Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
The overlays that highlight 17th century London features are approximate and derived from:
[An annotation of vincent's, re-posted from the Whitefriars Stairs page]
A little history of White friars.http://www.whitefriars.org/a2-information/histo...
[An annotation of wisteria53's, re-posted from the Whitefriars Stairs page]
More on the history of the Whitefriars area (the law firm now on this site refers to their main building fronting Fleet Street as
There is a decorative tiled wall on what was once Whitefriars Street ("White Fryers" on the map below - near the circled number 1), with an overview of printing/press local history. This is still a public right of way between two joined up modern buildings (which front onto Fleet Street and Temple Street) and worth having a look at if you're in the area.
The tiled alleyway mentioned above runs off Bouverie Street, which isn't on the old map:
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