It seems not to show much...For now, I've found something useful (for the UK): www.british-towns.net/maps.The pro of this service is that you don't have to start with an ultimately zoomed-in point - rather otherwise.
Is that not exactly the same as Google's?
An old-fashioned atlas (there's many more where that came from) seemed to fit the bill in my book.
Will this do? It's alongside the requisite beer can.
If you're not aware of it, check http://www.openstreetmap.org/The map data for The Netherlands and Belgium is top notch because it was seeded by experts. In the US it's often lesser. But what's missing on OSM.
If you're not aware of it, check http://www.openstreetmap.org/
Quote from: Frenzie on 2014-01-28, 20:08:20If you're not aware of it, check http://www.openstreetmap.org/There's no Great Britain there at all!
As to uptodate navigation apps, what's wrong with Google Maps or Bing Maps that should come out of the box on all or nearly all mobile devices? Don't they do the job just about anywhere?
Yes, ok, thanks, but I prefer physical maps to those "contour" ones you've shown.
In any case, I misinterpreted the OP. Turns out I have no idea what the question is.Quote from: Josh on 2014-01-29, 08:11:53Yes, ok, thanks, but I prefer physical maps to those "contour" ones you've shown.
I was looking at Google Maps and noting that they now show a photo of the house if you enter a specific address., Tried it for my house. So I got a nice photo of a house further up the road.I was wondering where my delivery went.(that latter remark, by the way, is unfortunately not a joke).
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