Explore Britain's best loved waterway with the map that must surely have been used by the Three Men in a Boat. Very detailed, one inch to the mile and over 8 feet in length, it shows all 164 miles from the source to London. Riverside towns and villages are marked with historical information and details of the locks and how to operate them. For fishermen, the best pools where trout, pike, perch and others were to be found.
There are also details of toll charges and angling laws and a description of life on the river over a century ago when the Thames was the nation's favourite place for recreation and sport.
Folded and scrolled versions 8 foot 4'' long and 6'' wide, 255.5 x 15.5 cms.
Rolled map in three sections with a coloured, printed 'mount' ready for framing. Overall size with mount 25 x 38'', 63.5 x 97.5 cms.
Available in three styles
Folded in a protective wallet
In three sections on one sheet. Rolled with printed 'mount' for framing
Scrolled in a gold blocked presentation tube
Other titles which might be of interest:
What better way to explore the past than with a detailed contemporary guide book?
Dickens's Dictionary of The Thames, 1887
Coloured Victorian Ordnance Survey Maps of England and Wales 1897
Victorian Maps England and Wales 1897
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Book Description Old House. Book Condition: New. 2006. Folded in wallet. Map. New. . . . . Books ship from the US and Ireland. Bookseller Inventory # 9781873590010
Book Description Old House, 2006. Book Condition: New. 2006. Folded in wallet. Map. New. . . . . . Bookseller Inventory # 9781873590010
Book Description Old House Books, 2006. Map. Book Condition: New. Folded in wallet. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1873590016