list of the Major Maps available
in Chronological Order
these maps show streets in detail.
Giles in the Fields in the Thirteenth Century
Ward and Parish plans from the 1720 edition of John Stow's
Survey of London. Some of the earliest and most detailed plans
of old London.
Fairburn's Plan of Westminster
and London, 1801
One-Sheet Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster .....
London Directory, or a New & Improved Plan of London, Westminster,
& Southwark; with the Adjacent Country, the New Buildings,
the New Roads, and the alterations by the Opening of New Streets,
& Widening, of Others. Printed for R Wilkinson, at No 58 in
Cornhill, London, 1811
and John Greenwood's Map
of London (1827), from an actual survey made in the years
1824, 1825, and 1826. Published 1827. This map shows how much
London had grown in the 25 years since the Horwood Plan.
Grand Panorama of London (Charles
in sections from June 2006, Edward Stanford's School-Board
Map of London, 6 inches to the mile, c. 1872. This is
a massive and highly detailed map of London in the late nineteenth
century. Currently half of the map is up, detailing London's suburbs.
eighteenth and nineteenth century pages have more maps available
on them. This page just lists the major maps.
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