Scotland 1st level Region Political Map @5,000,000 scale in Illustrator vector format
Small scale, up-to-date, detailed, 100% editable layered vector map. Suitable for use from A4 to A3 but if used larger the line and text quality will remain sharp. All text is editable font text. Projection will match Ordnance Survey data and co-ordinates. Contains 1st level admin boundaries and fills.
Layers include: Coastlines, county boundaries, county fills (as separate objects). Settlements layered by population. Road layers include Motorways, Primary routes and 'A' roads, road numbering, airports and airport names. Physical features include rivers, lakes, island, bay and headland names.
Formats: Available Illustrator CS1 (for use with Illustrator CS1 to CS6 or later) or Adobe Acrobat Editable PDF 6.0 format. Our maps in PDF 6.0 format are fully layered within Acrobat but can still be opened and edited in Illustrator CS4 -CS6 while retaining full layering with 100% editability.
Map dimensions: 11.6" D x 8.3" W (29.3cm D x 21cm W)
Extracted Document sizes: Illustrator CS: 6.8Mb Acrobat PDF: 2.7Mb
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Authors notes: This small scale region map is re-drawn and updated for 2013. Buy today and use immediately.
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