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Title: A to Z Mini London Street Atlas AZ Street Atlas Paperback – Nov 1994

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  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Geographers' A-Z Map Co Ltd; 2Rev Ed edition (Nov 1994)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0850392985
  • ISBN-13: 978-0850392982
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 8.9 x 1.5 cm
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,582,006 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Pocket sized full colour atlas, extending to Neasden, Golders Green, Stoke Newington, Leytonstone and Wimbledon. 98 pages of maps at 3 inches to 1 mile, with 155 pages of street index. Also includes places and areas index, hospitals and stations and a central area Underground map.

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A family treasure! 12 Feb 2012
By John the Reader - Published on
A review of a street guide?
Ah, but one's A to Z was a family treasured possession and, incredibly, could actually be picked and READ! I suppose we bought our first copy even before moving to London, around 1968, and used it when exploring areas around the Tate Gallery, or lunching in Chelsea or just being tourists. But even before moving and living there London was a fascination, its history being the main interest of course. The history is the strongest motivation for `reading' this detailed guide as the scale is so great that not only individual streets can be explored, but each notable building is outlined and named. So, if reading Pepys for example, or Dickens, or any mention of Baker Street, New Scotland Yard or the Tower caught ones interest; the A to Z was reached for and one could "walk" the area in it's pages.
Many fascinating strolls and visits resulted from browsing these pages - ever wonder where those dreadful alleys and yards of Sherlock Holmes or Jack the Ripper were? - if they were real (unlike Holmes' address!) they could be referenced in the hugely detailed and accurate Index, the page, the square on the page and - with excitement - the actual place is viewed. If subsequently to visited it could be accurately found (in the days before Google and Satellite-maps) the exact positioning was previewed and was fully detailed enough to be recognized in the reality.
So - a street guide truly worthy of a review!
Love the pocket size but realize the print is very ... 11 Oct 2014
By jon - Published on
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Love the pocket size but realize the print is very small. This would not have been a problem for me 20 years ago but if you have gotten to the point that you need reading glasses this is difficult to use.
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