Here are the details of maps for Wembley:
We have published two versions of this map, covering the same area but with immense differences. This is an area that continues to change, with the building of the new Wembley Stadium. Wembley Park dominates the 1895 map, including cricket ground, Variety Hall, running track and the Wembley Tower. In the SW corner is Sudbury & Wembley (now Wembley Central) station, while at the north of the map is Wembley Park station on the Metropolitan line. Outside Wembley Park all is rural, with two farms. The 1935 map is dominated by the Wembley Park of the 1924 British Empre Exhibition, and includes the Empire Stadium, Palaces of Engineering and Industry, LNER Stadium Loop, Neverstop Railway, Empire Pool, housing development around Chalkhill House, GEC's Hirst Laboratories, Wembley Hill. A street directory of High Road and Wembley Park Drive is on the reverse.
The map links up with Middlesex Sheets 11.09 Preston Road to the north, 10.16 Sudbury to the west and 16.01 Alperton to the south; and London Sheet 25 Neasden to the east.