[England, Humber River, Spurn Point]
Chart indicates low water marks, depth in fathoms, and ships course taken around the point. Dotted areas indicate banks and shoals. Of significance on this chart are locations of proposed lights and compass lines.
A map of Spurn Point, Located on the east coast of the United Kingdom. Prime Meridian is unknown due to lack of information and graticule. There is one scale bar on the bottom of the map, represented in Miles. Map reads with North facing to the top of the map. I can only assume that the lines throughout the map are indication of current?
1 chart ; 10 x 19 cm
-0.106; 0.329; 53.510; 53.640
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.37, February 1767, opposite pg. 56
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