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Enigma1st showed me this brilliant website run by Nottingham City Council. It started years ago as the NOMAD (Nottingham Online Maps And Data) project where they collated various geographical data and made it interactive and on-line. http://info.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/insightmapping Among lots of data it has historical maps and aerial photographs of the City and County areas that you can overlay with a current map. By using a slider, you can cross-fade from old to current to see how it has changed. At the top of the screen where it says 'Road map', select 'Historical'. You then have two s
Hi All Bit of an appeal for help. Fairly new to the area and have started to do a 'just for fun' bit of research on the locality, which in my case is Sandon St. Specifically, I'm interested in the end near Nottingham Rd, and my ultimate objective is to get the full history of my place (#14) and a more general collection of stories, images etc, which I'll then put all together and post up here for anyone who may be interested to see it. So far so good. My basic research research runs from c1890 to 1917, when I know the Soar family, previously of #40 moved in. Easily obtainable records beyond
Have you come across a company called Cassini Maps. www.cassinimaps.co.uk They have a great range of historical maps covering all counties and are reasonable prices as well. folded sheet maps, through to downloads and street maps all available. Any interest to any one?