Royal Docks History Club – History of Maps & Boundaries

Royal Docks History Club – Boundaries around us - a history of maps and Boundaries

Layers of London will give a presentation on historical maps and boundaries of the local area and will facilitate an audience discussion on how boundaries shape and influence / impact daily lives.

Layers of London is a map-based history website. Users can access free historic maps of London and contribute stories, memories and histories to create a social history resource about their area. In this session Tom Furber will also give an introduction to the website and the histories contained within.


19 June 2019

18:45 -21:45

Admission: £1


Organiser Info

RDLAC

Website: www.rdlac.org

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Image: www.londonsroyaldocks.com

Location


RDLAC (The Royal Docks Learning & Activity Centre)

RDLAC Albert Road North Woolwich E16 2JB

02074761666

Nearest station is King George the V (On the DLR), buses 474 or 473. Parking is available on site



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