Dewey Decimal
Classification
System
Lecture 1
Bair-Mundy
Melvil Dewey
1851-1931
• Librarian at Amherst College when he
developed the Dewey Decimal
Classification (DDC) system
• A Classification and Subject Index for
Cataloguing and Arranging the Books
and Pamphlets of a Library published
in 1876
• Original was 44 pages long
DDC today
 Four volumes
 Published every 8 years
Online version updated frequently
 Responsive to customer needs
Four volumes of DDC 22
Manual
+
Tables
Schedules
Relative
Index
Two features introduced by
Dewey
• Relative location - Dewey system
numbers books in terms of their
relation to one another without
regard to the shelves or rooms where
they are placed 000
999
• Relative index - Brings together
under one term the locations in the
scheme of a subject which falls in
several fields of study
Two ways to find a number
in the schedules
 Summaries
 Front of schedules (Volume 2)
 Ten main classes
 Hundred divisions
 Thousand sections
 Relative index
 Last volume (Volume 4)
 Relates subjects to disciplines
The Dewey Decimal System
• Advantage: Orderly, hierarchical
system that organizes the
universe of knowledge
• Disadvantage: Based on the
decimal system. The real world
isn’t neatly divided into tens (e.g.
periodical table)
Francis
Bacon
W.T.
Harris
Philosophy
(Reason)
Science
Philosophy
Religion
Soc. & Pol. Sci.
Natural Sci.
Art
Fine arts
Poetry
Pure fiction
Literary misc.
History
Geography &
Travel
(Inverted)
Poesy
(Imagination)
History
(Memory)
Dewey
Science
Philosophy
Religion
Sociology
Science
Art
Fine arts
Literature
History
Geography &
Travel
Summaries
First summary
The Ten Main Classes
000 Computer science, information &
general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
900 History & geography
Ten main classes
000 Computer science, information &
general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500
Science
The first
digit in the number indicates the main
600
class.Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800
ZerosLiterature
are used to fill out the notation to the
900
History
& geography
minimum
required
length of digits.
Ten main classes
000 Computer science, information &
general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
900 History & geography
Ten main classes
000 Computer science, information &
general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
Includes
Library and
700
Arts &020
recreation
800 Literature information sciences
900 History & geography
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
000 Computer science, knowledge &
systems
010
020
030
040
050
060
[040]
070
080
090
Bibliographies
Library & information sciences
Encyclopedias & books of facts
[Unassigned]
Magazines, journals & serials
Associations, organizations &
[Unassigned]
museums
recently
used&inpublishing
Edition 16
NewsMost
media,
journalism
Quotations
Manuscripts & rare books
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
200 Religion
210
220
230
240
250
260
270
280
290
Philosophy & theory of religion
The Bible
Christianity & Christian theology
Christian practice & observance
Christian pastoral practice & religious
orders
Christian organization, social work &
worship
History of Christianity
Christian denominations
Other religions
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
500 Science
510
520
530
540
550
560
570
580
590
Mathematics
Astronomy
Physics
Chemistry
Earth sciences & geology
Fossils & prehistoric life
Life sciences; biology
Plants (Botany)
Animals (Zoology)
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
Dual heading
570 Life sciences; biology
Subordinate topic
forms main part of
the disciplinary area
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
500 Science
510 Mathematics
520 Astronomy
530 Physics
540 Chemistry
550 Earth sciences
& geology
530 Physics
560 Fossils & prehistoric life
570 Life sciences; biology
5805 =Plants
Science(Botany) 3 = Physics
590 Animals (Zoology)
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
600 Technology
610
620
630
640
650
660
670
680
690
Medicine & health
Engineering
Agriculture
Home & family management
Management & public relations
Chemical engineering
Manufacturing
Manufacture for specific uses
Building & construction
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
900 History
910
920
