A sprinkling of London landmarks are interspersed with names and logos of the bars/restaurants concerned, and various tapas-style snacks. This will be especially confusing if using the map to navigate after having tried several sherries.
Use the London Sherry Trail map to find your venues, then your smartphone mapping platform of choice to work out how to actually get there!
A commemorative book, reproducing the work, is available to buy online or at Foster’s Bookshop on Chiswick’s high street.
Some tube station roundels and the River Thames appear – two musts with any London map – and the venues themselves are illustrated with numbered circles. The former actually goes to Blackfriars Bridge and the latter to London Bridge, which are separated by several other bridges.The many market gardens around Chiswick are coloured in blue, with orchards in green.Finally, below is the 1949 Ordnance Survey “6 inch to the mile” map, with just the River Thames coloured in, which shows that Chiswick never got fully urbanised – the open lands to the south of the earlier maps have simply become...If Lumiere London, which finished yesterday, has whet your appetite for seeing artistic displays of light after dark, then there is another festival of lights which runs until Saturday. Think Lumiere London, in a smaller area and without the huge crowds.And, like the King’s Cross, it’s produced its own special map for the event, which we feature above.