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[Geological Survey of England and Wales : one inch to the mile map. New Series.] Chester, solid, sheet 109
- [Southampton ; Chessington, Surrey] : Director General, Ordnance Survey, 1965.
- Great Britain. Ordnance Survey of England. Great Britain. Geological Survey of England and Wales. Sheet 109 solid. Geological Survey of Great Britain. North Decimal Degree 53.266700. South Decimal Degree 53.1000. East Decimal Degree -2.4833. West Decimal Degree -2.9167. In upper left margin: Ordnance Survey of Great Britain. Relief shown by contour interval and spot heights.Transverse Mercator projection. National grid system. "Original geological survey on the one-inch scale by E. Hull, published on Old-Series maps in 1855 and 1858. Revised and Drift added by A. Strahan and C. E. De Rance in 1882 and 1890. Survey on the six-inch scale by B. J. Taylor et al." "Based on the Seventh series one-inch map, parts of sheets 109 & 110, dated 1952 &1953.".
- Cross section, Shields (Geology), and England—Maps
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- G5751.C5.s63.E5W3 sh 109 (s)
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