Useful map related links

Listed below are links to other map-related sites that you may find useful. Please contact the Map Librarian if you find an interesting site that could be included here. 

David Rumsey Map Collection
A superb historical map resource with images from one of the world’s largest private map collections.  More than 150,000 maps, with a particular focus on North and South America.

Old Maps Online
An easy-to-use gateway to historical maps in libraries around the world that allows the user to search for online digital historical maps across numerous different collections via a geographical search.

George III's Collection of Military Maps
This collection of military maps comprises some 3,000 maps, views and prints ranging from the disposition of Charles V's armies at Vienna in 1532 to the Battle of Waterloo (1815).

German World War II Captured Maps
A significant collection (more than 10,000) of digitised maps that were captured from the German military in the Second World War. The collection covers much of Europe.

Map History / History of Cartography
This gateway to the subject of old maps provides a link to the only comprehensive listing of its kind, comprising several thousand annotated free links to early maps around the world.