OpenStreetMap US

Let’s leave Richmond better than we found it by putting this city’s long history on OpenHistoricalMap. Whether you’re into mapping buildings, railroads, businesses, or something else, let’s see how much progress we can make as a team in one sitting. If you haven’t contributed to OpenHistoricalMap before, we’ll have experienced mappers on hand to help you learn the reins.

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OpenStreetMap for Roman roads? Middle Kingdom cities? 1890s railways? OpenHistoricalMap is aiming to create the most comprehensive, most out-of-date map of everything that’s existed from Then through Now.

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