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Offline GoldDigger1950Topic starter
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« on: March 24, 2017, 04:17:38 am »
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Like most long time treasure hunters, I find myself collecting maps whether I need them today or not. I have lived in a number of places across America and overseas. When I find a lead, the first thing I do is find maps. Most are contemporary but I also look for maps that were in existence during the time the lead was playing itself out. So, days or months later, my maps become my best lead to the choice I must inevitably make. Is it a real lead or a false lead?

In this process and being a bit of a knowledge pack rat, those maps make a big pile. This site is not new but in addition to the railroad insurance maps out there, the best of all maps are topographical from the USCGS (United States Coast and Geodetic Survey) Maps. I have a slew of them, some from the same survey with different dates to compare today's topography from yesteryear's topography.

This site has free topographical maps. No more mailing a check to get them, waiting 3 weeks and adding to a stack of maps. In truth, as good as maps are, they sometimes don't help as much as I wish they did. Mostly they do. So, using the site below, get your maps free!

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It's all about that moment when metal that hasn't seen the light of day for generations frees itself from the soil and presents itself to me.
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  Thank You GD.  Adding that one to my bag of tricks.   Cool

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