed to be built north of Derby, Western Australia. Shows proposed townsite, landforms and vegetation.

"P.W.D. 36202".

National Library of Australia's copy on architectural linen and handcoloured.

Subjects Harbors -- Western Australia -- Derby Region -- Maps.  |  Regional planning -- Western Australia -- West Kimberley -- Maps
Time Coverage 1958 

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