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Eire & Northern eire 1:570,000 viewers' Map with urban plans COLLINS

Visitors' map of eire at 1:570,240 ( nine miles to one" ) with altitude colouring for topography, county borders and names, vacationer routes, and areas of curiosity incorporated within the index at the opposite. proven are railway traces, airports, and ferry connections.

Included are urban centre highway plans listed for streets and areas of curiosity for Dublin and Belfast (in colour); plus Bangor, Cork, Dún Laoghaire, Galway, Killarney, Limerick, Londonderry and Waterford (b&w, listed for streets); distance chart; pictures and short descriptions of major attractions; mobilephone numbers of vacationer info Centres; details on ferries and airports and an intensive index of golfing classes. The map is double-sided.

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