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    Luke Buckwalter

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    If you want to find great spots for detecting read this!

    I found a way to get great spots for detecting, old ariel photos of your town! There are a ton of ariel photo websites, but my favorite one is https://www.historicaerials.com/viewer

    You can see pictures of any spot in any time period! I like it a lot, becasue you can see where old homes were.

    Happy hunting!

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    Tommy

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    Thanks for posting that pretty cool
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    Welcome to tnet also
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    Welcome. I have used it and topo maps also. My main weapon for sites is the cat's intuition. While reconnoitering a colonial ghost town, I told my digging buddy there should be a house (pointing) on that hilltop. He went about 150' off the road, didn't find anything and returned down the rise to where we had found a couple KGIII copper coins. I walked 50' off the road, in the same direction and nailed the house! Nothing like the first person to find a 200 year old house no one on earth now knew existed. Three colonial coppers, four CW eagle I buttons and 5 buttons in the first half hour! What a blast!
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    A Big Welcome to You to the Tnet forum from Georgia. Thanks for the post.

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    Jan 2012
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    Welcome to Tnet. I used that historicaerials to find some nice sites in Seattle.
    Never buy anything you have to feed or paint. ---Old Hobo Wisdom---

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    Apr 2009
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    thanks for posting , using the site I just found a parking spot at a swimming hole pic was taken in 1958 . today the site is solid woods ,even the road is gone. and all within walking distance of my home .

 

 

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