This is one in a series of maps of the Ruhrgebiet. It is taken from the British War Office 1:12,500 plans and reduced to approx 1:19,000. Published in 1945, prior to the Allied occupation of the area, the maps are especially good at showing industry, collieries and transport. They can be purchased through our On-line Mapshop.
Here are the details of our maps of the Mülheim area:
This map covers the central and southern part of Mülheim with coverage extending as far west as Duisburg station, in the top left corner of the map. Features include the Menden, Saarn, Broich and Speldorf areas of Mülheim. The map also includes the fascinating area south of Duisburg that includes the Berta See, Wedau, Bissingheim Estate and busy railway works and yards. Of special interest to some ex-servicemen will be the barracks south of Mülheim which became Wrexham Barracks.
You can order maps direct from our On-line Mapshop. For a full list of maps for Germany and prices go to the Germany Page. For other information, see the Index Page.
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