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Stanford University 1934 by Edward M. Farmer: Pictorial map, not drawn to scale. Shows various buildings, orchards, roads and sport facilities. (interactive version and downloads in comments)
1925 London landlordism
The Commonwealth of Nations or, The British Empire - prepared to celebrate the coronation of King George VI in May 1937
Bird's-eye view of British Afghanistan (circa 1910)
Map of the British colonies in North America, 1763 to 1775. This was published in: Shepherd, William Robert (1911) "The British Colonies in North America, 1763–1765"
1924 map of the world, showing the British Empire
Booklovers' map of the British Isles (1927)
An unusual and quite extraordinary view of famous Piccadilly Circus' Underground station in London - Made by Renzo Picasso in 1929
British and foreign possessions in the vicinity of Australia (1914?)
Italy, with Vatican City : as drawn and published by Ernest Dudley Chase (1935)
A Map of England and Wales Portraying Their Agricultural Products & Fisheries (1929)
British Post Office Radio-Telephone Services (1935)
London Theatreland in 1915 by MacDonald (Max) Gill. This map is "filled with detail of a humorous character, the peculiarities of every district being happily parodied, and it forms an abundant source of amusement." Commissioned by the Underground Electric Railways Company.
A Map of Scotland Portraying Her Agricultural Products & Fisheries (1929)
The 'All Red Line' of the British Empire (1902) - the telegraph line that encircled a planet
Sewers, pumping stations and outfalls, London 1930.
North Wales Coast between Denbigh and Anglesea from Ordnance Survey map circa 1920
Wonderground - by MacDonald “Max” Gill. A map from 1914 that helped save the London Underground. Packed with little jokes and mischievous details. (large interactive map in comments)
The world on Mercator's projection : showing the British possessions (produced between 1912 and 1913?)
Map from Isle of Wight (1908) - by John Bartholomew & Co.
"Landlordism Causes Unemployment", showing an octopus strangling London, 1909
Map of Norfolk Island 1904
Pratt's High Test Plan of the Roads of the South Coast (of England in 1932) by Alfred E. Taylor, 1925-1940.
Trolleybus & Tram Routes of London (1947)
Yorkshire, England (1901)
Travel time in 1914 starting from London
A 2016 version of the 1914 Isochronic London/World travel times map Credit to fromrome2rio
The "Farmer & Settler" map of Gallipoli War area - 1915, showing landing places of the French, British, Australian and New Zealand troops during World War I
Map of the 1934 Air Race from London To Melbourne
The British Raj in 1914
The British Isles from 800 to 1922
Nations expected for London Olympics, 1948
India at the end of the British Period 1947
British Empire at its territorial peak in 1921
How long it took to travel from London to the rest of the world: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3385856/What-difference-century-makes-Maps-reveal-long-takes-travel-world-1914-2016.html
Robur tea war map, Turkish Empire ; Robur war map, Gallipoli and the Dardanelles : bird's eye view (1915). Shows British and Allied landings on 25 April 1915 and later; the range of 12 and 15 inch naval guns depicted
"The Flags of a Free Empire, Showing the Emblems of British Power Throughout the World" Map of the British Empire (1910), by Arthur Mee
1921 Irish Guerrilla battle map of Cross barry, Co Cork, Ireland.
The Plan of Al Madina, Saudi Arabia - 1946 - British Naval Intelligence
Isochronic Distances from London in 1914. Note Africa, Saudi and Greenland!
Rochester, NY subway system, 1929 (oc)
Map of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan - from Cambridge Modern History Atlas, 1912
Stanford University - 1943
"This picture-map shows the British Empire as it is today, with types of some of its citizens who include men of all races - white, black, yellow, red and brown" | A map from a 1920's children's encyclopedia (more in the comments)
Do you pronounce the "r" in "arm"? England, 1950 vs. 2016
A map that details travel time in 1914 starting from London. Credits: Real Life Lore
British and French Empires in 1920
How long it would take to get around the world in 1914 starting in London (from real life lore)
ReaLifeLore's map from 1914 that details travel time if you started in London
Change in the distribution of the (native) red squirrel and the (invasive) grey squirrel in the United Kingdom: 1945-2010
"This is North America - the spacious, rich and fertile region of 'unlimited possibilities", which is shared by British-Canada, USA and Mexico". By Cläre With 1930.
Rand McNally Popular Map of British Isles (1939)
Ancient Empires from a 1906 Bible (OC)
A map showing what could be seen from the roof of the Bank of England in 1944
Map of Terror incidents in the UK 1970-2015
History of British & Irish Languages 400-2000 AD
A 2016 version of the 1914 Isochronic London/World travel times map Credit to fromrome2rio
British and french railway companies in Argentina - 1943 - 47.000 kilometers
Isochronic distances in days from London - 1914 vs 2016
1902 British Outline Map of Iran
British America 1899 - from "The Monarch Standard Atlas of the Commercial, Geographical, and Historical World" by J. Martin Miller. Chicago, 1906
The World in 1934 by a British tea merchant
German U-boat losses and their locations in World War II
Northern Ireland Westminster Election Results 1997-2017
Coastal Scenery in England (RGS, 1944)
British Indian Empire 1909 Imperial Gazetteer of India
Population Density of the British Indian Empire, 1909
The White Mountains of New Hampshire 1937
How many people pronounce the 'r' in 'arm' in the British Isles, 1950 vs 2016
The British Isles 1949
Percentage of Muslims in the British Indian Empire 1909
1941 German map of Europe with a 'Forbidden Zone' around the UK
Districts in England in 1931
The distribution of ash from the May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens across the continental United States
Vichy France / anti-British Nazi Propaganda poster published in 1942. Translation: Be reassured, the amputations (of his tentacles) are proceeding methodically.
Evolution of the British railway network as a result of the Beeching Reports (1965)
Population Density England, Wales & southern Scotland, 1931
Map of the Islands of the South Pacific showing British, German, French, Dutch and American territories (1914)
Map used to encourage Western Australians to vote for succession from the rest of Australia in a 1933 Referendum. The Referendum passed by 66.23% but both the Australian government and the Imperial government in London refused to act on it.
The German Army's map of London, 1940
British Empire, 1910
Comparison of results of 1975 and 2016 EU membership referendums (UK)
Hi - looking for some info on road distances using a 1950 map of England.
Recruitment into the British Indian Army (1939-1944) by % of total enrolment (not % of population recruited)
India Railways 1909
The prevailing religions of the British Indian Empire based on the Census of India, 1901
Isochronic map of the British Empire: Distances in days from London in 1914
Britain - Spearhead of Attack (1943) / by Scottish artist Donald Blake
Comparison of results in 1975 United Kingdom European Community and 2016 "Brexit" referendums
Glasgow 1938
Novelty Map of New Hampshire from 1926
The landings by ANZAC and British forces 25 April 1915 (OS)
Devon: The Shire of Great Seamen (1955)
Map of Newark, New Jersey, showing ethnic divisions of the city ca. 1910
Fly British Airways to Royal Britain (1972)
1902 Distribution of Crime & Drunkenness in England & Wales
Where England was bombed - c. 1940
Map of all the bombs that fell on London during the Blitz, October 1940-June 1941
Brit IndianEmpireReligions3
1925 map of Greenwich Village, drawn by Robert Edwards
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