WestLondon (Cassini Old Series Historical Map) - VARIOUS
Cassini Historical Map Old Series. Reprints of Ordnance Survey's 19th-century Old Series maps, enlarged and combined to match scale and coverage of present-day...... more
Cassini Historical Map Old Series. Reprints of Ordnance Survey's 19th-century Old Series maps, enlarged and combined to match scale and coverage of present-day OS Landrangers. Constant local publicity (100+ articles since March 2006); national publicity c. once a month, incl Daily Telegraph (Dec 06). Country Life (Apr 07), Independent (May 07), Daily Telegraph (May 07)
WestLondon By Cassini Publishing (sheet Map, Folded, 2006)
ean 9781847360571 title west london 176 1805 1822 sku st 1847360572 product category books comics magazines about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this...... more
ean 9781847360571 title west london 176 1805 1822 sku st 1847360572 product category books comics magazines about speedy hen ltd by continuing with this checkout and ordering from speedy hen you are accepting our current terms and conditions details of which can be found by clicking here country of publication united kingdom date of publication 20 11 2006 format sheet map folded genre level 1 adult non fiction trade genre level 2 the arts genre level 3 antiques collectables height 226 mm isbn 10
Perfect for day trips and short breaks, the OS Landranger Map series covers Great Britain with 204 detailed maps. Each map provides all the information you need...... more
Perfect for day trips and short breaks, the OS Landranger Map series covers Great Britain with 204 detailed maps. Each map provides all the information you need to get to know your local area and includes places of interest, tourist information, picnic areas and camp sites, plus Rights of Way information for England and Wales.
West End 1870: London Sheet 061.1 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London) - Alan Godfrey
Detailed map of The West End; London sheet 61. Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Coverage streches from Marble Arch eastward to Charing Cross Road, from Devonshire...... more
Detailed map of The West End; London sheet 61. Introduction by Alan Godfrey. Coverage streches from Marble Arch eastward to Charing Cross Road, from Devonshire Street and Bedford Square southward to Berkeley Square and Haymarket. Oxford Street runs through the centre of a map which covers most of what we know as The West End. Streets covered include Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, most of Tottenham Court Road, Charing Cross Road, Portland Place, Portman Square, Soho Square, Grosvenor Square, Cavendish Square and many others. Features include Burlington House, the National Gallery, British Museum, many theatres, All Soul's church. However the map is most notable for its closely packed streets, with their houses, shops, offices etc. in remarkable detail. Each map also has selected extracts from directories.
West Norwood 1894: London Sheet 136.2 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London) - Pamela Taylor
London Sheet 136.2 West Norwood 1894 - published 2007; intro by Pamela Taylor. Coverage stretches from Wellfield Road and Angles Road eastward to Hamilton Road...... more
London Sheet 136.2 West Norwood 1894 - published 2007; intro by Pamela Taylor. Coverage stretches from Wellfield Road and Angles Road eastward to Hamilton Road and Rommany Road, and from Royal Circus and Lansdown Hill southward to Crown Hill. The centre of West Norwood, including part of The Broadway, is a major feature. Other features include South Metropolitan Cemetery, West Norwood station, Lambeth New Schools, Convent of the Faithful Virgin, part of Streatham Common, St Anselm's church (left hand margin), St Luke's church, horse tramways and depot, Parkhill, Wellfield House, Jews Hospital & Orphan Asylum. Other features include Spa Wells, a later chalybeate spring, whose waters were delivered with the milk until 1942 when it was bombed. Several street directory entries are on the back of each map.
West Greenwich 1867: London Large Scale 12.21 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London - Yard to the Mile) - Alan Godfrey
Large Scale Plan of Greenwich (W); London sheet 12.21. Reduced from the original 5' to a mile plan. Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey. This highly...... more
Large Scale Plan of Greenwich (W); London sheet 12.21. Reduced from the original 5' to a mile plan. Historical introduction by Alan Godfrey. This highly detailed map at a 'Yard to the Mile' scale covers an area of west Greenwich centred on the original Greenwich Railway Terminus. Coverage stretches from Creek Street eastward to Stockwell Street, and from Bridge Street southward to Ashburnham Road. Features include Queen Elizabeth's College almshouses, Pumping Station, Deptford Creek with Pitch Tar and Soap works, Creek Bridge, Lamb Lane cemetery, St Peter's church, St Alphege's church, Public Baths, The Circus, London Street, Gloucester Place, Greenwich Market. On the reverse we include street directory entries for Brand Street, Bridge Street, Burney Street, London Street, Nelson Street, Prior Street, Royal Hill.
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...Apsley House. London.
Who could not be impressed with what was once the most prestigious address in London after Buckingham Palace of course. Number 1 London as it was once known because it was the first house you would come across after the toll gate to enter the city of London at Knightsbridge. Nowadays its official address is unglamorously 149, Piccadilly, Hyde Park Corner, London. W1J 7...
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...on the map, and went shopping in a big, big way. As a result, London Bridge (or rather, old London Bridge) went on a one-way trip all the way to the Arizona Desert.
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