Cartographer Chris Wesson has redrawn a map of London, using elements from the original Ordnance Survey map taken from 1801.
He has used similar typefaces, terminology, titles and scale bars to the authentic map, but has also added in new features, such as the Emirates Air Line cable car that crosses the Thames.
Wesson also added place names to the map by hand, comparing current and historic Ordnance Survey data to determine where to place them.
The map was created to celebrate the Ordnance Survey’s 225th birthday, “returning it to its roots and producing a map of modern London in the original Ordnance Survey style”, says the company.
Another cartographer Charley Glynn has also created an old-style map of the West Highlands, based on the design of a map from 1967 and using data from 1956.