A fine reproduction map of Surrey,1845 by J&C Walkers.
The principal rivers are the Thames which flows along the northern boundary of the county, and is navigable throughout; the way has been rendered navigable, whereby a water communication has been formed by means of the canal from the Thames to the Thames to the English Channel below Arundel; a canal has been cut from Basingstoke to the Way.
The Greenwich, Croydon, Brighton, and South-Eastern Railways traverse this county from north to south and the south-western from Vauxhall Bridge westward through the county.
CARTOGRAPHER: J&K Walkers
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