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ROCQUE MAP: BRIXTON CAUSEWAY

A detail from John Rocque's London maps showing Brixton Hill, then Brixtow or Bristow Causeway - the current site of Brixton was undeveloped, although Acre Lane is clearly marked, as is Rushy Green (Common). Also shown are Island Green and Knight's Hill, now West Norwood, plus West Dulwich. Was annotated 'Mrs Jean Roques reprint, around 1760' - after Rocque died in 1762, his widow continued with the successful mapping business.From 'History and Antiquities of Camberwell' by W.H.Blanch, with additions by W.F.Noble.Ref: Blanch Vol.1 p.341

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Collection:Blanch
Image type:Print
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Ref:13175
Original ref:Blanch Vol.1 p.341
Date:c.1760

-Before 1850BRIXTON HILLPrintROADS AND STREETS

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