930
940
950
960
970
980
990
Geography & travel
Biography & genealogy
History of ancient world (to ca. 499)
History of Europe
History of Asia
History of Africa
History of North America
History of South America
History of other areas
Third summary
The Thousand Sections
020 Library & information sciences
[024]Library
[Unassigned]
021
relationships
022 Administration of physical plant
Most recently
used in Edition 18
023 Personnel
management
024 [Unassigned]
025 Library operations
026 Libraries for specific subjects
[029]
[Unassigned]
027 General
libraries
028 Reading & use of other information
Most recently used in Edition 18
media
029 [Unassigned]
Third summary
The Thousand Sections
530 Physics
531 Classical mechanics; solid mechanics
532 Fluid mechanics; liquid mechanics
533 Gas mechanics
534 Sound & related vibrations
535 Light & infrared & ultraviolet phenomena
536
534Heat
Sound & related vibrations
537 Electricity & electronics
4 = Sound
538 Magnetism
= Physics
539 Modern3physics
5 = Science
Move to applied sciences
600
600 Technology (Applied sciences)
See also 303.483 for technology as a cause
of cultural change…
601
602
603
604
605
…
SUMMARY
Philosophy and theory
Miscellany
Dictionaries, encyclopedias…
Technical drawing, hazardous
materials technology, history…
Serial publications
600
600 Technology (Applied sciences)
See also 303.483 for technology as a cause
of cultural change…
601
602
603
604
605
…
SUMMARY
Philosophy and theory
Miscellany
Dictionaries, encyclopedias…
Technical drawing, hazardous
materials technology, history…
Serial publications
630
Dewey Decimal Classification
630
630 Agriculture and related technologies
Standard subdivisions are added for
agriculture and related technologies
together, for agriculture alone
Class here interdisciplinary works on plants
of agricultural importance…farming…
SUMMARY
630.1-.9
Standard subdivisions
631
Specific technologies; apparatus…
.2
Agricultural structures
.3
Tools, machinery, apparatus…
.4
Soil science
.5
Cultivation and harvesting
630
[.15]
Dewey Decimal Classification
630
Scientific principles
Do not use; class in 630.21-630.29
.2
Miscellany and scientific principles
.201
Tabulated, illustrative, related
materials; humorous treatment;
audiovisual treatment
[ ] Square
brackets
meanrelated
.201 1-.201
2 Tabulated,
illustrative,
materials
"Do not use"
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
631 Specific techniques; apparatus,
equipment, materials
Topics common to plant and animal
husbandry or limited to plant culture
Class comprehensive works on
apparatus, equipment, materials used in
a specific auxiliary technique or
procedure in 630.208, e.g., computers
630.2085
For plant injuries, diseases, pests, see 632;
for specific techniques, apparatus,
equipment, materials for specific plant crops,
see 633-635; …
621
.93
Engineering and allied operations
621
Cutting, disassembling, sawing
tools
Including axes, crowbars, scissors,
shears, slicers, trimmers
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
631.417 What does this
.4 Soil science
mean?
Class here interdisciplinary
works6 on ?soils
.41 Soil chemistry
.416 Inorganic chemistry
.417 Organic chemistry
Including humus
Class here soil biochemistry
.42 Soil fertility, acidity, alkalinity
Start with our summaries
First summary
The Ten Main Classes
000 Computer science, information &
general works
100 Philosophy & psychology
200 Religion
300 Social sciences
400 Language
500 Science
600 Technology
700 Arts & recreation
800 Literature
900 History & geography
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
631.417 What does this mean?
.4 Soil science
6
Technology
Class here
interdisciplinary
works
63on soils
?
.41 Soil chemistry
.416 Inorganic chemistry
.417 Organic chemistry
Including humus
Class here soil biochemistry
.42 Soil fertility
Second summary
The Hundred Divisions
600
610
620
630
640
650
660
670
680
690
Technology
Medicine & health
Engineering
Agriculture
Home & family management
Management & public relations
Chemical engineering
Manufacturing
Manufacture for specific uses
Building & construction
631
.4
Agriculture and related technologies
631.417 What does this mean?
Soil science
6
Technology
.41
.416
.417
.42
631
Class here interdisciplinary
63on soils
Agriculture
works
Soil chemistry
631 ?
