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Muar is a town in northwestern Johor, Peninsular Malaysia. (Bandar Muar teletak di negeri Johor, sebuah negeri di selatan Semenanjung Malaysia.)
This hand-drawn street map dates from about 1975: a thumbnail image is shown on the right - click to open a large map in a new window.
The map shows two personal locations as well as road names and buildings.
Jalan Bakri, Jalan Yayal, Jalan Daud, Jalan Salleh, Lorong Tay Boon Piah, Jalan Junid, Halan Kahlidi, Jalan Haji Baki, Jalan Abdul Rahman, Parit Khathe, Jalan Sultan Ibrahim, Lorong Pasamanikam, Jalan Othman, Jalan Mohadinh, Jalan Omri, Jalan Hassan, Jalan Kahtib, Jalan Meriam, Jalan Majidi, Jalan Petri, Jalan Maharani, Jalan Abdullah, Jalan Ali, Jalan Arab, Jalan Sisi, Jalan Sayang, Jalan Haji Abu, Jalan Suleiman, Jalan Tengku Bendahara, Jalan Rose, Jalan Md. Said Tahir, Jalan Dato' Hj Hassan, Jalan Bentayan, Jalan Satu A, Jalan Empat C, Jalan Hashim, Jalan Sungai Abong
Muar River, Muar Bridge, bus/taxi stand, Choo Loy housing estate, Post Office, Padang, Living Water Church, Trinity Church, St Andrews School, Taman Sri Maharani, Hospital, Detention Centre
Tan Tai Chuan's house
Rev & Mrs P. R. Warner, 17, Jalan Empat C, Taman Sri Maharani,
Muar, Johor, West Malaysia.
Peter Warner and his wife were Christian missionaries from New Zealand, working with the Overseas Missionary Fellowship (OMF) supporting the Presbyterian Church in Johor. They lived in Muar with their son and daughter.