A railway map of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, including the recently-annexed Bosnia and Herzegovina, from a 1916 edition produced by the Viennese publishing house of Rudolf von Waldheim and Josef Eberle, who were better known as music publishers. Somehow developed and printed at the height of World War I, the map shows towns, rail lines and numbers, and major geographic landmarks, with city plans of a dozen imperial cities (Kraków is the only Galician example). One can see at a glance that Galicia was only sparsely covered by rail lines in 1916, like most of the eastern kingdoms of the Empire. The map is wall-sized, at 1.6m x 1.3m (over 5 feet by 4 feet). Single image, from the Digital Library of the Jagiellonian University.