This category only lists websites covering more than one London borough. Those specific to a single borough are listed within that borough.
A point-and-click guide to interesting places in London plus information on accommodation, transport, attractions, museums and entertainment
Quick Time VR panoramas of London.
Victorian sociologist Charles Booth coloured a map of London to show the wealth of the inhabitants of each street. The University of Michigan has made its copy available on-line.
An interactive virtual tour which includes over forty 360-degree panoramas, thirty-five narrated slide shows, zoomable maps, integrated text for the hearing-impaired, and downloadable MS Word files (with pictures) for schools and academics.
Selectable image map.
An illustrated database of images of prints, maps and panoramas of London and the Thames pre-1870 from print-sellers Motco.
Photographs by John Butler, arranged by London boroughs.
Stereo recordings of everyday London sounds organised into maps and categories, blogs on audio-related topics, and historical references to past London sounds.
Interactive map of London-centre in Flash. Search, zoom and panning.
Historical map of London with references to Dr. John Snow's era (1813-58).
Complete map of London, 1862, by Edward Stanford.
Old maps of London, featuring detailed maps of the city of London and the London Boroughs, as shown on the Bartholomew half inch map series of last century.
In combination with Cities Revealed, provide the opportunity to compare aerial photographs with the street map, and zoom out for planning tours. This view shows the shadow cast by Big Ben at the centre of British government in Westminster.
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