Mexico and Central America - Published 1953

National Geographic

This map is unique in that it combines Mexico and Central America, showing the expansion of transportation in the region as roads and parts of the Pan American Highway were being built. At the time of this publication in March 1953, many regions of Central America relied on air travel as the principal means of modern transportation. Honduras in particular had more airports that roadways.

Page Size: 37 x 27.25 in (937 x 690 mm)

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