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Designing a custom map like this, specifically focused on the structure of the area, gives the subject matter the framing it deserves.
Kudos to the guild for commissioning a proper map like this. So Christmas is not far away, and so here’s a nice map which takes that always popular London map – the tube map – focuses on the inner city section, coverts the lines to coloured tissue paper, and hangs baubles on many of the stations, detailing a nearby Christmas-related attraction, be it a Christmas market, and ice rink, panto or other seasonal event. It’s more useful for ideas than navigation, although it will at least get you to the nearest tube station.
University College also gets a nice drawing in, above.
It looks more grand than St Pancras even, on this map!
Here’s the full version, with captions and station/distance information in the section below, click for a larger image (if your browser then resizes the full image back down, click it once more): The map was commissioned by Clarendon and created by...
The Mayor of London released a draft version of his New London Plan this week.
The Children’s Map of London (sometimes called the Children’s Pictorial Map of London) was drawn by Leslie Bullock and first published by Bartholomew in 1938, the edition here is I believe the original version.
All royalties from the sale of the map went to the Hospital for Sick Children in Great Ormond Street (aka GOSH) which appropriately does itself appear on the map.
As this is a plan for the future of London, there are also some future references – tunnel portals for the proposed Crossrail 2, for example.