Map of the Railways showing the various stations with the Hills, Rivers, Canals and Principal Roads of England and Wales, also exhibiting most of the places whose situation has been ascertained by the Stations and Intersections of the Trignometrical Survey, compiled by A Arrowsmith, Hydrographer to His Majesty, published by G F Cruchley London 1840. On folding linen in two sheets, each 146 by 90 cm. Scale six miles to the inch. Hand-coloured. A very detailed map that shows the extent of the early railway network. With one key to railways completed, railways in progress and railways completed and a second key to roads, turnpikes, rivers, canals, towns, constituency arrangements post Reform Act, gentlemen’s seats etc. Folds into drab black cloth covers. Some limited staining to reverse. The map is in VG condition.