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  • Houston Ship Channel Atlas

    Houston Ship Channel Atlas
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    Product Information:

    This Facility Map Atlas of the Houston Ship Channel Region covers:

    • Houston Ship Channel (mile 49 to mile 0)
    • Barbours Cut
    • Bayport Ship Channel
    • Texas City Channel
    • Galveston Channel

    Map Atlas Features:

    • September 2008 Natural Color Aerial Photography (post Hurricane Ike)
    • Port Facility Names for Piers, Docks, Wharves (updated August 2009)
    • Major Industry Labels (updated August 2009)
    • Channel Mile Markers
    • Ship and Other Navigation Channels
    • Depth Soundings and Contours
    • Texas StratMap Streets and Roads
    • 11"x17" Format (weatherproof version available)

    Price: $150.00
    Quantity: (10 in-stock)
    Add waterproof paper for $40
    Waterproof paper $40

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