Here are the details of maps for Acton & Gunnersbury:
We have published two versions of this map so far; each covers the same area, so you can see how the streets chanmged over the years. The western half of the map is dominated by Gunnersbury Park, including Gunnersbury House. The eastern half of the map is very built up, with South Acton, the Mill Hill Park estate and, further down, Acton Green. Acton High Street is in the NE corner. Several railways cross the map, including the North & South Western Junction and the District's Ealing Extension. Stations include South Acton, Chiswick Park & Acton Green, and Mill Hill Park (later Acton Town). Other features include Fairlawn House, All Saints church, Bollo Bridge Road, Heathfield Lodge, Berrymead Priory (here Constitutional Club), Elm Grove (until 1892 the Royal India Asylum). St Mary's parish church is at the extreme top of the map. The 1935 version includes a selection of contemporary street directories for Avenue Road, Bollo Bridge Road, Gunnersbnury Avenue, Gunnersbury Lane, Osborne Road.
The map links up with London Sheets 57 Ealing Common to the north, 70 South Ealing to the west, 72 North Hammersmith to the east, and 84 Kew to the south.