Here are the details of the map for the Old St Pancras area:
This highly detailed map at a 'Yard to the Mile' scale covers Old St Pancras, an area which was largely covered by the railways. As a result this map is of especial interest to railway historians with a host of railway tracks, shown in detail, with track layouts, signal posts, coal sheds, loco sheds etc. Coverage stretches from Kings Road eastward to William Street North and Bath Place. Features include the Midland Railway approaches to St Pancras (but not that station) with goods depot; GNR goods depot (which covers half the map) with goods shed, Potato Market, Locomotive Repairing Shed, carriage shed; St Pancras Workhouse, shown in detail, St Giles Burial Ground, Ale Stores, Regents Canal, Battlebridge Basin, Brecknock Road, St Michael's church, Binfield Street, Maiden Lane Bridge. On the reverse we include the 1894 version of the same map, at a slightly reduced scale, now incl St Pancras Gardens.
The map links up with Sheet 7.13 New Camden Town to the north, 7.33 Kings Cross to the south.