Ogilby’s 1675 Maps of the Great North Road

John Ogilby’ Brittania was an early road atlas of England and Wales. Each of his chosen roads was displayed in linear form. The route from London to “Barwick” comprised 5 plates, each with 6 sections.

The 339 miles are all numbered – and furlongs indicated by dots! Note that a solid line for the road edge indicates enclosed rather than open land.

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