Inorganic chemistry
Organic chemistry
Including humus
Class here soil biochemistry
Soil fertility
Third summary
The Thousand Sections
630
631
632
633
634
635
636
637
638
639
Agriculture & related technologies
Techniques, equipment & materials
Plant injuries, diseases, pests
Field & plantation crops
Orchards, fruits, & forestry
Garden crops (Horticulture)
Animal husbandry
Processing dairy & related products
Insect culture
Hunting, fishing, & conservation
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
631.417
.4 Soil science
6
Technology
Class here
interdisciplinary
63
Agriculture
631
Techniques, equipment,
works
on soils
&
materials
.41 Soil chemistry
631.4
?
.416
.417
Inorganic chemistry
Organic chemistry
Including humus
Class here soil biochemistry
.42 Soil fertility
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
.4 Soil science
Class here interdisciplinary
works on soils
.41 Soil chemistry
631.417
.416 Inorganic
chemistry
6
Technology
63 chemistry
Agriculture
.417 Organic
631
Techniques, equipment,
Including humus
& materials
Class
here soil
biochemistry
631.4
?Soil
science
.42 Soil fertility
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
.4 Soil science
Class here interdisciplinary
works on soils
.41 Soil chemistry
631.417
.416 Inorganic
chemistry
6
Technology
.417 Organic
63 chemistry
Agriculture
631
Techniques, equipment,
Including
humus
& materials
Class
631.4here soil
Soilbiochemistry
science
.42 Soil fertility
631.41 Soil
? chemistry
631
.4
631
6
Technology (applied science)
63
Agriculture and related technologies
631
Specific techniques… materials
Soil science
631.4 Soil science
Class
hereSoil
interdisciplinary
631.41
chemistry
.41
.416
.417
.42
631.417
Agriculture
and related technologies
631.417
works
on Organic
soils chemistry
Soil chemistry
Inorganic chemistry
Organic chemistry
Including humus
631.417
Class here soil biochemistry
Organic
chemistry of soils
Soil fertility
631
Agriculture and related technologies
631
.53 Plant propagation
Class here comprehensive works on plant
propagation and nursery practices
.531
.532
.533
.534
.535
.536
Propagation from seeds (Sowing)
Propagation from bulbs and tubers
Propagation from suckers, runners,
buds
Propagation by layering
Propagation from cuttings and slips
Transplanting
Using the Relative Index
Relative Index
Persuasion
logic
political science
psychology
rhetoric
social process
303.342
168
320.014
153.852
808
303.342
100 Philosophy & psychology
300 Social sciences
800 Literature
Class
numbers
(not page
numbers)
Relative Index
Publicity Previous subject
Publishers
070.5
biography
070.509 2
business organizations
338.761 070 5
Publishing law
occupational ethics
174.907
relations with authors
070.52
Publishers' catalogs
015
Publishing
070.5
accounting
657.84
journalism
070.5
law
343.099 8
Pubs Change to totally new647.95
subject
Relative Index
Punctuation
specific languages
411
T4—11
T4 refers to Table 4
–11 are digits to be appended
to a number in the schedule
Relative Index
Mexicans
Mexico
Mexico (Mexico)
Mexico, Gulf of
T5—687 2
972
T2—72
T2—725 2
551.463 4
T2—163 64
Mexico in the twentieth
century
972
General history of North America
972
972 Middle America Mexico
SUMMARY
972.000 1–.000 9 Standard subdivisions
of Middle America
.001–.009
Standard subdivisions
of Mexico
.01–.08
Historical periods of
Mexico
Mexico in the twentieth
century
Classifying in Dewey getting started
 Look up your topic in Relative Index
or use the summaries
 Go to the schedule
 Check in the hierarchy to make sure
the topic is contextually correct
 Write the number down and follow
any additional instructions
An illustrated book of farmhouses
631.21
6 Technology
63 Agriculture
631 Specific techniques; apparatus,
equipment, materials
631.2 Agricultural structures
631.21 Farm houses
The scientific principles of crop
rotation
631.582
6 Technology
63 Agriculture
631 Specific techniques…
631.5 Cultivation and harvesting
631.58 Special methods
631.582 Crop rotation
How do we add the idea of
scientific principles?
