Charlotte and Vicinity in North Carolina in a series of Rand McNally’s regional maps covering the environs of main US cities. The map covers an area centered on the city, extending west beyond Gaffney and Morganton; north beyond Hickory and Statesville to Sawmills and Lenoir; east to Lexington and Richfield; and south to Union, Chester and Lancaster. Other communities include Concord, Gastonia, Kings Mountain, Mineral Springs, Morganton, Rock Hill and Salisbury.
Maps in this series present the road network on a clear background with no relief shading to show the area’s topography, but with national or state parks, forests and other protected areas indicated by colouring. Roads are numbered and/or named, showing toll highways, exit numbers of interchanges, services and rest areas. Local airports are marked, but railways and other urban transport lines are not included unless specifically indicated in the individual description. Each town is presented in a different colour, providing those unfamiliar with the region a very clear picture of the area. Various places of interest and facilities are highlighted, including cultural and historical sites, educational institutions, sport and recreational facilities, etc. Each title is indexed. Several maps also include enlargements of the downtown area, plans of international airports, a mileage and driving times diagram for a much wider region than covered by the main map, etc - for more information please see the individual descriptions.
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