Interactive Subway Maps interactive maps of the new york City subway that allow one to plana route graphically. interactive Subway maps. These Java applets http://www.brail.org/transit/
Extractions: These Java applets allow you to find the shortest route from one station to another on a transit system. Currently, there is one map: Those of you with very old browsers (that cannot support Java 1.1) may need to use the older map. This map is located here This site was created by Greg Brail. For help or questions, please email "email@example.com".
NYS Interactive Mapping Gateway Home Page Color photos of almost all the state.Category Recreation Roads and Highways Photography AerialThe interactive Mapping Gateway is new york State's doorway to Through the MappingApplication, custom maps can be created and printed, imagery viewed http://www.nysgis.state.ny.us/gateway/mg/interactive_main.html
Extractions: We appreciate your patience and understanding in this important matter and truly regret any inconvenience. The Interactive Mapping Gateway is New York State's doorway to convenient access to many statewide data sets. Each Digital Orthoimagery dataset links to a Mapping Application where visitors can view and download imagery. In addition, there are links to metadata, direct download options and more.
About Schuyler Falls Awardwinning soap opera focusing on mystery and romance in new york. interactive features include character profiles, maps, polls, mailing lists and surveys. http://www.skyfalls.com
Extractions: Parental discretion advised. Excerpt from Episode #4.28: "The Devil You Know" "What do you mean?" "You want muscle, I got it. You want something sold, I can sell it. You want someone to fix problems, I can do that." Del pauses, and then gives a small chuckle of secret amusement. "And I'm real good at convincing people of things." "Really." Tristan tilts his head. "Well then, convince me to hire you. What's your background? What kind of work experience have you had?" After taking a long sip of coffee, Del puts the half-finished mug down on the desk in front of him. "Been working since I was twelve. Bagged groceries at the Shop 'n' Go, made fries at McDonald's, washed cars, bussed tables ... y'know, the usual bullshit jobs that earned me next to nothing. Then I started dealing." Tristan blinks at the other man's casual announcement. "Uh to clarify, by 'dealing' you mean" "Drugs." Del's smile turns crooked. "And that earned me a lot more money...
CGRER NetSurfing: Maps And References Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research provides a large collection of links to maps of regions worldwide. Area. new york City maps (Social Characteristics from Census Data). Virtual new york City. interactive Map of new york http://www.cgrer.uiowa.edu/servers/servers_references.html
Extractions: (last updated: NOTE: I am in the process of pruning the dead links. This should be finished sometime in July. The following compilation of Internet/WWW sites is intended to be an introductory guide to some of the map and reference resources available via the World Wide Web. Consider using one of the WWW search engines if you are looking for a specific type of map or reference. The maps which are listed here have been selected because they are thought to be reasonably useful and/or interesting. They are categorized by geographical region although there are a couple of thematic categories such as Interactive Maps which both highlights the potential of the WWW and are also fun to use. Note that there is some overlap in geographic coverage between these categories. The emphasis is on displayable maps (e.g. images) rather than digital cartographic (GIS) and satellite data which can be found in the separate compilation Geodata Information Sources . There is also another listing which includes Weather Maps and Imagery This list has been compiled for use by faculty members and students of the Center for Global and Regional Environmental Research . Suggested additions and corrections to this list are welcome and can be sent to the CGRER webmaster Note: These various Internet links may not be accessible at all times.
Places Where Women Made History The National Park Service has developed a travel itinerary featuring 74 different properties from the National Register of Historic Places in new york and Massachusetts. The itinerary includes interactive maps, descriptions of each place's significance in women's history, photographs, information on public accessibility, essays on women's achievements in American history, and links to other pertinent Web sites. http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/travel/pwwmh/
MapQuest: Maps: Map Closeup view of the city of new york Mills, Minnesota. interactive street map. http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?city=New_York_Mills&state=MN&zoom=7
MapQuest: Maps: Map Closeup view of the village of McGraw, new york. interactive street map. http://www.mapquest.com/maps/map.adp?city=McGraw&state=NY&zoom=7
Extractions: The NYC Insider covers all of the Big Apple's top sights and museums , and includes dozens of original photos . From world-class attractions to the hidden treasures often overlooked by other guide books, The Insider has it all. Our money-saving guide shows you how you can can enjoy the best our city has to offer without going broke in the process and our survival tips help you cope with some of the everyday situations you will encounter in the city that never sleeps. Highlights for SIGHTSEEING IDEAS
Empire Expo Center - Redirect Statewide. nyfaults.zip. interactive Brittle Structure. Brittle Structure metadata many map dealers in new york for their particular regions. Such maps can be purchased for all http://www.empireexpo.com/
Extractions: covering the streets from 59th to 96th Streets of Uptown East Manhattan. Popup 5th Avenue Map spanning from between the mid 40's to 59th Street. This map will show you where the famous stores are such as Gucci, Versace, Bvlgari and others. It's a very simply map to which much much more will be added. Very soon there will be maps of other NYC sections...stay tuned Here is another Interactive Manhattan Map which had been used yet abandoned when New Yorkled was first started in Summer of 2001. You just might like it. It's unfinished but take a look! Manhattan Map Here is a link to the MTA maps for the Buses, Subway and more. NYC Subway, Bus, and other New York Transit maps
New York Interactive Genealogy Keywords, Living People, More new york family Search On this page * Locations * maps* Native Amer interactive Genealogy combines searches for genealogy, living http://victorian.fortunecity.com/literary/463/igen/ny.html
Extractions: This New York City travel and tourism guide, featuring hotels and other accommodations tours attractions events ... shopping and more, will help you plan a successful visit to New York City, New York U.S.A Travel Destinations: Bronx Brooklyn East Elmhurst, NY Flushing Jamaica, NY Long Island City, NY New Rochelle, NY New York City Queens Staten Island White Plains Search this Site for:
Extractions: Make a Hotel Reservation: Once you've moused over a RED map marker, hotel description boxes outlined in blue are hotlinked - click on the marker to check room rates/availability or to make an online reservation! Windows XP: If you are running windows XP you must install java to view the interactive maps. Download
Extractions: This New York travel and tourism guide, featuring hotels and other accommodations tours attractions events ... shopping and more, will help you plan a successful visit to the State of New York, U.S.A Situated in Northeastern United States, the State of New York is home to diverse landscapes, cultures and cities. In the northern region, enjoy the beauty of the Adirondack Mountains; in Western New York visit the cities of Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Rochester; in Central New York enjoy the activities around the Finger Lakes; in the mid-east visit the capital city of Albay and the leisure-oriented Catskill Mountains; in the south experience the world-class museums and nightlife of New York City, and the beaches of Long Island. Travel Destinations: SELECT A REGION Long Island New York City Western New York SELECT A TOWN/CITY Adirondack Albany, NY Albion Alexandria Bay, NY Amherst Amsterdam, NY Arkville Armonk, NY Ashokan Auburn, NY
Extractions: A series of three interactive maps pinpointing hotels and attractions in 1) Lower Manhanttan, 2) Midtown Manhattan and 3) Central Park (including the Upper East and West sides). Find information about some of the country's most popular landmarks including the Empire State Building Madison Square Garden , the Guggenheim Museum and more.
