Map of the Surrey Side the Thames from Westminster Bridge to the Borough, With a Plan for laying out the Roads, to BLACK FRYARS BRIDGE
Plan depicts alternative plans for Laying Blackfriars Road indicated by double-dotted and pricked lines. The mile-long road was finished in the last quarter of the 18th Century. Plan etches buildings, prisons, gardens, piers, wharfs, laneways, side streets, waterways, and common grounds. Description is opposite pages refer to expected monuments and other buildings to be erected.
Map of Surrey side of the Thames in London, England. Prime Meridian is unknown due to lack of information and graticule. Map reads with North facing to the top of the map. Scale was determined by measuring from the Inside "Elbow" of the Thames river to the most Eastern point of Thames river. There is a small legend in the bottom right hand corner of the map.
1 plan ; 26 x 20 cm
-0.122; -0.096; 51.489; 51.513
W. K. Morrison Special Collection
v.34, Supplement 1766, opposite pg. 604
D. Henry and R. Cave
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