Four volumes of DDC 21
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
The following notation is never used
alone, but may be used as required
with any regular schedule number,
e.g., workbooks (—07 in this table) in
arithmetic (513): 513.076. When
adding to a number from the
schedules, always insert a decimal
point between the third and fourth
digits of the complete number.
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
SUMMARY
—01
—02
—03
—04
—05
—06
—07
—08
—09
Philosophy and theory
Miscellany
Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
concordances
Special topics
Serial publications
Organizations and management
Education, research, related topics
History and description with respect
to kinds of persons
Historical, geographic, persons
treatment
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
—01
The
T1
Philosophy and theory
Class here methodology, schools of
thought
Class interdisciplinary
works
scientific
principles
ofoncrop
philosophy in 100
—011
Systemsrotation
Crop rotation
—012
Classification
631.582 015
…
—014
Language and communication
…
—0148 Abbreviations and symbols
—015
Scientific principles
Use of science to analyze and describe
the subject…
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
—02
…
T1
Miscellany
—020 2 Synopses and outlines
Including chronologies
space Class
between
numbers
works
called synopses and
that don't
are regular treatises or
just foroutlines
legibility;
to a subject in 001-999
recordintroductions
in
call
number
without use of notation 0202 from Table
1; class interdisciplinary chronologies
in 902.02
—020 7 Humorous treatment
Crop rotation cartoons
Crop rotation
631.5820207
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
—(026) Law
(Optional number; prefer 341347)
…
Do not use the optional number!
Use the preferred number.
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
—03
Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
concordances
…
—04
Special topics
Use this subdivision only
when it is specifically set
forth in the schedules….
Use —04 only when told to do so
in the schedules
T1
T1
—05
—06
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
Serial publications
Regardless of form (print or
electronic) or frequency
Class here house organs,
magazines, newspapers,
yearbooks…
Organizations and management
Class here Greek-letter
societies…student
organizations…; history, charters,
regulations, membership lists,
administrative reports
…
T1
—07
…
—072
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
Education, research, related
topics
Including programmed texts
Class here subject-oriented study
programs…
Research; statistical methods
Class here laboratory manuals
used in research, research
techniques not provided for
elsewhere in Table 1,
comprehensive works on
scientific method
T1
—09
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
Historical, geographic, persons
treatment
…
SUMMARY
—090 05
Serial publications
—090 1–090 5
Historical periods
—091
Treatment by areas, regions,
places in general
—092
Persons
—093–099
Treatment by specific
continents, countries,
localities; extraterrestrial
worlds
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
—090 1 To 499 A.D.
—090 12
To 4000 B.C.
—090 13
3999 – 1000 B.C.
—090 14
999 – 1 B.C.
—090 15
1st – 5th centuries, 1– 499
—090 2 6th – 15th centuries, 500-1499
—090 21
—090 22
—090 23
Class here Middle Ages
(Medieval period)
6th – 12 centuries, 5001199
13th century, 1200-1299
14th century, 1300-1399
T1
—092
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
Persons
Biography, autobiography,
descriptions and critical
appraisal of work, diaries,
reminiscences, correspondence
of persons regardless of area,
region, or place who are part of
the subject or who study the
subject, e.g., biographers,
collectors, leaders and followers,
practitioners and clients,
scholars
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
—093–099 Treatment by specific
continents, countries,
localities; extraterrestrial
worlds
…
Add "Areas" notation 3–9 from
Table 2 to base number —09, e.g.
the subject in United States —0973,
in Brazil —0981, in North America
—097.
