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London Pocket Map

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product no: 5782
publisher: HarperCollins
edition: Revised Edition
edition date: April 2009
size: 90 x 140 x 6 mm
weight: 98 g
scale: 1:12 500
format: Folded Map
sales rank: 5675

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This is a handy little full colour map of central London with a high level of detail and extremely clear mapping. Ideal for the pocket or bag.

Clear, detailed, full colour mapping is presented in a handy format ideal for the pocket or handbag. It is excellent value at only and covers the most visited area of central London.

It also includes full central area map detail, a Theatres and Cinemas map, a shopping Map, a tube Map and an index to Street Names.

The map covers Central London from Paddington Station in the west to the Tower in the east and from Kings Cross Station in the north to Pimlico in the south. Essential for the short term visitor or day tripper or anyone visiting London on a tight budget.

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