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Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.Dating from the early 1970s, it shows the network and its actual relation with the rest of London, and can be compared with the more modern London Connections map.Unfortunately the print was very small and I wasn’t able to capture a good image of it. The London County Council Bomb Damage Maps: 1939-1945 – We’re highlighting this one as it’s been a consistent best-seller with readers of Mapping London since it was released just over a year ago.The map covers the centre of the capital as well as decent part of the inner city – see the full map pic at the bottom of this post.The reverse, or “B Side” of the map, contains further details on each song reference: You can find the map at Present Indicative.
Art Deco buildings come both the imposing and the delicate.We normally feature “modern” maps on Mapping London, however this map despite being also known as the Map of Early Modern London, is certainly not new. Following on from their Brutalist London Map, Blue Crow Media have moved back a few decades and produced this new map of Art Deco London.It was first printed from wood blocks in 1561, the extracts here are from a 1633 edition which has been digitised at a very high resolution as part of the “Mo EML” (Map of Early Modern London) project at the University of Victoria in Canada. The map is presented in an attractive slip and folds out to A2.We liked also the appearance of the “Cheshire Cheese” on Fleet Street.A pub these days, and back then too, so a slightly curious choice for a map aimed at children, even if it is very historic: It’s a shame also the Zoo doesn’t make it in – the map stops just south of it, but does at least include a note “To the Zoo”.
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A yellow/red/blue colour scheme is adopted for all buildings and stations, so that the map is...