Online Toronto maps project puts the history of familiar streets a click away (April 23, 2013 Toronto Star)

The April 23, 2013 Toronto Star has a great article about Nathan Ng’s historical maps project. You can find an earlier blog post about his work here.

You can access Nathan Ng’s website here.

I owe thanks to Mike James of Brampton, co-leader of the May 4 and May 5, 2013 Jane’s Walk in Long Branch, for informing me about the article. The headline and subhead reads as follows:

Online Toronto maps project puts the history of familiar streets a click away

Toronto’s Nathan Ng noticed there’s a wealth of historical maps of Toronto, but they’re hard to browse; his website posts them in an accessible way for everyone.

Here’s the photo from the April 23, 2013 Toronto Star article:

 

TIM ALAMENCIAK / TORONTO STAR Nathan Ng created a website to make the many publicly available historic maps of Toronto easily viewable. Source: April 23, 2013 Toronto Star

Click here to access the article.

 

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