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08168 p0002 004832
PROC PROCLAIMED ROADS 1876 - 1890 Under the Local Government Act passed in 1869 municipal councils had power to manage all lands which were defined as roads by formal proclamation. From 1876 proclamations were published in the Government Gazette and these referred to special plans on which the proclaimed roads were shaded. Proclamation proceeded systematically, with plans being produced for whole parishes. This procedure was operative until the early 1890's by which time approximately 1200 parishes had been gazetted. Thereafter proclamation was considered unnecessary if road abuttals were shown on Crown grant title deeds. If abuttals were found not to exist along any particular surveyed road, an ad hoc proclamation would be gazetted. The method of systematically defining roads, parish by parish, was undoubtedly time consuming. But it did produce a concise geographical picture and the proclaimed road plans remain important legal documents. To determine the extent of proclaimed roads in parishes which were not gazetted, it is necessary to investigate the title for each Crown allotment and search all Government Gazettes for any ad hoc proclamations post-dating the early 1890's. This is a subcollection from VPRS 8168 Historic Plan Collection.
about 4 hours ago 4 control points
08168 p0002 003244
MCS MISCELLANEOUS COASTAL SURVEYS 1802 - 1908 An adjunct to one coastal survey sub-collection, but containing more diverse material.It includes tracings of coastal survey plans, published shipping charts of Victorian, Australian and overseas ports and drawings of harbour developments.Really a miscellany of plans referring to the coastline, anywhere. Generally does not include original manuscripts. A sub collection of VPRS 8168 Historic Plan Collection.
1891 2 days ago 4 control points
08168 p0002 000419
CS COASTAL SURVEYS 1802 - 1923 This sub-collection comprises precise surveys of the Victorian coastline conducted between 1840 - 1870. These surveys were intended to define the configuration of the coastline, describe the structure of coastal vegetation and identify any land occupations. They were an integral part of the early topographic survey of Victoria. Many were compiled by the surveyor George D. Smythe. Published shipping charts of the 1860's and 1870's form a small proportion of the collection; the few plans which pre-date 1840 are copies of important surveys completed before the Melbourne Survey Office was established 1837. A sub collection of VPRS 8168 Historic Plan Collection.
2 days ago 4 control points
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16625 unit19 item341 228 Gippsland Mapping - Sale Map Sheet 8321-4
VPRS 16625/P1 Aerial Photographs 1978-1979. This series of Aerial Photographs consists of diapositives and prints. These are generally copies of Department of Crown Lands and Survey (VA 538) aerial photography and in most cases were part of standard Department of Crown Lands and Survey Map Sheet Set. These were used by the State Rivers and Water Commission (VA 723), the Rural Water Commission (VA 2338), and the Rural Water Corporation (VA 4234) to produce Photomosaics to record flood elevations and extents and assist in the design of rural water supply infrastructure. Compiled by Asa Letourneau. Download KML
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Ararat 1 tp loimp5017 Ararat Township Parish Plan mosaic
A mosaic made up of Ararat Township Parish Plans, 1,2,3,4 from from VPRS 16171 Regional Land Office Parish and Township Plans Digitised Reference Set. Compiled by Asa Letourneau. Download KML
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Campaspe 1 psh loimp2325 Campaspe Parish Plan, Imperial measure 2325
A mosaic of Campaspe Parish Plans, Imperial measure 2325 Compiled by Asa Letourneau. Download KML
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