Sketch map of the eastern half of the United States showing major mountain ridges by hachures. Indicates canals, railroads and the "Route Nationale" between Cumberland, Md., and Vandalia, Ill. Shows projected railroads between Cumberland and Vandalia, between New Orleans and Nashville, and between Cincinnati and Columbia, S.C. "Voies de communication" are indicated in five colors. [From published bibliography]
Signed by Charles Minard at upper right. Includes note. Accompanied by text: Carte du mouvement des céréales en 1853 sur les voies d'eau et de fer de l'Empire Francais. 8 p. ; 33 cm. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Copy imperfect: Fold-lined. Acquisitions control no. 2003-11e
LC copy extensively annotated in English to show railroads. French. Publication information in English. Prepared from a map originally published in 1873 in Paris. Prime meridian: Mexico City. Printed on two sheets. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), S187 Includes inset "Carte des divisions politiques". Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image. LC copy mounted on cloth and sectioned ...
Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Alternate title at lower left: Réseau des chemins de fer concédés à la Grande société des chemins de fer russes. Panel title printed on label affixed to cloth backing: Chemins de fer russes. Base map is "Extrait de la Carte de l'Europe Orientale publiée par J. Andriveau Goujon." Paris meridian. Includes statistical table. LC copy torn at ...
Title from panel. LC copy: positive photocopy, hand coloring of selected routes. Shows international boundaries, and list of stations [part of the Ottoman Empire Hijaz Railway] connecting towns at northern Syria with [present-time] Lebanon and Jordan.
Shows international boundaries, national capitals and major cities, principal roads, travel distance, airports, railways, oil pipelines, waterways, and maritime routes. Relief shown by shading and spot heights. "7126 6140"--On lower right margin. "1967/1"--On lower left margin. "Imprimé en Suwisse ; Printed in Switzerland." Place-names and legend are in French, German and English. Transliteration of native name are widely used.
Title from panel. "Edition de Janvier 1942." LC copy: mounted on cloth. Relief shown by countours, hachures, and spot heights. Heights in metres. Map covers Syria and Lebanon under the French Mandate. Shows physical features, boundaries, major towns, major and secondary roads, railways, and desert trails.
Contributor:France. Armée. Forces Françaises Libres Au Levant. Service Géographique
Scale 1:1,150,000. Cover title: Europe, France par départements. Insets: Colonies françaises.--Algérie et Tunisie.--[Corse] On verso: Europe centrale chemins de fer, lignes de navigation, 1:4,000,000. AACR2
Shows existing and planned railroads and transalpine railroad tunnels on physical road-map base. Text in French and Italian. Panel title. Includes text, ancillary map of planned transalpine railroads, small geological cross-section of planned transalpine tunnel route, col. ill., and bar-code. "3615 IGN."
Contributor:Institut Géographique National (France)