The 2006 Lexington County, South Carolina Wall Map from Classroom Maps AtoZ measures 72in. x 43in. using up-to-date cartography showing new streets and changes, plotted in complete street detail at a scale of 1in. = 7,040 feet. Printed in color with a markable/washableŚlaminated surface. Street index provided on the face of the map. Framing rails are included on top and bottom for easy wall mounting. Railed wall maps can be turned into pull down maps on spring rollers for an additional $30 (includes wall mount brackets). Select spring mounted option from the drop down below and 'Add to Cart'.
Area of coverage: Section I: All of Lexington County with the following boundaries: North: to the Newberry County line; South: to the Aiken/Orangeburg County line; East: to the Calhoun county line; West: to the Aiken/Saluda County line.
Section II: With the following insets of Lexington: Batesburg & Leesville, Summit & Gilbert, Pelion, Sansea, Chapin. North: Irmo; South: South Congaree & Pine Ridge; East: to the Richland/Lexington County line; West: 3 miles west of the city limit of Lexington.
Details include all streets and highways, government buildings, airports, water features, fire/police stations, hospitals, shopping centers, educational facilities, railroads, recreational parks, golf/country clubs, post offices, city limits/annexations, cemeteries, ZIP codes/boundaries, subdivision names, school districts, and points of interest.
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