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General Highway Map, El Paso County, Texas / 1961

Texas State Archives Map Number 5122

thumbnail image of map 5122 - link to full image
Publisher: Texas State Highway Department, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, 1956. State highways revised to January 1, 1961.

Scale: 1 inch = 2 miles
Size: 45 cm x 61 cm
Type of map: hwy     Format: b&w/elp   
Language: e
Related Map/s: 4853, 5450, 5834
Date Scanned: 9/17/2003

Downloadable Map Image,
File Size: 12.26m (zipped)

Description: Shows rivers, creeks, streams, mountains, old river beds of the Rio Grande, cities, towns; outlying buildings--including schools, churches, and post offices; roads, highways (giving mileage between points), bridges, railroads, cemeteries, Texas - New Mexico boundary markers, utility lines, petroleum pipelines, mines or quarries, canals, military bases, and airports. Inset: Tornillo. Four of the six sheets comprising this map are actually enlargements of the county along the Rio Grande, showing more detail of El Paso, and plans of Canutillo, Clint, San Elizario, Fabens, Cuadrilla. An earlier edition is 4853. Later editions are 5450, 5834.

Long. 105 deg. 55' - 106 deg. 40'

6 sheets, each 45 cm x 61 cm.


Fabens, plan
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, cemeteries
Cuadrilla, plan
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, street map
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, highways
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, railroads
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, military bases
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, airports
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, canals
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, utility lines
El Paso County, canals
El Paso, city of, and vicinity, petroleum pipelines
El Paso County, utility lines
San Elizario, plan
Canutillo, plan
El Paso County, railroads
El Paso County, post offices
El Paso County, military bases
El Paso County, petroleum pipelines
El Paso County, mines or quarries
El Paso County, highway map
Tornillo, plan
El Paso County, cemeteries
Clint, plan
El Paso County, airports

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