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Layers of London: mapping the city’s heritage
« on: 7 February 2016, 15:19:19 »
MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology) are working with the Institute of Historical Research in 2016 on ‘Layers of London: mapping the city’s heritage’, in collaboration with the British Library, London Metropolitan Archives, Historic England and The National Archives. They will create an interactive website of London’s heritage.

"The expertise of our geomaticians has been used to contribute georectified versions of the major printed historic maps of London from the late 17th-century onwards. These maps are created by aligning aerial images with corresponding map locations." is a Society for One-Place Studies project supported by Grassroots Giving from Skipton Building Society
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