The A to Z of Victorian London with introductory notes by Ralph Hyde. Reproduced from Bacon's 1888 Large-Scale Ordnance Atlas of London and Suburbs. 34 nine inch per mile sheets extending Wormwood Scrubs-West Ham; Crouch End-Herne Hill; and 24 four inch per mile sheets extending Twickenham-Sidcup; Palmer's Green-Croydon with keys and index. Hardback, 140pp. Publication no 136 (1987). £26.
John Tallis’s London Street Views, together with the revised and enlarged views of 1847. Introduction and biographical essay by Peter Jackson. Our publication reproduces all Tallis's detailed street views on 176 pages, with a facsimile of an original part and a detailed street index. A separate CD-ROM provides an index of several thousand named occupants of the buildings. Hardback, 305pp. Publication no 160 (2002). £30.
Drawings of Westminster by Sir George Scharf with text by Peter Jackson. A selection of 21 pencil drawings from the British Museum’s collection. The drawings were done between 1859 and 1874 and show both interior and exterior views of buildings in the Westminster area. Peter Jackson's text identifies and describes the buildings, while plans indicate the spot from which each drawing was made. Hardback, 59pp. Publication no 147 (1994). £16.
The Park Town Estate and the Battersea Tangle, by Priscilla Metcalf. The development of the Queenstown Road area. 61 pages, 12 maps and illustrations. Publication no 122 (1978). £6.