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London, England, Street Maps 1863, Historical Maps - Old House Books
New edition, to be published May 2013
All of London with the surrounding countryside and outlying villages such as Hampstead, Stratford, Merton and Beckenham First published 146 years ago The massive expansion of the Victorian age produced a demand for detailed maps to determine ownership of land and to plan development. Edward Stanford, a leading Victorian cartographer, produced these maps to show the railways, factories, docks and roads that were springing up everywhere. So detailed are these maps that even individual gardens of suburban homes are shown as are separate platforms of the new railway termini and, astonishingly, even the individual statues in the city Maps at a scale of 6 inches to 1 mile. 4 maps approx each 99 x 71cm (39 x 28ins) All 4 sheets folded in a boxed set.
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