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Metal Monkey

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Apr 19, 2014
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Greencastle, PA
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Minelab Equinox 800
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All Treasure Hunting
Years ago, someone posted a website that lets you put two maps, that you have downloaded, side-by-side. You would put a mark on one map, and it would automatically transfer to the other map. For instance, I had a map of the area from 1868, and a map from today side-by-side. I would mark where the interstate ran through on today's map, and it would automatically mark it on the older map. Does anybody know what website I would be referring to? It was very helpful and I know other people would use it also.
 

vpnavy

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Jun 15, 2008
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York County, PA (USA)
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I have to run out for now so haven't actually checked this thread - but I searched
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and found Google Earth map overlay (Apr 15, 2013, 01:00 PM) - maybe this is what you are looking for...
 

beerguy

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May 6, 2004
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Camano Island, WA
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Park Ranger and Pack Mule pouches by Freeloader!
Historic Aerials has a few new tools that can do some similar things. Just got updated...
 

Jamie1993

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Feb 12, 2016
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Garrett AT Pro, Garrett AT MAX
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All Treasure Hunting
You could try Maprika. It uses google maps and a picture of your other map. You will have to do some work to get the maps to align. It can also be used on your cell phone or tablet.
 

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