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Historical Interactive Boston Map Site


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Maps Over Time features an interesting combination on historical maps and current technology. The interactive java map viewer (which doesn’t seem to work with Mozilla’s Firefox browser) allows users to zoom in and out, pan, search for an address, turn on and off and fade in and out up to 3 layers at a time. Maps date back to 1775 and include ortho air photos from 1994. It is an interesting way to view development in the Boston area.


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