What looks like a mountain range is simply the border between two walled plains: 164km Struve on the left and 120km Eddington on the right. (The curved thin white lines are an artifact from the screen capture.)
16 x 20 degree Lunar Astronautical Chart 37.
A slight change of angle.
Wide view of LAC 37.
View of Struve Crater.
Closer look at Struve L and rilles.
Briggs A on the border of Russell Crater.
89km Leucippus Q with the rim and a bit of floor of 57km Leucippus to the north.
Section of Lunar Astronautical Chart 53; Leucippus Q The crossing 26 degrees North and 120 degrees West is left of center.
10 – 15km craters at 26 degrees North, 146 degrees West on the far side of the Moon. Nearest named feature is Joule K.
Detail from 16 x 20 degree Lunar Astronautical Chart 52. Tick marks are tenths of a degree.
24cm model of region around 111km Gassendi crater. Model cut from 5/4 maple lumber. Scale roughly 1:750,000.
Quickmap (http://target.lroc.asu.edu/q3/) view of Gassendi brightened up a bit.
28km Encke crater with 32km Kepler crater in the distance. Imaged from SLDEM available from Map A Planet 2.
Section of LAC 057.
71km Jackson Crater located at 22 degrees North and 163 degrees West. Imaged from SLDEM available at Map A Planet 2.
Section of LAC 051 from Planetary Names.
22cm x 28cm model of Clavius Crater and its neighbors Scheiner, Blancanus, Rutherfurd and Porter. Imaged from ldem_128.jp2 found at pds.nasa.gov and cut in Maple with a CNC. Shape results from selecting sector of sphere: 12 degrees latitude and 28 degrees longitude.
View with higher sun angle.