CO 1069-185-339

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Where: 201, Nakuru, Rift Valley, Kenya

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Description: Mile 395. Naivasha Station from the West (Fort in distance)

Location: Naivasha

Description: Mile 391. Masai grazing grounds round Naivasha.

Location: Naivasha

Our Catalogue Reference: Part of CO 1069/185

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    PigaPicha1

    • 12/Feb/2011 04:29:28

    All Kenya. Naivasha marked the boundary between the East Africa Protectorate and the Uganda Protectorate until 1902 when the boundary of the East Africa Protectorate was moved Westwards bissecting Mt Elgon and down into Lake Victoria. The former became what we now know as Kenya.