18th Century map of London

18th Century map of London

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Caption: 18th Century map of London. Hand coloured historical map showing an area twenty-five miles round London. North is at top. The map stretches from Windsor (far left) in the West, to Basildon (far right) in the East. And from Ware, Hertfordshire, in the North to Dorking in the south. Westminster and Southwark (dark areas, centre) can be seen along the north and south banks of the River Thames respectively, with Hyde Park to the West and the Greenwich peninsular to the East of the City. This map was drawn in 1790 by William Faden.

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