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A SURVEY of the RIVER THAMES between London Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge with the SOUNDINGS within those Limits

A SURVEY of the RIVER THAMES between London Bridge and Blackfriars Bridge with the SOUNDINGS within those Limits

Surveyor: Surveying Office, Guildhall

Medium: Engraving

Date: 1799

Shelfmark: Maps.Crace XVIII

Item number: 20

Length: 254

Width: 508

Scale: Millimetres

Genre: Plan

Map scale ratio: 1" : 222 Feet (1 : 2664)

Map scale description: 4" 1/2 : 1000 Feet

The title of this plan appears at bottom right, with compass star and scale bar at bottom centre. Produced by the Surveying Office at Guildhall, the plan was intended as an aid for navigation along the Thames and indicates the location of all stairs to the river and water soundings at various points along the course.

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