If you ever felt nostalgic from piecing together old photos with locations on Google Maps then you will thoroughly enjoy this map.
The New York Public Library has introduced a new interactive map project that takes its massive digitized archive of historical photos and plots them on a map. The project is called OldNYC – Mapping historical photos from the NYPL. You can click on each dot on the map to see a variety of vintage photos taken in that area years ago.
The announcement was made earlier today by the data team over at NYPL.
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If you’re into maps and vintage photos, you need to check out the NYPL OldNYC amazing resource.
Click on the small image below to head over to the interactive map.