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A PLAN for A STREET Eighty Feet wide, and Fifty Feet deep, on each side, between the ROYAL EXCHANGE AND LONDON BRIDGE

A PLAN for A STREET Eighty Feet wide, and Fifty Feet deep, on each side, between the ROYAL EXCHANGE AND LONDON BRIDGE

Printer: Luffman, John

Medium: Engraving

Date: 1802

Shelfmark: Maps Crace Port. 17.19

Item number: 19

Length: 279

Width: 356

Scale: Millimetres

Genre: Plan

Map scale description: 2 3/4" : 600 feet

This is a plan for a new street connecting the Royal Exchange to London Bridge. The different colours used on this plan denote the property of the different wards of Cornhill, Langbourn, Candlewick and Bridge. In the top left corner is a manuscript note about the ''peers'' (supporting piers) of Southwark Bridge.

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