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Rand McNally's Easy To Read State Folded Map is a must-have for anyone traveling in and around Pennsylvania, offering unbeatable accuracy and reliability at a great price. Our trusted cartography shows all Interstate, U.S., state, and county highways, along with clearly indicated parks, points of interest, airports, county boundaries, and streets. The easy-to-use legend and detailed index make for quick and easy location of destinations. You'll see why Rand McNally folded maps have been the trusted standard for years. Regularly updated, full-color maps 40% larger map with a bigger type size than the Rand McNally Folded Map Clearly labeled Interstate, U.S., state, and county highways Indications of parks, points of interest, airports, county boundaries, and more Mileage and driving times map Detailed index Convenient folded sizeCoverage AreaDetailed maps of: Allentown/Bethlehem, Altoona, Erie, Gettysburg, Harrisburg, Johnstown, Lancaster, Philadelphia & Vicinity, Downtown Philadelphia, Pittsburgh & Vicinity, Downtown Pittsburgh, Reading, Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, YorkProduct DetailsDimensions (unfolded): 28" x 40".

Easy To Read: Pennsylvania State Map (Rand McNally Easy to Read!) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0528882012

ISBN: 0528882015

Author: Rand McNally

Category: Travel

Subcategory: United States

Language: English

Publisher: Rand McNally; Fold Map edition (April 17, 2012)

ePUB size: 1762 kb

FB2 size: 1610 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 869

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Wizer
Perhaps I didn't read the fine print of the description closely enough, but...realize that West Texas is on one side of the map and East Texas is on the other. As a result, if you bought two maps and overlapped them to have one for the wall the actual dimensions would be about twice the area. I did buy it to put on the wall but my plan is to use pushpins to track where I've traveled and concentrating on East Texas suits my purpose. I agree it probably would not tolerate a lot of folding and unfolding but it's really big so I'm not sure it would work well for trying to read in the car. And I suppose if you live on the edge of the map, you might be consulting one side, flipping it over as you travel, then back again, etc.
Wizer
Perhaps I didn't read the fine print of the description closely enough, but...realize that West Texas is on one side of the map and East Texas is on the other. As a result, if you bought two maps and overlapped them to have one for the wall the actual dimensions would be about twice the area. I did buy it to put on the wall but my plan is to use pushpins to track where I've traveled and concentrating on East Texas suits my purpose. I agree it probably would not tolerate a lot of folding and unfolding but it's really big so I'm not sure it would work well for trying to read in the car. And I suppose if you live on the edge of the map, you might be consulting one side, flipping it over as you travel, then back again, etc.
Kegal
Rand McNally knows how to do maps right and their Pennsylvania map is no exception. This map is a great if you need a road map of Pennsylvania. Half the state is one one side of the map and the rest is on the other side. Of course, this can be a pain if you are visiting areas that are right in the division area.

The map is old style. It's a huge fold out map that is bulky when opened in full. Of course, those are downsides of any large folded paper map. There are detailed maps of several large Pennsylvania cities which are helpful but would not give a great deal of detail if driving in those cities. We all know how large paper maps can be hard to fold back and that they often wear quickly when used but that is the fun of old style road maps.

The RAND MCNALLY PENNSYLVANIA map is an excellent choice if you need a large picture of the beautiful state of Pennsylvania--where cities are located and distances. Many points of interest are shown on the map that are outside the major cities and are more isolated, such as Frank Lloyd Wright's famous FALLINGWATER.

This is an excellent map to get you from city to city in Pennsylvania. A more detailed map would be needed for specific cities but here is a great overview of Pennsylvania.
Kegal
Rand McNally knows how to do maps right and their Pennsylvania map is no exception. This map is a great if you need a road map of Pennsylvania. Half the state is one one side of the map and the rest is on the other side. Of course, this can be a pain if you are visiting areas that are right in the division area.

