I love old maps and use them in so many different types of craft projects including junk journaling. I found these ones in an antique book and they are too nice not to share. Perfect for a travel-themed junk journal or scrapbook. You could also print them for colouring sheets. Right click to save each photo. Click here for more FREE printables War Maps These maps are from old newspapers. Some of them didn't scan very well as they are fading but I think they would make good backgrounds. I've printed them and have used them as greeting card backgrounds for friends who are military buffs. Photos These maps are from 35mm slide photos
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Have you ever wondered what stood on the property where you live or what was on the corner before a Starbucks popped up? These three sites probably have the information you are looking for. I've spent an entire afternoon playing with these sites, checking out places across the city I've lived, childhood haunts and well known Toronto landmarks to see what stood before my time. Awesome time waster! Old Toronto Maps - This is a great site created by 2014 Heritage Toronto Award of Merit winner Nathan Ng. Well organized and easy to use. Wendy Smith of the Toronto Park Lot Project has created an awesome interactive historical map of the founding days of Toronto. Toronto Historical Map Viewer - Overlays of maps from 1818 to 2013. See what stood on your home's land a century ago.