Birds-eye view from summit of Mt. Washington; White Mountains, New Hampshire
- Birds-eye view from summit of Mt. Washington; White Mountains, New Hampshire
- Title (alt.):
Bird's eye view from Mt. Washington, New Hampshire
Although entitled a bird’s-eye view, this colorful presentation provides a fish-eye or 360-degree panoramic perspective. It distorts the topography of Mount Washington from a single vantage point directly above the mountain. The mountain’s summit, with accurately delineated buildings and the approaching road and railroad, is the central focus. Everything else is distorted. The surrounding mountains appear in the distance as non-distinctive colored hills, but each is numbered and identified in corresponding lists in the map’s four corners. Published by the Boston and Maine Railroad, this artistic piece would certainly appeal to tourists visiting New England’s tallest landmark.
- Boston and Maine Railroad
- Geo. H. Walker & Co
- Name on Item:
issued by Passenger Department of Boston Maine R.R.
Boston Public Library
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center
- Collection (local):
Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection
Washington, Mount (N.H.)--Aerial views
White Mountains (N.H. and Me.)--Aerial views
New HampshireWhite Mountains
Geo. H. Walker & Co.
Exhibited: "Unconventional Maps: Exploring the Stories of Cartographic Curiosities" organized by the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library, 2011-2012.
Includes key to 189 places.
- 1 view : col. ; 62 cm. diam., on sheet 71 x 67 cm. + cover
Not drawn to scale.
- Call #:
G3742.W3A3 1902 .B6
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