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A site for people who love maps, books, London & history

Visit the past to see how and where your ancestors lived

visit the eBook Shop

You do not have to log-in or register. There are no customer service representatives to ignore you or wish you a nice day. There are no advertisements, voucher codes or musak, and there will never be a sale. The prices are the same for everyone (except postage outside of the UK) there are no booking fees or credit card surcharges. You will not be invited to become a follower or told what other customers have bought. No one will ring you, offer to wash your car, ask you if you have been on holiday, or when your insurance is due for renewal. [end of rant]
Unfortunately, you do have to make your own coffee, but, when you buy an eBook, your download link will arrive instantly, and there are lots of interesting freebies to entice you to look round the site.

Just browse, in perfect peace, until you are ready to shop,
have a look at the latest titles, or send eBooks as a gift

If you don't have an eReader, read any eBook on your computer instead,
follow these instructions and you can't go wrong.

There are now so many pages on the site that I have split it into five sections for easier navigation.
Please choose your area of interest below:-


London Miscellany

Information and viewable books about London's history together with various free street maps. The two most popular sections are Bacon's Map & Guide to Epping Forest from 1910 and London Street Name Changes.

Maps on CD

An award-winning London A-Z from 1922 and a complete Atlas of the World in 1898.
 
The whole of London in 1922 at a scale of 3 inches to the mile. With an index of 16,500 places, linked to the maps. Easy to use, see and search.

See example pages
The entire Atlas on one CD. See where your ancestors came from or went. 160 maps, charts and plans, 43 pages of statistics and a 15,000 place index of the World in 1898.

See example pages

Ancient Topography of London

A printed facsimile of John Thomas Smith's
famous book from 1815
The whole book, with 32 beautiful illustrations by the author, reproduced as a paperback

See the Ancient Topography page for full details
 

eBooks

Downloadable eBooks about London and history.
For your Kindle,* iPad, or any other eBook reader.

High resolution scans

The best illustrations from the eBooks,
available separately, to print or view at home.
600 dpi, high resolution scans of sketches, illustrations and photographs from the eBooks, available for instant download.

Visit the print shop for full details.
 

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