The Grub Street Project is a digital edition of eighteenth-century London. By mapping its print culture, literature, and trades, it aims to create both a historically accurate visualization of the city’s commerce and communications and a record of how its authors and artists portrayed it.
– Isochronic distances in days from London (1914)
– Isochronic distances in days from London (1881)
– A 2016 version of the 1914 isochronic London
– What a difference 400 years makes (the London skyline 1616 – 2016)
– The Great Fire of London
– The Great Fire of London (Interactive map)