Crop rotation in the United States
Crop rotation
631.5820973 United States
Frequently-Used Standard Subdivisions
(from Table 1)
—01
—03
Philosophy and theory
Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
concordances
—05
Serial publications
—06
Organizations and management
—07
Education, research, related topics
—072
Research; statistical methods
—09
Historical, geographic, persons
treatment
—092
Persons
—093–099 Treatment by specific continents,
countries, localities;
extraterrestrial worlds
659
659
Management and auxiliary services
659
Advertising and public relations
Class here publicity
.1
Advertising
.104
Special topics
of advertising
‘
.104 2
Social aspects of advertising
Adding specificity - Table 1
Standard Subdivisions
 Add (concatenate) to any number
from schedule
 Only one standard subdivision
allowed
 Use —04 only when directed to do so
 Consult table of preference when two
or more subdivisions appear
applicable
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions (continued)
Unless other instructions are given, observe
the following table of preference, e.g.
language and communication in education
and research —07 (not —014):
Special topics
Persons
…
Education, research, related topics
Management
…
Humorous treatment
…
—04
—092
—07
—068
—0207
Adding subdivisions number of zeros (1)
 If there is no indication to the
contrary, use one zero for the
standard subdivision:
398.609 History of riddles
Adding subdivisions number of zeros (2)
Types of instructions to indicate when
different number of zeros must be used:
 Notation in the number column
 Footnotes leading to an add table
where subdivisions are supplied
 Footnotes from the add instruction
itself stipulating the use of extra
zeros
321
321
Systems of governments and states
321
Systems of governments and states
Including heads of state and administration
Class here kinds of states
…
.001–.009 Standard subdivisions
Table 1:parts of a state
.01 Systems ofFrom
relating
standard
to—05
the whole
subdivision for
serial publications
Systems of government journal
Systems of govt.
321.005
Serial publications
600
Technology (Applied sciences)
601
602
Philosophy and theory
Miscellany
[.72]
.75
.9
603
604
600
Patents
Do not
use;7class
in 608
—020
standard
Trademarks and service marks
subdivision for
Commercial miscellany
humorous
Dictionaries, encyclopedias,
treatment
concordances
Technical
drawing,jokes
hazardous
Technology
materials technology…
Technology
60207
02.07humorous treatment
502
506
507
.2
.8
508
Natural sciences and mathematics
502
Organizations and management
Education, research, related topics
Research; statistical methods
Use of apparatus and equipment in study
and teaching
Class here science fair projects, science
projects in schools
Natural history
Do not use for history and description
of natural sciences and mathematics
with respect to groups of persons;
class in 500.8
Class here description and surveys of
phenomena in nature
334
334
.1
Economics
334
Cooperatives
Housing cooperatives
Class here building cooperatives…
.2
.22
.5
—025
Banking
and standard
credit cooperatives
subdivision for
Credit unions
directories
Consumer cooperatives
A directory of housing cooperatives
Housing cooperatives
334.1 025
335
335
…
Economics
335
Socialism and related systems
Standard subdivisions are added for
socialism and related systems
—01
standard
together,
for socialism
alone
subdivision
for
Class here schools
of thought
featuring planned
economies…
philosophy
and
theory
.001–.009 Standard subdivisions
.02
Utopian systems and schools
Philosophy and theory of socialism
Socialism
335.001
618
.9
.92
Medical sciences
Medicine
618
Pediatrics and geriatrics
Pediatrics —03 standard
Medicine for infants subdivision
and children up
for
to puberty…
dictionaries
…
.920 001–.920 007 Standard subdivisions
As modified under 616.1–616.9
.920 008
History with respect to kinds
of persons
Dictionary of pediatrics
Pediatrics
618.92 0003
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Table 2. Geographic Areas,
Historical Periods, Persons
The following numbers are never used
alone, but may be used as required
(either directly when so noted or
through the interposition of notation
09 from Table 1) with any number from
the schedules, e.g. wages (331.29) in
Japan (—52 in this table): 331.2952 …
T2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
—001–009
—01–05
—1
—11
—12
…
—2
—22
—3
—31
T2
SUMMARY
Standard subdivisions
Historical periods
Areas, regions, places in general…
Frigid zones
Temperate zones…
Persons
Collected treatment
The ancient world
China
T2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
—4
—41
—42
—43
—44
—45
Europe Western Europe
British Isles
England and Wales
Central Europe Germany
France and Monaco
Italian Peninsula and adjacent
islands Italy
…
—5
—51
—52
—53
Asia Orient Far East
China and adjacent areas
Japan
Arabian Peninsula …
T2
T2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
—4–9
Modern world; extraterrestrial
worlds
T2
Class comprehensive works on
specific jurisdictions, regions, or
features extending over more than one
country, state, county, or other unit
and identified by * with the unit where
noted in this table…
—4
Europe Western Europe
T2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
—41
—411
—412
—413
—414
—415
—416
—417
—418
—419
SUMMARY
British Isles
Scotland
Northeastern Scotland
Southeastern Scotland
Southwestern Scotland
Ireland
Ulster Northern Ireland
Republic of Ireland (Eire)
Leinster
Munster
—42
—421
England and Wales
Greater London
T2
Adding specificity - Table 2
Two ways to utilize
 Add number for geographic area
from Table 2 when directed to do so
in schedule
or
 Add —09 standard subdivision from
Table 1, then for locale from Table 2
Our book:
Local taxes in Selby
Where do we find numbers
for taxes?
