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Route followed by British expedition 1903-1904 from base at Siiliguri, Darjiling, Nathang Jelep Pass (Jelep La), Yatung, Chumbi, Phari Jong, Tuna Guru, Khang Ma, Gyangtse Jong, Kharo La
- Edward Stanford Ltd
- Manila, P.I. : Military Information Division, General Staff, 1904.
Map of northern India, Sikkim, Bhutan and Tibet, showing the route of the British expedition of 1903-1904. Relief shown by spot heights. "Traced in Military Information Division, General Staff, Manila, P.I. June 1904. From Edward Stanford's map of part of Tibet."
- China and Bhutan
- Tibet Autonomous Region (China)—Maps, Sikkim—Maps, Bhutan—Maps, Maps—Bhutan—1904, Maps—China—Tibet Autonomous Region—1904, and Maps—Sikkim—1904
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