Place in Print stocks a variety of Forest Hill themed prints, posters, books, maps, homewares, clothing and gifts. Forest Hill is an area of South London, situated between Sydenham and Dulwich. Historically, the Croydon Canal ran through the area, although this was replaced by a railway which opened in 1839. The area is also home to the Horniman Museum, one of South London's finest small museums.
A Walk Around Forest Hill
Take a walk around Forest Hill 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 Honor Oak to Kirkdale and Mayow Park.
Among the landmarks depicted, you can find: Dawson's Heights, One Tree Hill, Honor Oak Park Station, Honor Oak Park Shops, Segal Close, Blythe Hill Fields, Horniman Museum, Camberwell Old Cemetery, Walters Way, Devonshire Road Nature Reserve, Garthorne Road Nature Reserve, Babur, The Signal, The Honor Oak, the Blythe Hill Tavern, Shannon's Garden Centre, Finches Emporium, Forest Hill Station, Havelock Walk, Forest Hill Shops, Horniman Triangle, Dulwich & Sydenham Hill Woods, Kelvin Grove School, Sydenham School, Forest Hill Library, Sylvan Post, Louise House, Forest Hill Pools, Forest Hill School, Mayow Park & Cafe, Rob's Barber Shop, the German Bridge, Albion Millennium Green, The Bricklayer's Arms, Baxter Field and Kirkdale.
Printed on fine art heavyweight 315gsm paper with archival inks, this print is a must-have for past and present Forest Hill residents. Available in a choice of frame finishes with express and international delivery options.