Topographical map of South and Southern Africa showing British Bechuanaland, Basutoland, Swaziland, the southern portion of Southern Rhodesia, and a section of Portuguese East Africa. The map includes a key indicating British South Africa, Portuguese Territory, German Territory, railways and telegraph lines, railways under construction, roads, principal steamship routes (distances in nautical miles), heights in feet, mission stations, passes and proclaimed goldfields. It also gives tables of steamship and railway distances. Bar scale on map given in "English Miles." The map folds into an outer cover (21 x 12 cm). Inset maps: Rhodesia and British Central Africa (Scale 1:5 000 000) -- Witwatersrand - cadastral plan of the Witwatersrand area showing farm names and boundaries, buildings, railways reefs and names of mines (Scale [ca. 1:178 816]) -- Plan of Pretoria showing streets of the central city area (Scale [ca. 1:63 660]) -- Cape Town showing streets, principal buildings and other landmarks from Fort Knokke to the Green Point Common (Scale [ca. 1:26 822]) -- Pietermaritzburg - main streets and buildings (Scale [ca. 1:30 480]) -- Durban - main streets and buildings (Scale [ca. 1:30 480]) -- Kimberley - plan of Kimberley area showing mines, Beaconsfield and Du Point's Pan (Scale [ca. 1:63 660]) -- Port Elizabeth (Scale [ca. 1:26 822]) -- The Cape Peninsula from Robben Island to Cape Maclear and Anvil Rock showing railways, roads and lighthouses (Scale [ca. 1:459 813]) -- South eastern England on the scale of the general map; and a Track chart showing the routes to South Africa.