Browsing TIMEA Historical Maps and Plans by Subject "Port Said (Egypt) -- Maps."

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  • [Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula] 

    Unwin Brothers Lithographers (1877)
    A greyscale map of Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula, with major cities labeled. Names marked in red indicate excavations led by Mariette-Bey.
  • Map of Cook's Steamer and Dahabeah Service of the Nile 

    W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1895)
    Top half of a greyscale map of the course of the Nile River and areas of interest surrounding it, with the parts of the Nile serviced by Cook Tours traced in red, down to the Second Cataract. Also traced are routes through ...
  • [The Nile] 

    W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1902)
    Top half of a greyscale map of the course of the Nile River and areas of interest surrounding it, with the parts of the Nile serviced by Cook Tours traced in red, down to the Second Cataract. Also traced are routes through ...
  • [The Nile] 

    Survey Department of Giza (1915)
    A simplified map showing the course of the Nile River and the locations of major cities along it.
  • Port Said 

    Unknown (1898)
    Greyscale plan of Port Said, with infrastructure labeled.
  • Port Said 

    Wagner & Debes (1908)
    A colored plan of Port Said, with a key and showing major streets and businesses.
  • Port Said 

    Unknown (1885)
    An electronically enhanced version of a greyscale plan of Port Said, with infrastructure labeled.
  • The Suez Canal 

    Stanford's Geographical Establishment (1888)
    A map of the Suez Canal, from Port Said to Port Ibrahim, with major cities labeled and arable land shaded green. Inset is a closer view of Port Ibrahim and Suez.
  • The Suez Canal 

    Wagner & Debes (1914)
    A map of the Suez Canal, from Port Said to Port Ibrahim. The area from Port Said to the former Balah Lakes is displayed as an inset to the rest of the map.