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    Y731 (1: 50 000 scale) Topographic Maps represents the main 1: 50 000 scale mapping covering large parts of Kenya. The maps illustrate the key topographic features both natural and man made. There have been multiple versions of the maps published. Not all versions of the maps are held by the Geodata Centre. Those which are currently held (November 2018) are listed. Publishers OSD Government of the United Kingdom (Crown Copyright); OSD(K) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Kenya; OSD(T) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Tanzania; OSD(U) Government of the United Kingdom; USD Department of Land and Surveys Uganda; ING French National Geographic Institute for the Government of Kenya; JICA Japan International Co-operation Agency for the Government of Kenya.

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    Y731 (1: 50 000 scale) Topographic Maps represents the main 1: 50 000 scale mapping covering large parts of Kenya. The maps illustrate the key topographic features both natural and man made. There have been multiple versions of the maps published. Not all versions of the maps are held by the Geodata Centre. Those which are currently held (November 2018) are listed. Publishers OSD Government of the United Kingdom (Crown Copyright); OSD(K) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Kenya; OSD(T) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Tanzania; OSD(U) Government of the United Kingdom; USD Department of Land and Surveys Uganda; ING French National Geographic Institute for the Government of Kenya; JICA Japan International Co-operation Agency for the Government of Kenya.

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    Y503 series of 1:: 250 000 scale topographic maps. Each map is a compilation from pre-existing published topographic maps mosty at 1: 50 000 scale (detailed on each map face). Series includes Kaabong, Aloi, jinja, in Uganda which was compiled and published by The Department of Lands and Surveys in Uganda. These maps use the New Arc (1960) datus Clarke 1880 (Modified) Spheroid UTM zone 36. Series also includes Musuma in Tanzania which was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Forests and Wildlife, Tanganyika. Arusha was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Settlement and Water Development Tanzania. Lushoto was compiled by the Ministry of Lands Surveys and Water Tanganyika. Series also include Kapenguria, Nyeri, Chuka, Chismaio, published by War office and Air Ministry using Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880 (UTM Zones 36 and 37). Garsen was published by the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom). CRS System: Various: Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880); Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36N; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37N, Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 38N

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    Y503 series of 1:: 250 000 scale topographic maps. Each map is a compilation from pre-existing published topographic maps mosty at 1: 50 000 scale (detailed on each map face). Series includes Kaabong, Aloi, jinja, in Uganda which was compiled and published by The Department of Lands and Surveys in Uganda. These maps use the New Arc (1960) datus Clarke 1880 (Modified) Spheroid UTM zone 36. Series also includes Musuma in Tanzania which was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Forests and Wildlife, Tanganyika. Arusha was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Settlement and Water Development Tanzania. Lushoto was compiled by the Ministry of Lands Surveys and Water Tanganyika. Series also include Kapenguria, Nyeri, Chuka, Chismaio, published by War office and Air Ministry using Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880 (UTM Zones 36 and 37). Garsen was published by the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom). CRS System: Various: Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880); Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36N; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37N, Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 38N

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    Y503 series of 1:: 250 000 scale topographic maps. Each map is a compilation from pre-existing published topographic maps mosty at 1: 50 000 scale (detailed on each map face). Series includes Kaabong, Aloi, jinja, in Uganda which was compiled and published by The Department of Lands and Surveys in Uganda. These maps use the New Arc (1960) datus Clarke 1880 (Modified) Spheroid UTM zone 36. Series also includes Musuma in Tanzania which was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Forests and Wildlife, Tanganyika. Arusha was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Settlement and Water Development Tanzania. Lushoto was compiled by the Ministry of Lands Surveys and Water Tanganyika. Series also include Kapenguria, Nyeri, Chuka, Chismaio, published by War office and Air Ministry using Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880 (UTM Zones 36 and 37). Garsen was published by the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom). CRS System: Various: Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880); Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36N; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37N, Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 38N

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    Y731 (1: 50 000 scale) Topographic Maps represents the main 1: 50 000 scale mapping covering large parts of Kenya. The maps illustrate the key topographic features both natural and man made. There have been multiple versions of the maps published. Not all versions of the maps are held by the Geodata Centre. Those which are currently held (November 2018) are listed. Publishers OSD Government of the United Kingdom (Crown Copyright); OSD(K) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Kenya; OSD(T) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Tanzania; OSD(U) Government of the United Kingdom; USD Department of Land and Surveys Uganda; ING French National Geographic Institute for the Government of Kenya; JICA Japan International Co-operation Agency for the Government of Kenya.

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    Y731 (1: 50 000 scale) Topographic Maps represents the main 1: 50 000 scale mapping covering large parts of Kenya. The maps illustrate the key topographic features both natural and man made. There have been multiple versions of the maps published. Not all versions of the maps are held by the Geodata Centre. Those which are currently held (November 2018) are listed. Publishers OSD Government of the United Kingdom (Crown Copyright); OSD(K) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Kenya; OSD(T) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Tanzania; OSD(U) Government of the United Kingdom; USD Department of Land and Surveys Uganda; ING French National Geographic Institute for the Government of Kenya; JICA Japan International Co-operation Agency for the Government of Kenya.

  • Categories  

    Y503 series of 1:: 250 000 scale topographic maps. Each map is a compilation from pre-existing published topographic maps mosty at 1: 50 000 scale (detailed on each map face). Series includes Kaabong, Aloi, jinja, in Uganda which was compiled and published by The Department of Lands and Surveys in Uganda. These maps use the New Arc (1960) datus Clarke 1880 (Modified) Spheroid UTM zone 36. Series also includes Musuma in Tanzania which was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Forests and Wildlife, Tanganyika. Arusha was compiled by the Ministry of Lands, Settlement and Water Development Tanzania. Lushoto was compiled by the Ministry of Lands Surveys and Water Tanganyika. Series also include Kapenguria, Nyeri, Chuka, Chismaio, published by War office and Air Ministry using Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880 (UTM Zones 36 and 37). Garsen was published by the Ministry of Defence (United Kingdom). CRS System: Various: Transverse Mercator, Clarke 1880; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880); Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 36N; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37S; Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 37N, Arc 1960 (Clarke 1880) Zone 38N

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    Y731 (1: 50 000 scale) Topographic Maps represents the main 1: 50 000 scale mapping covering large parts of Kenya. The maps illustrate the key topographic features both natural and man made. There have been multiple versions of the maps published. Not all versions of the maps are held by the Geodata Centre. Those which are currently held (November 2018) are listed. Publishers OSD Government of the United Kingdom (Crown Copyright); OSD(K) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Kenya; OSD(T) Government of the United Kingdom for the Government of Tanzania; OSD(U) Government of the United Kingdom; USD Department of Land and Surveys Uganda; ING French National Geographic Institute for the Government of Kenya; JICA Japan International Co-operation Agency for the Government of Kenya.