Untitled [Peckham, New Cross and Depford]
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A detailed map of this popular residential area of South East London. It is notable for showing the whole of Nunhead Cemetery, which had been consecrated in 1840, half a century before the map's publication. Also shown is the New Cross station on the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, a line that served the Sussex, Surrey from London between 1846-1922. Sheet 33 from Bacon's "Ordnance Atlas of London".
region: London Maps & Plans
mapmaker: G. W. Bacon
place and date of publication: London c.1890
medium and colour: lithograph, Original colourref: 41041
size in mm: 340 by 470mm (13.5 by 18.5 inches).
Price: £ 140
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