• Cary’s Map of London 1818 (A fine Regency period map. Click on it and begin drilling down for more detail.)
  • GenMaps “Old and Interesting Maps of England, Wales, and Scotland” (Great site with maps from the 13th to the 19th centuries.)
  • Greenwood’s Map of London 1827 (Good map of London. Start with the whole map and click on the area you want to see. Keep clicking to get a closer look.)
  • Horwood’s Map of London 1792-99 (Another excellent map of London, but even better than Greenwood’s as it includes every house and building, and their street numbers. Start with an Overview Map and keep drilling down to the specific street you want. This is an online version of the map represented in the book The A to Z of Regency London published by the London Topographical Society.)
  • Locating London’s Past (This website allows you to search a wide body of digital resources relating to early modern and eighteenth-century London, and to map the results on to a fully GIS compliant version of John Rocque’s 1746 map.)
  • London Maps (Lots of maps of all or parts of London, from 1553 to 1918.)
  • London to Carlisle (Wonderful old map showing the full route from London to Carlisle in 1766.)
  • A Vision of Britain Through Time (Great searchable database of old maps, statistics, travel writing, etc.)