OGILBY Strip Map London to Harwich, London to Hithe

A Circa (about) 1939 Double Sided Reproduction Map 19


London to Harwich, London to Hithe

These double sided maps were originally produced in around 1675 by John Ogilby - Presented here is a circa 1939 reproduction - so still very old!

The first side is from:

London to Harwich

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

 Mile End, Stepney,  to Blackwall,  Bow,  Stratford at Stratford,  Langthorn at Bow, West Ham, Little Ilford,  Great Ilford, Chatwell Street or Chadwell,  Whale Bone,  Romford,  Hare Street,  Guidy Hall,  part of Epping Forest,  Upminster Mill,  Brook Street,  Brentwood,  Warly Common,  Shenfield,  to Bilrekey ( Billericay ),  ye Round House,  Tooby Alan Priorauts ?  Ingatstone or Ingerston,  Bilrekey,  Buttesbury,  ye Bull Inn at Great Baddow,  To Great Baddow,  Widford,  Moulsham Hall,   Moulsham,  Chelmsford,  Springfield,  Monks Head,  New Hall Park The Duke of Albermarle,  Boreham,  Witham,  Kelvedon or Keldon,  to Phoenix Hall,  Cross and Hand,  Stanway,  Stanway Heath and beacon,  Lexden,  Colchester,  Ardley,  Lawford Street,  Lawford,  Maningtree or Maintree,  Mistley,  Bradfield,  Wrabness,  Stower Wood,  Street,  Ramsey,  Dover Court,  Harwich.




The second side is from:

London to Hithe

Featuring towns, villages and places of local interest including:

Southwark,  Lambeth,  rill called St Thomas,  St Thomas Bonds halfway house,  East Peckham,  Greenwich,  New Cross,  Leye,  Esquire Mordants,  Eltham ( to the Kings house ),  to Shooters Hill,  Sir John Shaws house,  South end,  Foots Cray,  Mr Buggins house,  North Cray,  Birchen Wood,  Farmingham,  Houghton or Horton,  Kingsdown,  Stanstead,  Croseley,  Roth,  to ye Park house,  Nebucan,  Offam,  Addington,  road to Rochester,  To Tunbridge,  Ryhest,  Birling,  Malling Town,  Ditton,  East Maling,  Aylisford,  Allington,  Maidstone,  Pickendon Heath,  Barsted,  Fernum Street,  Furnum,  Hollingbourn,  Leeds,  Leeds Castle,  Culpeppers,  Parrs Gate,  Haresham,  Sandway,  Clifton House (captain Hales ),  Lenham Haugh,  Bradens Haugh,  Egerton Church,  Carrill Haugh,  The road to Feversham,  Hothfield Haugh,  to Captain Tuffs,  Squire Tophams Park,  Chart Magna,  Ashford,  the road to Canterbury,  Kennington,  Willesburrough,  Sevington,  Norton Nestbills park,  Marsham,  Sulcug,  Sir Thomas Scotts Park,  Smede,  Squire Thimbletons Park ?   Ostenhagar Park,  Squire Finches,  Pedlin Street,  Hith 


It measures overall 300 x 240 mm (12 x 9.5 inches) approx. It is in good condition with a little fading around the edges.You must excuse some of the spelling as parts are written in old English. This map would look wonderful mounted (matted) and framed. ( 19 ).

Condition Used
Weight 0.225kg