Wenceslaus Hollar, ‘An Orthographical Designe of Several Views Upon Ye Road, in England and Wales’, 1660.

This map locates the places illustrated on an etching from George III’s Topographical Collection, held at the British Library. It depicts prominent locations including castles, bridges, and churches, providing a ‘tour’ of 17th-century landmarks and places of political importance around England and Wales. Based on the geolocation work of Viae Regiae volunteers David Cant and Tamsin Braisher, it features on the British Library’s Locating a National Collection web site, where it is described in more detail.