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John Fairburn's Plan of Westminster and London 1801
This is one of the more beautiful and detailed maps of London at the turn of the 8th and 19th centuries.

Click on any section within the map to see a detailed scan.

These are detailed scans (particularly the central segments) so they may take a while to load. We apologise for this, but thought it better to give you the best possible resolution. You can also use the search facility below the key map to find specific locations.

Fairburn first published his plan of Westminster and London in 1795. This is the fifth edition of 1801 with added detail for the docks. Engraved by E. Mogg.

Richard Horward's Plan of 1792 to 1799, gives you more detailed look at London.

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