OPEN STREET MAP
Present-day map tiles derived from the Mapnik layer of the OpenStreetMap project, an open-source collaborative world map.
LAND UTILISATION 1930s
London part of a nationwide survey of land use intended as a 'modern-day Domesday book'. Much of the work was done by schoolchildren.
BOOTH LONDON POVERTY 1898
A colour-coded map of London depicting levels of poverty and wealth. Commissioned by the social reformer Charles Booth.
ORDNANCE SURVEY FIRST SERIES
London map derived from four separate sheets of the Ordnance Survey First Series, published from 1805 onwards.
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