This 5th edition of our London map has undergone an extensive revision, adding more hotels, pubs, and attractions. While it is not practical to show all such buildings on a map, we are hoping to achieve a representative sample. The ‘tube’ or underground lines have also been re-drawn and emphasized. Rail lines are shown from their appropriate rail station outwards. There is one north-south rail line through London, and an east-west line under construction, but we are leaving these off our map until the second line is completed. Also, the overground lines are an increasingly important method of travel around London, and these have been shown where appropriate. The big change on this map, and the reason for its new ISBN, is the enhanced and expanded map on the second side of South East England at 1:300,000 scale. This would be ideal for day trips out of London or for those driving. The western edge of the map is Bath and the northern extreme is either Northampton or Cambridge. The main roads in and out of London are shown, with motorways in blue, A roads in green (un-widened A roads in magenta) and thousands of B roads wend their way to lovely villages and secondary towns. Both sides of the map include our Top Attractions list. The map is printed on high density plastic paper, both for durability and for inclement weather.