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Coastal aids to navigation in Australia : their administration and recent developments / by Joshua Fielden Ramsbotham. Cape Don Lighthouse, Northern Territory, Australia / by Herbert Alfred Jackson. New lighthouses in Queensland / by Maurice William Mehaffey
Bib ID 2120255
Format BookBook
Author
Ramsbotham, Joshua Fielden
 
Description London : Institution of Civil Engineers, 1921 
47 p., [2] leaves of folded plates : 1 form, maps, plans ; 22 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: Ramsbotham, Jackson and Mehaffey on coastal aids to navigation in Australia.

"Excerpt Minutes of Proceedings of The Institution of Civil Engineers. Vol. ccx. Session 1919-1920. Part ii".

Subjects Lighthouses -- Australia.  |  Aids to navigation -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Jackson, Herbert Alfred. Cape Don Lighthouse, Northern Territory, Australia  |  Mehaffey, Maurice William. New lighthouses in Queensland  |  Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain)
Also Titled

Cape Don Lighthouse, Northern Terrritory, Australia

New lighthouses in Queensland

Ramsbotham, Jackson and Mehaffey on coastal aids to navigation


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