The map is old style. It's a huge fold out map that is bulky when opened in full. Of course, those are downsides of any large folded paper map. There are detailed maps of several large Pennsylvania cities which are helpful but would not give a great deal of detail if driving in those cities. We all know how large paper maps can be hard to fold back and that they often wear quickly when used but that is the fun of old style road maps.

The RAND MCNALLY PENNSYLVANIA map is an excellent choice if you need a large picture of the beautiful state of Pennsylvania--where cities are located and distances. Many points of interest are shown on the map that are outside the major cities and are more isolated, such as Frank Lloyd Wright's famous FALLINGWATER.

This is an excellent map to get you from city to city in Pennsylvania. A more detailed map would be needed for specific cities but here is a great overview of Pennsylvania.
Cetnan
These maps are great for genealogy purposes. They make it easier to see where ancestors lived decades ago, what the landscape was like, etc.They are very good for tracing border changes and relocations into other states via rivers and trails.
Cetnan
These maps are great for genealogy purposes. They make it easier to see where ancestors lived decades ago, what the landscape was like, etc.They are very good for tracing border changes and relocations into other states via rivers and trails.
Fordrekelv
The description says this map is from 2010. It is actually from 2006. There is an entire freeway exchange in Bastrop that is not on the map. It also falls apart at the creases after one use. It is a little easier to read but not all roads are clearly marked and it is five years out of date. A lot can happen in five years. I contacted Rand McNally and they confirmed that the map is from 2006. I returned the map to Amazon with no trouble.
Fordrekelv
The description says this map is from 2010. It is actually from 2006. There is an entire freeway exchange in Bastrop that is not on the map. It also falls apart at the creases after one use. It is a little easier to read but not all roads are clearly marked and it is five years out of date. A lot can happen in five years. I contacted Rand McNally and they confirmed that the map is from 2006. I returned the map to Amazon with no trouble.
Thohelm
During the recent hurricane evacuation I had to go through the Texas hill country to get to my destination. It was dark and rainy and I lost my GPS and cell phone service about two hours from location. The road signs for my destination were non-existent. Was very frustrating not knowing if I was on the right road in the right direction. I thought to myself, " Sure would be nice to have a road map!" Well now I have one. Got one for the wife also. I got lucky while going through a small town and seeing a small sign at a four way stop with arrow pointing left to my destination. Something to put on your evacuation list for sure.
Thohelm
During the recent hurricane evacuation I had to go through the Texas hill country to get to my destination. It was dark and rainy and I lost my GPS and cell phone service about two hours from location. The road signs for my destination were non-existent. Was very frustrating not knowing if I was on the right road in the right direction. I thought to myself, " Sure would be nice to have a road map!" Well now I have one. Got one for the wife also. I got lucky while going through a small town and seeing a small sign at a four way stop with arrow pointing left to my destination. Something to put on your evacuation list for sure.
Kitaxe
Think of the gas station maps of your youth. Not enough detail. Torn in the first usage. Still an analog product that helped visualize the trip I planned.
Kitaxe
Think of the gas station maps of your youth. Not enough detail. Torn in the first usage. Still an analog product that helped visualize the trip I planned.
Gosar
I am a roadmap collector and recently bought the RandMcNally maps for all 50 states, plus a US Interstate map. I like the large scale used and helps considering my vision is less than ideal. I also use these maps to supplement the official maps that I also have for the entire country
Gosar
I am a roadmap collector and recently bought the RandMcNally maps for all 50 states, plus a US Interstate map. I like the large scale used and helps considering my vision is less than ideal. I also use these maps to supplement the official maps that I also have for the entire country
I am a roadmap collector and recently bought the RandMcNally maps for all 50 states, plus a US Interstate map. I like the large scale used and helps considering my vision is less than ideal. I also use these maps to supplement the official maps that I also have for the entire country
I am a roadmap collector and recently bought the RandMcNally maps for all 50 states, plus a US Interstate map. I like the large scale used and helps considering my vision is less than ideal. I also use these maps to supplement the official maps that I also have for the entire country