336
Economics
336
.201 41
Local taxes in areas,
regions, places in
general…
.201 43–.201 49 Local taxes in specific
continents, countries,
states and provinces
Add to base number
336.2014 notation 3–9 from
Table 2, e.g., local taxes in
Go to
Table 2
Pennsylvania
336.2014748
Local taxes in Selby
Local taxes in
locality
336.2014
T2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
—428 4
—428 41
—428 42
—428 43
—428 45
—428 46
North Yorkshire and York City
Craven District
Harrogate Borough
York City
Selby District
Ryedale District
Local taxes in Selby
336.2014 42845
Local taxes
Local taxes
(schedule)
+
Selby
(Table 2)
T2
796
Recreational and performing arts
796
.72
.7206
Automobile racing
Organizations, facilities,
management
.720 68
Racetracks and speedways
Do not use for management;
class in 796.72069
Add to base number 796.72068
notation 1–9 from Table 2, e.g.
Go to Table
2
Indianapolis Motor
Speedway
796.7206877252
Automobile
Racetracks in Loch
Lomond
Racetracks &
speedways
796.72068
Looking for Loch Lomond
Relative Index
Loch Broom (Scotland)
Loch Lomond (Scotland)
Loch Ness (Scotland)
Loch Ness monster
Lochaber (Scotland)
Lockouts
T2―411 52
T2—414 2
T2—411 56
001.944
T2—411 56
331.894
Automobile Racetracks in Loch
Lomond
Racetracks &
speedways
796.72068
Four volumes of DDC 21
T2
—414 2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
T2
Argyll and Bute
Class here western part of
former Dumbarton District;
Campbeltown, Dunoon,
Helensburgh, Oban; Loch
Lomond
Automobile Racetracks in Loch
Lomond
Racetracks &
796.72068 4142
speedways
Racetracks
(schedule)
+
Loch Lomond
(Table 2)
796
.73
.75
.756
.76
Recreational and performing arts
796
Automobile rallies
Motorcycle and motor scooter
racing
Motocross
Midget car racing (Karting)
Go to Table 1
Motorcycle racing in Loch Lomond
Motorcycle
racing
796.75
Four volumes of DDC 21
T1
Table 1. Standard Subdivisions
—093–099
Go to
T1
Treatment by specific
continents, countries,
localities; extraterrestrial
worlds
History and description by place,
specific instance of the
Tableby
2
subject
Add to base number —09
notation 3–9 from Table 2…
Motorcycle racing in Loch Lomond
Motorcycle
racing
796.75 09
T2
—414 2
Table 2. Areas, Periods, Persons
T2
Argyll and Bute
Class here western part of
former Dumbarton District;
Campbeltown, Dunoon,
Helensburgh, Oban; Loch
Lomond
Motorcycle racing in Loch Lomond
Motorcycle
racing by locality
796.7509 4142
Motorcycle racing
(schedule)
By locality
(Table 1)
Loch Lomond
(Table 2)
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