CMAP Interactive Maps On The Internet Don't have a new york City address? affordable estimates for creating Webbased mapsfor your CMAP's interactive mapping services are powered by ESRI's ArcIMS http://www.cmap.nypirg.org/webmapping/default.asp
Extractions: click here to learn why interactive maps are a valuable tool (pdf) Select: Select Locate businesses and attractions in Lower Manhattan Create custom maps of parks and community gardens Locate educational programs Find your elected representatives Find your closest health care provider Clean up a toxic waste site near you Find the closest subway station to a NYC address Search for nonprofit organizations in NYC Locate businesses and attractions in Lower Manhattan LowerManhattanMap.com was developed by CMAP for the Empire State Development Corporation with the help of three downtown Business Improvement Organizations: The Alliance for Downtown New York TriBeCa Organization , and the Lower East Side Business Improvement District The purpose of this website is to help Lower Manhattan businesses that were hit hard after Sept. 11 by educating residents, workers, and tourists about what's in the neighborhood. At this website you can:
Scanned Maps Historic USGS maps of new England and new york Atlas; European cities (historic maps);Classical Rome Eastern European Map Room; interactive Ancient Mediterranean http://www.library.cornell.edu/okuref/maps/drawmap.htm
New York 1964 World's Fair any of five interactive (click on) maps you wish There are between 20 and 50 interactiveclick points on map that show pavilions at the new york 1964 World's http://naid.sppsr.ucla.edu/ny64fair/
Extractions: New York 1964 World's Fair Last updated on August 8, 2000 The 1964 New York World's Fair at Flushing Meadow in Queens, New York had a two year run; from April 22 to October 18, 1964 and from April 21 to October 17, 1965 - a total of 360 days. It was held in conjunction with the city of New York's 300th anniversary of British forces under the command of the Duke of York gaining control of the Dutch city of New Amsterdam in 1664. The 1964-65 World's Fair featured 140 pavilions on 646 acres, the old site of the 1939-40 New York's World Fair. Althought the majority of the pavilions were United States commerical companies, there were also 21 state pavilions and 36 foreign pavilions. It was the dawn of the space age and the fair's theme was "Man in a Shrinking Globe in an Expanding Universe." The problem was that the fair wasn't sanctioned by the Bureau of International Expositions because world's fairs are limited to one year runs. Besides the BIE had already given their blessing to Seattle's 1962 fair (only one U.S. fair allowed per decade). Consequently most European countries and the Communist bloc boycotted it. None-the-less countries mainly in Asia, South America, the Mid-East and Africa were represented. But it was U.S. industry, led by General Electric, Ford, General Motors, Crysler, I.B.M., Bell Telephone, U.S. Steel, Pepsi Cola, Dupont, RCA and Westinghouse that spent lavishly, erected handsome pavilions and stuffed them with entertainment that they hoped would boost their image with consumers. In all more than a billion dollars was invested.
Coney Island History Web Site educational site covers the history of Coney Island in Brooklyn, new york. It featurestimelines, historic articles and photographs, interactive maps that when http://naid.sppsr.ucla.edu/coneyisland/
Extractions: Coney Island History Site Last Updated on August 8, 2000 This interactive educational site covers the history of Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York. It features timelines, historic articles and photographs, interactive maps that when clicked on show historic views, and lists of movies filmed on Coney Island's streets, beaches and amusement parks. Coney Island was considered the world's largest and premier amusement area during the first half of the 20th Century. It was a beach resort that provided carefree entertainment and thrilling amusement park rides to the millions of residents that lived in New York City. It featured three huge amusement parks; Luna Park, Steeplechase and Dreamland, and countless other attractions along the Bowery, Surf Avenue and its numerous side streets. The historic articles and photographs for this educational site are based on Jeffrey Stanton's research for a forthcoming history book that would concentrate on Coney Island's amusement park business during the 20th century. While others have written extensively on the area's early history and its social history, they have sadly neglected the amusement park rides and the people who designed them. Book Status: Text nearly complete with 135,000 words in seven chapters. However photos of rides and attractions are sparse and publishers aren't interested in a book with text. May have to self publish.