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London A-Z Street Atlas

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Additional healthcare (hospitals, walk-in centres and hospices) and transport connections (National Rail, London Tramlink, Docklands Light Railway, London Underground and Overground stations, and River Bus pier) are indexed as well. The map index contains over 300,000 entries with nearly 100,000 streets, over 200,000 postcodes, plus thousands of places of interest, hospitals and rail stations. Famously, its creator Phyllis Pearsall reckoned to have walked every street in London to fact check the atlas.

In South Kensington, while the Natural History Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum are noted the Science Museum is not. Also included is separate mapping of London Heathrow, London Luton, London Stansted and London Gatwick airports. A-Z Premier Map of London at 1:21,477, from Geographers' A-Z Map Company, covering a six mile radius from Charing Cross in central London and extending to Muswell Hill to the north, London City Airport to the east, Crystal Palace to the south and Wembley to the west. Coverage along the map southern edge extends from the Heathrow Airport and the junction of M25 and M3 motorways to Bath and Bristol. Suzanne likes the bigger scale of the printed page: "I still have mine and use it regularly as you can see a wide area at a glance, something impossible on a small screen.With detailed road mapping and illustrated town plans of major cities, this feature rich, helpful tourist guide is ideal for touring around Yorkshire. I used it more than ever when planning walks from home during the various lockdowns, looking at different routes to walk to join up green spaces. Cotswolds and Chilterns Visitors’ Map from Geographers’ A-Z Map Company, covering at 1:158,400 (1” to 2.

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. miles) a wide area across the Home Counties, with an index listing both town/villages and places of interest highlighted on the map. 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.At around the age of 29, Pearsall directed some draughtsmen to begin drawing up this new type of street map while she compiled much of the information necessary to update the maps. Also included is a separate list of hospitals, hospices and NHS Walk-in Centres and a separate list of National Rail stations, Croydon Tramlink stops, Docklands Light Railway stations, London Overground stations, London Underground stations and River Boat stops featured on the mapping. The index section of this atlas lists streets, selected flats, walkways, hotels and places of interest, cinemas, theatres, junction, place and area names. In addition, A–Z provided special sections relating to the Games in their 2012 editions of their main UK-wide and local maps.

Peter, Chorleywood, Bovingdon There are eighteen pages of large scale (9" to 1 mile) street mapping of central London which gives additional clarity and detail, this mapping extends to: Regent's Park, St. Postcode districts, one-way streets, the congestion zone boundary and safety camera locations with their maximum speed limit are featured on the mapping. This feature is also a great benefit to anyone planning routes as it instantly displays the distance for the complete route.Covering an area extending from the centre of London to: Brent Cross, Golders Green, Highgate, Finsbury Park, Stoke Newington, Leytonstone, Wanstead, West Ham, Thames Flood Barrier, Eltham, Grove Park, Catford, Streatham, Wimbledon, Barnes Bridge, Willesden Junction, Neasden. Please note that due to licensing restrictions, we will contact you to confirm use of imagery before sending the file to you. Please note hospitals and rail stations are now listed in the main index and highlighted in different colour. Individually bubble wrapped and carefully packed in a sturdy, custom made box for the total protection of your print.

Once upon a time, when the world was young and you could still get a pint for under a fiver, there wasn't a household in London* that did not own an A-Z. This online map of central London is made up of extracts from our London Street Atlas - Historical Edition. Hendon, Hornsey, Upper Walthamstow, Wanstead, East Ham (part), London City Airport, Charlton, Eltham, Grove Park, Sydenham (part), Streatham, Tooting (part), Richmond Park, Kew Bridge, Acton, Wembley Stadium and Kingsbury.

The Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) boundary* There are eight pages of road mapping at 3 miles to 1 inch that cover much of the Home Counties area. inches to 1 mile, extends the street map coverage to a six mile radius from Charing Cross and this area extends to Colindale, Alexandra Palace, Tottenham Hale, Walthamstow, Wanstead Flats, London City Airport, Eltham, Elmstead Woods Station, Crystal Palace, Streatham Common, Wimbledon Common, Richmond Park, Kew Gardens, Hanger Lane, Wembley and Kingsbury.

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