Place in Print stocks a variety of Crystal Palace themed prints, posters, books, maps, homewares, clothing and gifts. Crystal Palace is an area in South London, named after the cast-iron and glass structure that was reconstructed in the area following the Great Exhibition of 1851. The area sits at the boundaries of five London boroughs, and its two television transmitter masts are easily recognisable from many parts of South London.
A Walk Around Crystal Palace
Take a walk around Crystal Palace with this quirky illustrated map designed by Mercedes Leon. The unique design features over 30 of the area's best loved landmarks, including buildings and open spaces. The map is also more or less geographically accurate, covering a large area from Gipsy Hill to Anerley and Penge.
Among the landmarks depicted, you can find: The Paxton, Gipsy Hill Station, Gipsy Hill Police Station, Dulwich Upper Wood, Crystal Palace Subway, Crystal Palace Park, the Caravan Club Site, the Crystal Palace Bowl, Crystal Palace Sports Centre, Memorial Bell, the Remains of the Crystal Palace, Crystal Palace Museum, Jasper Road Antiques Centre, The Triangle, Upper Norwood Library, the Sparrowhawk Pub, Smash Bang Wallop, Haynes Lane Market, Joanna's, Westow House, Westow Park, Beulah Hill, The Alma, Fox Hill Playing Field, The Paxton Centre, Betts Park, Crystal Palace Station, Anerley Hall, Croydon Canal, Penge West Station, The Bridge House and Anerley Station.
Printed on fine art heavyweight 315gsm paper with archival inks, this print is a must-have for past and present Crystal Palace residents. Available in a choice of frame finishes with express and international delivery options.