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'A geological map of England, Wales and part of Scotland showing also the inland…

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RAIL 1031/13

'A geological map of England, Wales and part of Scotland showing also the inland navigation, with the railroads & principal roads'. Scale: 1 inch to 14 miles. Published by J and C Walker, 9 Castle Street, Holborn, 15 March 1838. Title on cover: 'Walkers Map of the Geology, Railways and Inland Navigations of England and Wales and the Southern part of Scotland'. With an essay by Frederick Burr: 'Metalliferous Tracts of England & Wales'.

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The National Archives, Kew
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in its original department:   MPS 3/12
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64.5 cm x 93 cm
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Printed, coloured

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