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Title:Sketch map of the geology & mineralogy of the north of England.Click on this image for zoomable version: Image name = m0155t.jpg    m0155
Creator (as stated on item):By J.A. Knipe, Esq[uire]
Place of publication: Newcastle
Other publication given: published by W. Fordyce
Date of publication: [1860]
Contents description: covers the north of England and part of Scotland. Symbols indicate the distribution of coal, iron, lead, alum and building stone. Marginal notes include a list of blast furnaces in Cleveland, Durham and Northumberland, with the names of their owners. Railways are shown.
In W. Fordyce's A history of coal, coke, coal fields... (London, 1860), map preceding title-page.
Scale [1:760 320]
Additional scale information: Scale statement on map: 12 miles to 1 inch
Quantity/type of material: 1 map
Size: 50 x 39 cm

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Repository/reference number:DUL XLL 622.3 FOR

Index Terms
Creator:Knipe, James A.
Durham (England : County) - Maps, General - 1860
Northumberland (England) - Maps - 1860
Cumberland (England) - Maps - 1860
Yorkshire (England) - Maps - 1860
Geology - Maps
Mines and mining resources
Railways - Maps

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