Popular Edition Map

West London

West London (1920) Popular Edition Map

About This Map

Map format:
Folded Sheet Map
Map title:
West London
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Map year:
38 x 25 miles (Approximate)
See covered places
Up to 7-10 working days
Express delivery is unavailable.
Price £14.99

Locations Covered Include

Acton, Addiscombe, Addlestone, Alperton, Amersham, Amersham on the Hill, Ashford, Balham, Barnes, Barnet, Batchworth Heath, Battersea, Beddington, Bedfont, Belmont, Benhilton, Bermondsey, Borehamwood, Brentford, Brixton, Brook Green, Burnt Oak, Burrowhill, Bushey, Bushey Heath, Bush Hill Park, Byfleet, Camberwell, Camden Town, Carshalton, Chalfont Common, Chalfont St Giles, Chalfont St Peter, Chalvey, Cheam, Chelsea, Chenies, Chertsey, Chesham Bois, Chessington, Chiswick, Chobham, Chorleywood, Clapham, Clapham Junction, Claygate, Clewer Village, Cobham, Cockfosters, Colindale, Colnbrook, Cowley, Cranford, Crouch End, Croxley Green, Croydon, Crystal Palace, Datchet, Dollis Hill, Dulwich, Ealing, Earl's Court, Earlsfield, East Barnet, Eastcote, East Finchley, East Molesey, Edgware, Edmonton, Egham, Elstree, Enfield, Englefield Green, Epsom, Esher, Eton, Ewell, Farnham Common, Farnham Royal, Feltham, Finchley, Finsbury, Forty Hill, Friern Barnet, Fulham, Garston, Gerrards Cross, Golders Green, Grange Park, Greenford, Hackbridge, Hadley, Ham, Hammersmith, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton Court Park, Hampton Wick, Hanworth, Harefield, Harlesden, Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, Harrow Weald, Hatch End, Hayes, Heathrow Airport London, Hendon, Herne Hill, Hersham, Heston, High Barnet, Hillingdon, Hinchley Wood, Hook, Hornsey, Horsell, Horton, Hounslow, Ickenham, Isleworth, Islington, Kensal Town, Kensington, Kenton, Kew, Kilburn, Kingsbury, Kingston Upon Thames, Laleham, Lambeth, Langley, Latimer, Little Chalfont, London, London Zoo, Long Ditton, Lower Halliford, Malden Rushett, Marylebone, Merton, Mill Hill, Mitcham, Morden, Mortlake, Motspur Park, Muswell Hill, New Haw, New Malden, Norbury, North Cheam, North Finchley, North Harrow, Northolt, Northwood, Northwood Hills, Norwood Green, Notting Hill, Oakwood, Old Malden, Old Windsor, Osterley, Ottershaw, Oxhey, Oxshott, Paddington, Palmers Green, Penge, Perivale, Pinner, Purley, Putney, Pyrford, Radlett, Raynes Park, Richmond, Rickmansworth, Riddlesdown, Roehampton, Ruislip, Sanderstead, Seer Green, Selhurst, Shepperton, Slough, Southall, Southfields, Southgate, South Harrow, South Norwood, Spitalfields, Staines, Stanmore, Stanwell, Stanwell Moor, Stoke D' Abernon, Stoke Newington, Stoke Poges, Stoneleigh, Streatham, Sudbury, Sunbury, Sunningdale, Surbiton, Sutton, Swiss Cottage, Teddington, Thames Ditton, Thornton Heath, Thorpe, Tolworth, Tooting, Tottenham, Totteridge, Tulse Hill, Twickenham, Upper Norwood, Uxbridge, Virginia Water, Wallington, Walton-on-Thames, Wandsworth, Watford, Wealdstone, Wembley, Wembley Park, West Byfleet, West Drayton, West Ewell, West Hampstead, West Hendon, Westminster, West Norwood, Weston Green, Weybridge, Whetstone, Whitechapel, Whitton, Willesden, Wimbledon, Winchmore Hill, Windsor, Wisley, Wood Green, Woodham, Worcester Park, Wraysbury, Yiewsley.

About Our Old Series Maps

Taken from the first complete survey of the country in the age of the canal and the horse and cart that were first published between 1805 and 1874. The maps elegantly capture the final decades of an agrarian society that was soon to be over-run by new transport links, rapid population growth and urban expansion. Numerous features of the past still surround us, waiting to be re-discovered. These maps help point the way.

These maps were the result of the first ever national survey of England and Wales. From the late 1790s until 1874, a small army of surveyors covered every corner of what was then still an almost entirely rural country. Their work provided a stunning portrait of the landscape, with every farm, track, copse and hamlet recorded. Many of these features would have been unchanged for centuries, reminders of ancient patterns of settlement dating back to Saxon times. The maps elegantly capture the age of the canal, the coaching inn and the horse-drawn cart: the final decades of an agrarian society that was soon to be over-run by new transport links, rapid population growth and urban expansion. The Frith Old Series maps are ideal for anyone with an interest in the past. For local historians, they offer a consistent and accurate overview of your part of the country. For genealogists, they describe the landscape that your ancestors inhabited, as well as providing valuable research information about place names. Whatever your level of interest, these maps will take you on a fascinating journey back in time. Because we’ve enlarged the Old Series maps so they match the present-day OS Landrangers, it’s easy to make direct comparisons between then and now, letting you discover what has changed and what has not. Numerous features of the past still surround us, waiting to be re-discovered. These maps help point the way.