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Dalston 1913: London Sheet 040.3 (Old Ordnance Survey Maps of London) Map – Folded Map, 31 Dec 1985
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Detailed map of Dalston; London sheet 40. Historical introduction by Isobel Watson. The map covers the area stretching from Essex Road eastward to London Fields, and from Shacklewell Lane southward to De Beauvoir Crescent. The maps therefore cover a varied and very busy area, comprising De Beauvoir Town, Kingsland and Balls Pond at the west, Dalston and west Hackney to the east. The North London Railway forms a T-shape across the map, including Dalston Junction and Haggerston stations, while on the later maps the GER line runs down the eastern side, including London Fields and Hackney Downs stations. Kingsland Road and Kingsland High Street runs north-south through the centre of the map. Other features include De Beauvoir Square, Kingsland Basin, Bricklayers Almshouses, Dyers Almshouses, Balls Pond Road, Mildmay Compound, German Hospital, Militia Barracks, and countless streets of housing.
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