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Huonville / [Town and Country Planning Commission]
Bib ID 7788986
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline [cartographic image, sheet]
Author
Tasmania. Town and Country Planning Commission, cartographer, compiler
 
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Online Versions
Scale Scale 1:10,000 (E 147°03ʹ00ʺ/S 43°01ʹ12). 
Description [Hobart, Tasmania] : [Town and Country Planning Commission], [bewteen 1960 and 1969?] 
1 map ; 50 x 83 cm 
Series

Tasmania town and country planning maps.

Notes

Land use map of Huonville, Tasmania.

Dyeline print.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-710155844

Subjects Regional planning -- Tasmania -- Huonville -- Maps.  |  Land use -- Tasmania -- Huonville -- Planning -- Maps.  |  Huonville (Tas.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1960-1969 

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