File:1924 BMT dual contracts map.jpg

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1924 map of the BMT, showing construction done under the Dual Contracts. From [1], public domain according to [2]:

"According to the Library of Congress Copyright Office for works copyrighted prior to January 1, 1964 the copyright endured for a period of 28 years unless it was renewed. A search of copyright office records disclosed no registration or renewal for this title or author, therefore it is my understanding that I can make these scans available."

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current06:13, 15 February 2005Thumbnail for version as of 06:13, 15 February 2005696 × 978 (155 KB)SPUI~commonswiki{{PD}}1924 map of the BMT. From [http://www.bmt-lines.com/history.html], public domain according to [http://www.bmt-lines.com/TTruths.html].

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