London A-Z Street Atlas

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London A-Z Street Atlas

London A-Z Street Atlas

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The book paper has been coloured to suggest age so it is slightly yellowed on some pages and ‘dirty’ on the cover. St Albans, Potters Bar, Waltham Cross, Epping, Brentwood, Thurrock, Stanford-le-Hope, Gravesend, Wrotham, Sevenoaks, Westerham, Oxted, Redhill, Reigate, Leatherhead, Great Bookham, Woking, Egham, Windsor, Slough, Chalfont St Peter, Chorleywood and Bovingdon. This online map of central London is made up of extracts from our London Street Atlas - Historical Edition. The map covers the West End, City, Docklands and Stratford and extends to, Swiss Cottage, Camden Town, Islington, Hackney, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Canning Town, Beckton, London City Airport, The O2 , Greenwich, Deptford, Vauxhall, Chelsea, Earls Court, Shepherd's Bush, White City, Maida Vale and Kilburn. You can use your device’s inbuilt location services to show your current location on the map or follow your movements as you travel.

The book comes with a thick cardboard sleeve which is helpful as the book’s binding doesn’t seem to be up to the standard of the trusty A-Zs that I lugged around with me for years. Separate indexes of hospitals and hospices, National Rail, Docklands Light Railway, London Underground and Overground Stations and River Bus piers covered by this atlas. It contains the maps which Mrs Pearsall first published including bus, trolleybus and tram routes, plus the streets of London as they were just before the World War II. For more infomation please review our use of cookies in our Cookie Policy and then Accept and Close this bar. And the Home Office Industrial Museum is long gone so you can no longer see “appliances for the promotion of health amongst industrial workers”.This revealed that, on all their maps, A–Z print a non-existent trap street so that they can tell if a map has been illegally copied from theirs, a technique used by several publishers of reference works (see fictitious entry). The London A–Z is a plot device in " The Blind Banker", the second episode of the first series of the BBC drama Sherlock when the protagonist is attempting to decipher a book code used by an international smuggling ring based on a book "everybody owns". Our Silk Art paper is a superior colour reproduction finish and provides high quality photo results. This clear colourful and high quality map covers the whole of the Greater London area down to street level.

Since 1936 when the iconic A-Z Atlas and Guide to London was first published, A-Z has been the trusted source for street maps and atlases, as well as Visitors' Guides, Road Atlases and the Adventure Map series for walkers. The definitive European motorcycle touring bible, with the best biking roads presented in 100 easy-to-follow, tried-and-tested routes from motorcycle journalist, author and traveller Simon Weir.In the days before Google maps and mobile phones, the book was an essential item in any Londoner’s bag. The coverage extends from central London to Edgware, Whetstone, Palmers Green, Edmonton, Walthamstow, Snaresbrook, Seven Kings, Barking, Silvertown, Plumstead, Kidbrooke, Bellingham, South Sydenham, Croydon, Streatham Common, Morden, Wimbledon Common, Twickenham, Richmond, Kew, Hanwell, Ealing Broadway, Wembley, Harrow and Wealdstone. It is also odor-free making it safe for all rooms in the home and commercial interiors where the initial solvent smell would be an issue such as schools, restaurants, cafes and offices. Raster format is a digital format that uses pixels (like a photograph) and consists of a flat single layered image. Suddenly, large chunks of the population had free access to a zoomable, scrollable map of the capital, on a device half the size of the smallest A-Z.

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