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Murrumbidgee West, Barnes areas 1-2 [cartographic material] : visual exposure of Lambrigg Hill / Engineering Computer Services
Bib ID 4496120
Format MapMap
Author
Australia. National Capital Development Commission
 
Scale Scale 1:10,000 (E 149°03'/S 35°28'). 
Description [Canberra] : National Capital Development Commission, [1975?] 
1 map ; 40 x 30 cm., on sheet 51 x 56 cm. 
Series

Oskars Pumpurs map collection.

Notes

Visual exposure map of Lambrigg Hill in the Barnes Creek region, ACT.

Subjects Regional planning -- Australian Capital Territory -- Barnes Creek Region -- Maps.  |  Barnes Creek Region (A.C.T.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1975 
Other authors/contributors Engineering Computer Services
Also Titled

Visual exposure of Lambrigg Hill

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