Bartholomew's "half-inch to mile" map of Scotland. Central Ross & Cromarty

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Alternative title Central Ross and Cromarty
Alternative title Central Ross & Cromarty
Alternative title Central Ross-shire
Alternative title Bartholomew's new reduced survey for tourists & cyclists
Type of resource cartographic
Form map; unmediated; sheet
Extent 1 map : color, mounted on cloth ; 51 x 70 cm, folded in cover 20 x 11 cm
Place Edinburgh
Publisher J. Bartholomew
Publication date [1907?]
Issuance monographic
Language English
Map data Scale 1:126,720 ; W 5°30ʹ--W 4°20ʹ/N 57°40ʹ--N 57°20ʹ).

Creators/Contributors

Associated with John Bartholomew & Co
Associated with Edinburgh Geographical Institute

Subjects

Subject Ross and Cromarty (Scotland) > Maps
Subject Scotland > Ross and Cromarty
Genre Map
Genre Cartographic image-cri
Genre Maps

Bibliographic information

Statement of responsibility the Edinburgh Geographical Institute ; John Bartholomew.
Note Cover title: Bartholomew's new reduced survey for tourists & cyclists, sheet 20, central Ross-shire.
Note Relief shown by gradient tints, form lines, and spot heights; depths shown by isolines.
Note In upper left margin: New series, sheet 20.
Note "Reduced ... from the new revised Ordnance Survey, with special local revision and correction to date of publication."
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/df930sk7272

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