Plan of London from actual survey with all the railroads and improvements. To the present time (1851)
Cartographer: Shury, John
This map of Victorian London is set within a decorative border, featuring title in a panel above the plan, and views of the city's prominent buildings and landmarks along the margins. This is a later edition of the map first published by Shury in 1832, featuring new railway lines and a pictorial view of Crystal Palace, venue of the Great Exhibition of 1851.