With its abundance of ancient castles, Roman remains and steam railways, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Kent was set in the past. Our Kent County map gives “The Garden of England” a contemporary upgrade worthy of Margate's Turner gallery.
This map spans from Stratford in East London, out to Botany Bay for a spot of fossil hunting and down to Camber Sands for sandcastle building in the South. The contours of the North Downs and High Weald Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are highlighted in our signature eye-catching contrast, making you long for a rural getaway filled with walks and pub lunches. Railway lines are given prominence in black over our silvery road infrastructure, so you could plan your next weekend break in Rye without the parking and traffic stress. Heritage railways are a Kent specialty, so we gave them some extra care in a shimmering teal. As a finishing touch our legend (or key, if you're not as much of a map nerd as we are!) features an evocative line drawing of the traditional Kent Oast Houses you'll see on your travels.
We print our maps on to the highest quality FSC approved silk-coated paper using the lithographic printing process. (This works like a mechanised version of traditional screen printing.) A plate is made for each colour and then laid down individually, creating a stunning print with maximum definition and impact. A sealer is applied to protect the inks and gloss UV varnish used to add contrast and highlight water tributaries.
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