Grenada 1:50,000 Topographic Map. 1:50,000. 1992. Grenada Lands & Survey Department and DOS (442), Britain. Topographic survey map of the island, with larger scale inset of the south-west peninsula and a street plan of St George's. Relief is portrayed by vivid hill shading, with spot heights and contours at 200 feet intervals. Forest, mangrove and swamp areas are indicated. Road classification distinguishes surfaced and unsurfaced roads, 4WD trails and footpaths. The international airport, buildings and built-up areas are marked as well as ruins and antiquities, and other notable buildings e.g. hospitals, post offices, churches.
The South-West Peninsula, shown at 1:25,000 with more detail, is indexed for selected notable buildings and locations. The simple street plan of St George's is at 1:10,000 and is also indexed for various locations and buildings. Latitude and longitude margin ticks are at 5' intervals and a UTM grid is drawn over the map.
Sample of the map detail.
1 sheet, flat
1 sheet, laminated
1:500,000 Topographic Map - TPC Chart. 1:500,000. NGA. Large single-sheet overview map of the Grenada region.
Grenada & Grenadines Topographic Quadrangle Maps. 1:25,000. 1969-1988. DOS (342, 344), Britain. This 4-sheet map offers coverage of Grenada and the Grenadines. Sheet size varies, approx. 75 x 95 cm. Two sheets cover Grenada, one sheet covers Ronda, and one sheet covers Carriacou. Note that some of these sheets are out of print and only available as color plots or as digital raster files (scans of the original paper maps).
Grenada North, flat. Color plot only. Size is 41 x 28 inches.
Grenada South, flat. Color plot only. Size is 41 x 28 inches.
Ronde Island, flat. Sold out - digital or color plot.
Carriacou Topographic Map. 1:10,000. OS. Three sheets give complete coverage.
Carriacou North. 1 sheet, rolled
Petite Martinique. 1 sheet, rolled
Carriacou SW. 1 sheet, rolled
Carriacou SE. 1 sheet, rolled
Frigate & Large Islands. 1 sheet, rolled
Ronde Island. 1 sheet, rolled
Grenada Antique-style wall map. 21 X 25".
Grenada is an island nation in the southeastern Caribbean Sea including the southern Grenadines. Grenada is the second-smallest independent country in the Western Hemisphere. The islands are of volcanic origin with extremely rich soil. Grenada's interior is very mountainous. Several small rivers with beautiful waterfalls flow into the sea from these mountains. The climate is tropical: hot and humid in the rainy season and cooled by the trade winds in the dry season.
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