[Talk-GB] 'Romantic London' - reusing Horwood's 1790's map
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Tue Oct 27 16:13:21 UTC 2015
There are several old maps of London on wikimedia, notably Roque's of 1745
& Greenwood's of 1830. There is no reason why these should not be processed
using MapWarper (can be done directly using the wikimedia instance).
I have some notes from a seminar I attended at Nottingham University last
year about a late Georgian London map, will have to dig them out.
Also relevant is that the OldHouse printed version of Roque's map of
Georgian London is now available via Amazon quite cheaply
This is very detailed on 4 sheets: an ideal Xmas prezzie! Postscript Books
were selling some of the other maps in this series, including Birmingham
(Old House were part of Shire/Osprey which was taken over by Bloomsbury
earlier this year).
On 27 October 2015 at 14:35, Dan S <danstowell+osm at gmail.com> wrote:
> Very nice! The map sync really makes it interesting to explore. My
> house is off the side of the map, unfortunately, but where my
> university now stands was "Bencroft's Alms Houses" :)
> 2015-10-27 13:30 GMT+00:00 Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk>:
> > I witnessed a fascinating presentation, this morning, on a project
> > which has digitised the first map of London at building level, and
> > overlays it with data from other sources:
> > http://www.romanticlondon.org/
> > The data sets are freely available, but the British Library claims
> > copyright over the map images - I'm sure some of you will have your
> > own views about this.
> > I shall notify the project's creator, Dr Matthew Sangster, about this
> > post, and invite him to join this list. He would be a good speaker for
> > a future OSM conference.
> > --
> > Andy Mabbett
> > @pigsonthewing
> > http://pigsonthewing.org.uk
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