Extremely attractive map of London, England aroun the turn of the century. Issued c. 1899 by G. W. Bacon, this map covers central London along the Thames River from Fulham Cemetary in the west to Southwark Park in the southeast. Extends north as far as Canonbury and Kentish Town. Includes Regents Park, Kensington Garden, Hyde Park, St. James Places, the London Docks, the Great North Railway Dept and London Fields, among other destinations. Labels all streets, ferry routes, bridges, train routes, parks, and countless important buildings and civic constructions. Folds into original wax paper binder.