oldtorontomaps.blogspot.ca is a great maps resource

I’m pleased to share with you the following information about a map resource:

An Etobicoke Guardian article, “Victorian-era Toronto maps now available online”, appears in the May 9th 2013 issue, and as an online article. [Click on link in previous sentence to access the article.]

The article refers to the following link:


This is a very impressive link.

A person could easily spend many happy hours looking at all of these maps.

Nathan Ng and Amber Sandy

The main page also has links to two other collections of maps put up by the Nathan Ng, whose valuable and inspiring project I’ve mentioned in earlier blog posts.

An April 23, 2013 Toronto Star article discusses this great mapping project as well.

Also of interest is a First Story mapping project that I learned about from Amber Sandy when I recently collaborated with her at a Citizenship Ceremony volunteer project at Fort York.

I’m very pleased to share this information with you, which I learned from an email message that was sent to me.


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