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Old 09-04-2018, 04:13 AM
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Many people have probably discovered this mapping system, but just in case, here is the link
That's a great map, Bill, but the link was broken. Correct link follows.

http://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/print...layers=163&b=1
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Between John's Hill and Breezer's Hill lay Artichoke Hill, on the corner of which old Ma Lechmere had her cat's meat shop.
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Default Durward st, board school from Whitechapel station 09/2018

Slightly strange angle, too many roadworks or crossrail going on.
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Nice picture, Mr Barnett. Thanks for posting.
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Nice picture, Mr Barnett. Thanks for posting.
Yes, it's great, isn't it.

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Yes, it's great, isn't it.
Yes brilliant if you stand on your hands and glance sideways into a mirror
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Yes brilliant if you stand on your hands and glance sideways into a mirror
And why would you need to do that?
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