Everyone loves a good map, right? We certainly do, which is why we've mapped everything from free wifi spots to V2 rocket impact sites, via secret underground tunnels. But for all that Google Maps has done for amateur cartography, you can't beat the real thing.
Cassini Maps specialise in historical mapping products of high quality—you may remember their recent superimposition of modern Heathrow over a 19th Century map of the area. They've kindly offered to give away box-sets of historical London maps to two lucky Londonist readers. The four maps are pieced together from old Ordnance Survey charts and show the growth of London from 1805 to 1945.
To enter the competition, all you have to do is leave your name and email address below. We swear, on our grandmother's favourite armchair, that we won't pass on your details to any third party, nor use them for any purpose other than to let you know if you've won. Scout's honour. Winners will be chosen at random in a week's time. Good luck.