Product images of Ireland south coast, the port of Cork surveyed by Commander James Wolfe & Lieutenant W.H.Church R.N.,1843
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Ireland south coast, the port of Cork surveyed by Commander James Wolfe & Lieutenant W.H.Church R.N.,1843
Single sheet, engraving. Scale [circa 1:4,000]. The bar scales are in feet and fathoms. This is an un-graduated plan with much land detail as well as a high density of soundings in the River Lee. Scales in feet and fathoms.Object Number: G222:6/7Original size: 610 mm x 960 mmDate: 1846
- Image reference: F0502
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London