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Old maps of London from the Genmaps website:
Maps and plans of London
from COLLAGE - 'Corporation of London Library & Art Gallery
Guildhall Library and
Guildhall Art Gallery London.
Adapted from Muir's Historical Atlas, The Internet Medieval Sourcebook
in Fordham University Center for Medieval Studies.
London after the fire of 1666
A Plan of the City and Liberties of London after the Dreadful Conflagration
in the Year 1666, date, maker and place of origin unknown.
The Yale Map Collection: European Cities
London to Hith, 1670, John Ogilby
From Henry Davis Consulting Inc. collection
- From the website of Biblioteca Nationale Marciana:
Bellin, Jacques Nicolas
Map of London Water Works, 1856
Mylne, Robert W. Map of the Contours of London and Its Environs, showing
the Districts and Areas supplied by the Nine Metropolitan Water Companies,
Published for the Author by Edward Stanford, Charing Cross, London.
Engraved and Printed from Stone by Waterlow and Sons, 1856, prepared by
Ralph R.Frerichs, Department of Epidemiology at the UCLA School of
The map of London in 1859
John Snow 's map, prepared by Ralph R. Frerichs,
Department of Epidemiology at the UCLA School of Public Health.
London Poverty in 1898-99
Charles Booth Poverty Map & Modern map, London School of Economics
Facts in brief:
Longtime seat of British Empire; burned & rebuilt several times, notably in revolt of Queen
Boudicca AD 60 & Great Fire 1666; became large trade center in Middle Ages; expanded rapidly
16th-17th cen. & in Industrial Revolution; heavily bombed in WW II.
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