The Thames from its source to London Bridge on a cloth-backed reproduction of an “Oarsman’s and Angler’s” map, published in 1889 by James Reynolds & Sons. The map, 170cm / 67” long, shows locations along the river with the network of roads and railway lines. Locks and bridges are annotated with measurements for clearance, etc, and the map also provides recommendations for nearby hotels. Place names and accompanying notes are easy to read in this size reproduction.
Each individual cloth-backed map is sold folded in a colourful case covered with a unique design marbled paper – no two cases are identical.
PLEASE NOTE: to see the list of all the titles in this series from the Old Folding Maps please click on the series link.
|London Store||4 in stock|
|Bristol Store||Out of stock|
Subject to exceptions, Stanfords is happy to exchange or refund your purchase within 14 days of delivery. Please check here for more details on our returns policy and exceptions.See more information
There are no reviews for this product