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Product Description

Antique Map
HITHER GREEN, MOTTINGHAM, CHINBROOK etc.
Published London 1896 by George Philip & Son
in "Philips' Handy Volume Atlas of London"
A highly detailed map on a scale of 3 inches to the mile, printed in colour.
Coverage includes Mottingham, Hither Green, Chinbrook, Eltham Common, etc.
The level of detail can be appreciated from the close up image provided.
All the streets and important places are named including Grove Park Station, Lee Station,
Burnt Ash Hill, West Chislehurst Park, Bromley Road, Whitefoot Lane etc etc.
Many farms are also named in what was then a quiet rural area.
A fascinating record of London as it was 125 years ago before the march of modern development.
Fine, virtually unmarked condition, central fold line as issued, blank verso.
Approx. 8.5" x 7" (215mm x 175mm) overall.
T77821

Specifications

Brand
Lindisfarne prints
Condition
Used

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Antique Map HITHER GREEN, MOTTINGHAM, CHINBROOK London street plan, 1896

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