PLAN of the River LAGON, and of the intended NAVIGABLE CANAL from BELFAST to LOUGHNEAGH, Survey'd by Order of the Rt. Hon'ble and Hon'ble the Navigation Board of Ireland in 1768, By Rob't Whitworth, Engin'r
Map of proposed navigational canals from Belfast, Ireland to Lough Neagh branching off from the River Lagan. Though simple in appearance, plan notes many villages and towns, bridges, buildings, and rivers. Table of Irish distances including chains at bottom of plan.
It is oriented with NNW at the top. Scale derived from map, coordinated derived via georeferencing.
1 map ; 17 x 31 cm
-6.381; -5.888; 54.371; 54.652
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.48, Supplement 1778, opposite pg. 644
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