A fine 1885 example of Davies's fine large scale map of London. Roughly centered on Charing Cross the Thames River, the map covers from Brent Reservoir to Bromley, and from New Wanstead to Cottenham Park. A shaded circular area at the center of the map highlights the most developed parts of London within a 4-mile radius of Charing Cross. The impressive scale of the map allows Davies to incorporate an incredible amount of detail, with most streets, important buildings, piers, bridges, parks, and markets noted. This map was first published about 1860 and went through many subsequent editions. The present edition was issued with updates to 1885. It was drawn by Benjamin Rees Davies and published by Edward Stanford.