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Old Map overlay ?? Help


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Some years ago i found a site where you could "overlay" an old 1850 map section over a current map to help locate older, ( now gone), home sites. I cant seem to find this again. Maybe someone has this site info ?? It might already exist on a thread here, but i cant find anything. Can anyone help ??....Thanks, Gary


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I use Google earth


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You can very easily overlay graphics onto Google Earth and adjust the scale of the overlay to match up with roads and rivers to be able to find long gone structures, you do have to alter the opacity of the overlay though so you can see through it to line everything up.
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