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Australia 1:253,440 [cartographic material] / prepared by Cartographic Section, Aust. Survey Corps
Bib ID 4781846
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Australia. Army. Royal Australian Survey Corps
 
Online Versions
Edition Various eds. 
Scale Scale 1:253,440. 4 miles = 1 in. 
Description Sydney : The Corps., 1942-[1960?] 
maps : col. 
Notes

Topographic maps showing relief by hachures and spot heights in feet. Some sheets have relief shown by shading.

Each sheet is named and numbered individually.

Individual sheets were issued in various editions.

Includes indexes on versos of some sheets.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-234062874

Subjects Australia -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1942-1960 
Form/genre Topographic maps.
Also Titled

Standard map series designation: Australia 4 mile strategic series

Standard map series designation: Australia (Planimetric series) 1:253,440

Standard map series designation: 1:253,440

Standard map series designation: Military survey

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