Map of the country between Sind and Candahar, showing the course of the proposed railway [cartographic material] : constructed from the recent surveys executed by officers attached to the forces serving in southern Afghanistan, collated with the most authentic material by W. J. Turner / [lithographed by] W. & A. K. Johnston, Edinburgh & London.

Author
Turner, W. J. (William John) [Browse]
Format
Map
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Edward Stanford, 1880.
Description
  • Scale 1:1,520,640 ; (E 64°10'--E 69°50'/N 31°50'--N 27°36').
  • 1 map : col. ; 31 X 36 cm.

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Summary note
Map covers part of Kandahār Province, Afghanistan and Baluchistān Province, Pakistan .
Notes
  • Shows roads, railways, canals, passes, and route of proposed railway from Sibi to Kandahar.
  • Relief shown by hachures. Cultivated areas shown in green. Desert areas shown in brown.
  • From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 2 (1880), no. 9, pp. 529-52; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
With
Issued to accompany articles: The highway from the Indus to Candahar / by Sir Richard Temple, Bart., G.C.S.I., C.I.E., D.C.L. Read before the Royal Geographical Society, June 14, 1880. Article includes diagrams and illustrations of areas on map -- Notes on the country between Candahar and Girishk / by Captain R. Beavan, F.R.G.S. and C.M.Z.S., Bengal Staff Corps, Assistant-Superintendent, Survey of India.
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  • Available also online through: Princeton University Libraries, Digital Map & Geographic Data Web site.
  • Online version of companion articles available also through the JSTOR Web site. Access limited to subscribing member institutions only.
In
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography Vol. 2 (1880), no. 9, p. 529-52, facing page 592. London : Edward Stanford
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