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PLAN SHEWING THE PROPOSED LINE of the LONDON AND GREENWICH RAILWAY

PLAN SHEWING THE PROPOSED LINE of the LONDON AND GREENWICH RAILWAY

Cartographer: Wyld, James

Medium: Engraving, coloured

Date: 1832

Shelfmark: Maps Crace XIX

Item number: 56

Length: 254

Width: 851

Scale: Millimetres

Genre: Map

Map scale ratio: 1" : 600 Feet (1 : 7200)

Map scale description: 5'' : 1000 Yards

The title of this plan appears at bottom left, with an explanatory note and scale bar at bottom centre. An illustration of the general construction of the railway features at bottom right. The Greenwich line reached Bermondsey in 1836. A year later, it reached London Bridege, which became the first railway terminus in the capital.

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