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1863 maps of London

Stanford's Library Maps of London and its Suburbs from 1863 were published to present the capital with the surrounding countryside and outlying villages.

These high quality reproductions are published with colour highlighting London’s omnibus routes, green spaces, waterways, railway stations and the boundaries of Poor Law Divisions and Rural Deaneries.

Perfect for researchers and genealogists, these maps are so detailed that they show individual buildings, the gardens of suburban houses, separate platforms of new railway stations and even individual statues in London's squares.

Scale: 1:10,560 / 6" to 1 mile

The maps come folded to A5 size and when fully spread is 27 x 38in (69 x 99cm)

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