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The overlays that highlight 17th century London features are approximate and derived from:

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Arbor   Link to this

Fenchurch Street is now virtually unrecognisable. Since the Victorian Railway Station built behind Crutched Friars, the outlook must have changed completely. Crutched Friars has a massive railway bridge built across it, and it is difficult to imagine how it must have looked in 1660. However, in one of the 'railway arches' is the Crutched Friars Pub. Tiny and welcoming... but avoid at lunchtimes when it is full of office workers.

Terry Foreman   Link to this

Fenchurch Street stretches left to right across the middle of this 18th century map.
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Bill   Link to this

Fenchurch Street, City, runs from Gracechurch Street to Aldgate. It is first mentioned in the City Books as Fancherche, 1276.
---London, Past and Present. H.B. Wheatley, 1891.

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