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Interesting website to waste time

  dagbladet 10:06 10 Aug 2017

I've just stumbled across this fascinating website from the National Library of Scotland. Basically you can transpose old and modern maps and look at the difference over time. I've got 1888 and a recent satellite image from google maps. Use the blue slider on the left hand side to adjust the transparency.

click here

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:15 10 Aug 2017

Been using Georeference maps for a long time, very useful for historic research :0)

  caccy 10:21 10 Aug 2017

Love it. Great to see the differences.

  Aitchbee 11:05 10 Aug 2017

Thanks dagblaget. This is a fantastic resource!

  Aitchbee 11:07 10 Aug 2017

sorry dagbladet for mispelling your name.

  Brumas 12:54 10 Aug 2017

dagbladet, a very useful tool indeed, thank you.

  john bunyan 13:27 10 Aug 2017


Thanks; have bookmarked it - very useful.

  Forum Editor 14:58 10 Aug 2017

I have bought numerous maps from the library over the years, but this is new to me, and very interesting. Thanks for the link.

  Pine Man 16:33 10 Aug 2017

What an excellent site.

  Aitchbee 18:23 10 Aug 2017

Can anyone tell me how to decipher the different coloured areas in The Soil Survey of Scotland 1950-1980. It says.

View the individual sheets with legends/keys of this OS one-inch mapping by selecting "Find by place" above.

  Quickbeam 19:17 10 Aug 2017

Absolutely fascinating, as with a good book, I can't get away from checking out the various places that I've lived in over the years!

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