Whitechapel, Spitalfields and The Bank in 1873 in a fascinating series of reproductions of old Ordnance Survey plans in the Alan Godfrey Editions, ideal for anyone interested in the history of their neighbourhood or family. Three versions of this map have been published, covering much of The City and extending across Whitechapel, Bishopsgate and Spitalfields. The area covered runs from Moorgate eastward to Bedford Street, and from Worship Street and Quaker Street southward to The Tower. Features include The Bank of England, the northern part of The Tower; Broad Street, Liverpool Street, Moorgate, Fenchurch Street, Cannon Street, Bishopsgate stations; Royal Mint, Custom House, London Hospital, Aldgate; streets include Cornhill, Threadneedle Street, Finsbury Pavement, Whitechapel Street, Whitechapel Road, Commercial Road, Leman Street, etc. Many City churches and their parishes are shown, and also St George in the East and Christ Church Spitalfields.
About the Alan Godfrey Editions of the 25” OS Series:
Selected towns in Great Britain and Ireland are covered by maps showing the extent of urban development in the last decades of the 19th and early 20th century. The plans have been taken from the Ordnance Survey mapping and reprinted at about 15 inches to one mile (1:4,340). On the reverse most maps have historical notes and many also include extracts from contemporary directories. Most maps cover about one mile (1.6kms) north/south, one and a half miles (2.4kms) across; adjoining sheets can be combined to provide wider coverage.
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