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In 2013 the library started to georeference historic maps and publish them within the newly developed Virtual Map Forum 2.0, a spatial data infrastructure for historic maps.
To date, this infrastructure offers an easy access to thousands of georeferenced maps.
Topo View shows the many and varied older maps of each area, and so is useful for historical purposes—for example, the names of some natural and cultural features have changed over time, and the 'old' names can be found on these historical topographic maps.
Featuring over 100,000 maps, primarily of Scotland (but also some of Great Britain) dating from the early 19th Century until the mid 20th Century.
The collection focuses on detailed topographic maps by Ordnance Survey, but also includes bathymetrical charts and town plans.
These maps are available through a viewer that will show entire individual map sheets.
Although the main focus for the collection is rare 18th and 19th Century North and South American maps it also includes a variety of other historical cartographic materials covering the rest of the world.
It is presented through a range of different viewers.
The project began as a collaboration between Klokan Technologies Gmb H, Switzerland and The Great Britain Historical GIS Project based at the University of Portsmouth, UK thanks to funding from JISC.Since January 2013 is the project improved and maintained by volunteers and the team of Klokan Technologies Gmb H in their free time.You can contact the project team at: For inquiries related to rights for a particular map contact the relevant institution bellow!The website has been created by Klokan Technologies Gmb H, specialists in online map publishing and in applications of open-source software.It aims to demonstrate a combination of tools for publishing historical maps with a focus on their easy accessibility for the general public.