John Rocque (1709–1762) was a surveyor and cartographer. He moved to England with his parents, who were French Huguenot émigrés. In addition to his work as surveyor and mapmaker, Rocque Continue Reading
The Waterloo and City railway company did not participate in the unified map agreement, although on this map the line is nevertheless shown. This was presumably in the hope that Continue Reading
A plan of the city and liberties of London showing the extent of the dreadful conflagration in the year 1666. Map drawn in 1772.