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Victorian London was a city in flux: architectural models helped the public visualise the changes

By Matthew Wells, Lecturer in Architectural Humanities, University of Manchester
In 1848, the British government decided to draw up a precisely measured map of London. Imperial expansion had seen the city develop quickly, particularly around the docks and the City of London.

There was a growing need for improved infrastucture, particularly an underground sewer system,…The Conversation

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