~ Mount Sterling KY topo map, 1:24000 scale, 7.5 X 7.5 Minute, Current, 2016
Mount Sterling, Kentucky, USGS topographic map dated 2016.
Includes geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude). This topographic map is suitable for hiking, camping, and exploring, or framing it as a wall map.
Printed on-demand using high resolution imagery, on heavy weight and acid free paper, or alternatively on a variety of synthetic materials.
Topos available on paper, Waterproof, Poly, or Tyvek. Usually shipping rolled, unless combined with other folded maps in one order.
- Product Number: USGS-7995735
- Free digital map download (high-resolution, GeoPDF): Mount Sterling, Kentucky (file size: 24 MB)
- Map Size: please refer to the dimensions of the GeoPDF map above
- Weight (paper map): ca. 55 grams
- Map Type: POD USGS Topographic Map
- Map Series: US Topo
- Map Verison: Current
- Cell ID: 30822
- Datum: North American Datum of 1983
- Map Projection: Transverse Mercator
- Map Cell Name: Mount Sterling
- Grid size: 7.5 X 7.5 Minute
- Date on map: 2016
- Map Scale: 1:24000
- Geographical region: Kentucky, United States
All neighboring USGS topo maps are available for sale online at a variety of scales.
Topo map Mount Sterling, Kentucky, covers the geographical area associated the following places:
- Klondike - Bogy-Chennault (historical) - Smithville (historical) - Reid Village - Rosedale (historical) - Calk (historical) - Ewington - Prewitt - Pine Hill (historical) - Mount Sterling
- Map Area ID: AREA38.12538-84-83.875
- Northwest corner Lat/Long code: USGSNW38.125-84
- Northeast corner Lat/Long code: USGSNE38.125-83.875
- Southwest corner Lat/Long code: USGSSW38-84
- Southeast corner Lat/Long code: USGSSE38-83.875
- Northern map edge Latitude: 38.125
- Southern map edge Latitude: 38
- Western map edge Longitude: -84
- Eastern map edge Longitude: -83.875
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