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Anderson, SC Wall Map

$214.00
SKU:KA2925227

Quick Overview

The Anderson County, South Carolina Wall Map by Dolph Maps measures 59.375” x 78” using up-to-date cartography showing new streets and changes, plotted in complete street detail at a scale of 1” = 5.927 feet for the county, and a scale of 1” = 1,700 feet for the city. Printed in color with a markable/washable—laminated surface. Street index provided on the face of the map. Framing rails are included on top and bottom for easy wall mounting. Area of coverage: All of Anderson County with insets of Anderson, Belton, Honea Path, Williamston, Pendleton, and Clemson.Details include all streets and highways, government buildings, airports, water features, fire/police stations, hospitals, shopping centers, educational facilities, railroads, recreational parks, golf/country clubs, post offices, ZIP codes, and points of interest.

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Details

The Anderson County, South Carolina Wall Map by Dolph Maps measures 59.375” x 78” using up-to-date cartography showing new streets and changes, plotted in complete street detail at a scale of 1” = 5.927 feet for the county, and a scale of 1” = 1,700 feet for the city. Printed in color with a markable/washable—laminated surface. Street index provided on the face of the map. Framing rails are included on top and bottom for easy wall mounting. Area of coverage: All of Anderson County with insets of Anderson, Belton, Honea Path, Williamston, Pendleton, and Clemson.Details include all streets and highways, government buildings, airports, water features, fire/police stations, hospitals, shopping centers, educational facilities, railroads, recreational parks, golf/country clubs, post offices, ZIP codes, and points of interest.

Additional Information

Geography South Carolina
Geo Type City
Map Type Territory Maps
Usage Type Business Maps
Niche N/A
Publisher Kappa Map Group

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