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Stunning Free Vintage London Maps To Download

Free Printable Gorgeous Vintage London Maps

London is one of my favourite cities so I thought I’d source fabulous vintage London maps to share.
My father is from London and even though I was bought up in Hong Kong every few years I would visit my grandparents in London. They would take me to all the fabulous parks especially Regents Park for the zoo. We would also visit all the fabulous free museums in South Kensington. I ended up going to University in London and now only live 50 miles north of the Capital. I try to visit the city at least once a month and love it everytime I do.
It’s not just me that is smitten with London according to wiki “London is often regarded as a world cultural capital. It is the world’s most-visited city as measured by international arrivals and has the world’s largest city airport system measured by passenger traffic.”
Free antique and vintage London maps
There are so many fabulous antique and vintage maps of London that I’m sure I will be adding more to this collection soon.
The PDF downloaded vintage London maps will be of a higher resolution then the images below.
To download the vintage London maps just click on the Map title link and a PDF of the map will automatically download to your device.
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  1. Mogg Pocket or Case Map of London 1806

    An extraordinary first edition example of Edward Mogg’s important 1806 case map of London, England. Covers the central part of London from Kensington to Greenwich and the East India Docks. Mogg’s map of London offers extraordinary and beautifully engraved detail throughout noting all streets, parks, and numerous important buildings. The downtown area consumed by the London fire of 1666 is highlighted in red.
    This is actually one of my favourite maps of London. With the meranding Thames river in the centre, it reminds me of the title sequence of the long running soap “Eastenders” set in the Eastend of London.
    1806 Mogg Pocket Map of London Free to download


  3. 1896 Bacons Pocket Map of the Environs of London

    Another great vintage pocket map of London this one includes the suburbs. The map runs from Rickmansworth in the northwest to Keveldon Hatch in the northeast. It then extends south to Whitewater Common and Ightham Common. Again there is great detail on the map, noting manors, mills, roads, towns, forests, parks, castles, railways, cemeteries and bridges.
    1895 Bacons pocket map of london free to download

  4. 1920 Bacons Pocket Map of London Showing the Underground Railway

    This is a fascinating map of London showing the Underground Railway too. Obviously some of the underground lines had not been built when this map was published. Such as the Victoria and Jubilee line. Also some of the stations on the map no longer exist.



  6. 1754 Vintage London Map and Home Counties

    This vintage London map is by the Dutch cartographer Isaak Tirion, 1754. It covers not just London but the home counties too.

    1754 vintage london map

  8. 1888 Map of the City of London and District Line

    This map is actually a page from a street atlas. It covers the sqaure mile which is the City of London, the financial heart of the city!

    1888 vintage london map covering the city

  10. 1830 Map of Regents Park London

    I love this map of Regents Park, the colours are lovely. The map was made 2 years after Regents Park Zoo (London Zoo) opened in 1828. Regents Park is my favourite London park it brings back lots of childhood memories.

    1830 Map of Regents Park London

  12. 1727 French Map of London

    This is actually a very early French map of London, with some lovely illustrations.

    vintage london maps, 1727 french map of London

  14. Smith & Sons 1910 Tape Indicator Map of London

    This is an unusual large folding pocket map of London. Attached to this map of the City of London is a tape measure and street guide for identifying specific locations and distances. I think this would look fabulous framed and on the wall.


  16. 1908 London Underground Map

    This is a lovely colourful map of the London Underground. The different tube lines are in colour and is supperimposed over a street map of London.
    London Tube Map 1908

If you liked these vintage London maps then you may like my collection of vintage New York maps.

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Keith Warren

Thursday 29th of June 2023

Thank you for the brilliant maps of London and the Thames. My mothers family were Watermen on the Thames from 1595 till the 1990's. Its been a fascinating journey noting the development and growth of London and the various Waterman Stairs that they were licensed to operate from.


Sunday 2nd of July 2023

That's fascinating, I spend a lot of my spare time walking around London. And along the Thames where you will come across steps down to the water.

Mrs Janice Fisher

Thursday 20th of May 2021

Thank you so much for sharing these amazing vintage maps. I am compiling a pictorial collection for my personal Family tree and these are such a wonderful resource. Thank you so very much for all your hard work in putting these together.


Thursday 20th of May 2021

Thank you, I'm glad you enjoyed them. Having lived in London myself I particularly enjoy these maps.

elif Hande bukum

Sunday 21st of March 2021


Thank you so much for sharing these!!


Sunday 21st of March 2021

Thank you, I'm glad you have enjoyed them.


Saturday 27th of February 2021

Thank you for these resources! May I ask what resolution the images are at?


Saturday 27th of February 2021

Thank you, you need to check each map in Photoshop. These days I try to save the larger images at 300dpi but as I posted these maps a few years ago I'm not sure of the resolution. They are of the largest files I could find and they can easily be resized into 300dpi in a package like Photoshop if need be.

Peter Holford

Wednesday 5th of August 2020

Great maps, most of which I haven't seen before. A sincere thank you for making them available. I appreciate the work that has gone into scanning at high resolution and assembling the images for upload.


Wednesday 5th of August 2020

Thank you, I'm glad you have enjoyed them