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Old 10-22-2018, 02:58 AM
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Anyone seen this site? It covers most of Whitechapel, you just select a building from the map and read about its history. Bloody brilliant!

https://surveyoflondon.org/map/
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Brilliant indeed. Good find!
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Seconded.

Great find Joshua
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yes, a very good find Joshua,

I have been using it for bout 7 months, assumed others knew about it, sorry for not saying.
It provides both the 1873 OS and the Rocque 1746 maps as overlays/underlays. Just click on the stack lower right hand side. its the only place i have found the 73 online and free.


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