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Old 01-24-2012, 12:30 PM   #1
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Historical Maps & Charts from NOAA

Also very cool...

Old charts, some from 1700's (interesting to see how the entire land mass of Boston has changed in 300 years...)

Needless to say - these are "Not to be used for navigation" (unless you're piloting a time machine


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RE: Historical Maps & Charts from NOAA

Thanks for the link. I was able to confirm what I already suspeced about a railroad bridge in my area many years ago that is now gone.
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