Here are the details of maps for Stratford, London E15:
The three versions of this map show how the area developed across the years, becoming more built up. The maps each cover the same area, stretching from Hackney Cut Navigation and the River Lea eastward to Romford Road and Carnarvon Road; from Temple Mills Lane and Chandos Road southward to Lett Road and Langthorne Street. The map has a lot of railway information, including Stratford, Maryland and Stratford Market stations, and the GER Railway Works, sidings and loops north of the station; an essential map for students of the Great Eastern Railway. The town is also shown in detail, the 1867 version especially attractive. Other features include tramways, Stratford New Town, Stratford Marsh, Broadway, Waterworks River, Town Hall. Much more building by 1914 when roads include High Street, The Grove, Leytonstone Road, Vicarage Lane, and countless more. Each map also has short extracts from contemporary directories. An area that has changed massively over recent years.
The map links up with 32 Leyton to the north, 41 Hackney to the west, Sheet 43 Forest Gate to the east and 53 Bow to the south.