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Glen Innes district map [cartographic material]
Bib ID 1963405
Format MapMap
Author
National Roads and Motorists' Association (Australia)
 
Edition [Rev. ed.] 
Scale Scale [ca. 920 000] (E 15107'--E 15254'/S 2907'--S 3031') 
Description [Sydney] : N.R.M.A., [between 1958 and 1965] 
1 map ; 18 x 22 cm. 
Notes

Road map showing classes of roads, distances and relief by hachures. Includes notes on Glen Innes and district and NRMA Depot location plan.

"Rev. 015511".

Situation date of map 1955.

Subjects Roads -- New South Wales -- Glen Innes Region -- Maps.  |  Glen Innes Region (N.S.W.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1955 

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