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Since we cannot get the historical topo layer at this time, can someone suggest an alternative source for this?

asked 28 Dec '16, 12:24

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Or https://karte.co/ . See basemap options on the upper right. If you choose to log in to the site with a Google ID you'll be able to save POIs for future reference.

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answered 28 Dec '16, 12:44

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Excellent question! Unfortunately the historical topo layer is no longer being supported, but we are working to replace the layer. Until then, try accessing the historical maps here: https://ngmdb.usgs.gov/maps/TopoView/. link text

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answered 28 Dec '16, 12:33

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