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I've been using this website to look at old Ordnance Survey Maps for location ideas in Call of Cthulhu - and thought it was worth sharing here.  Using the side-by-side view is great:

Ordnance Survey Maps - National Library of Scotland (nls.uk)

Side by side georeferenced maps viewer - Map images - National Library of Scotland (nls.uk)

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We can thank Youtube for sticking this cheerful chappie on my home page. Seems he's a London tour guide (an award winning one at that) and his channel is full of vids showing various areas of London with buckets of interesting historical info. They give a really nice sense of what modern RoL London is like, plenty of ideas and buckets of nostalgia for me. I think starting in the Old Covent (as we used to call it to differentiate it from the New Covent Garden in Vauxhall Nine Elms) is appropriate:


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