Scanned and georeferenced historical topographic maps of the Niagara area are available to users holding a valid Brock i.d. These data are used to study changes in land use, urban growth, transportation networks, surface water features, shoreline changes and more.
Original Paper Series: Canada National Topographic Series, 1:25,000
Edition: 2/3 (1970)
Scanning Resolution: 200 dpi
Ground Resolution: 3 metres
File Size: ~20 – 30 megabytes per image
Coordinate System: GCS_NAD83_CSRS98
Niagara Topographic Map Images, 1:25k Series . (2014) St. Catharines, ON: Brock University Maps, Data & GIS. Available ftp://ftp.library.brocku.ca/TopographicMaps/NTS1970s/30L_14g_1973.zip Accessed (15/04/2017).
The data is in the public domain as indicated by the Open Government License Canada.
Please use appropriate acknowledgement and citation.
This digital resource is a reproduction of National Topographic Series published by the Government of Canada and has not been produced in affiliation with, or endorsement of the Government of Canada.
Source: Natural Resources Canada http://open.canada.ca/en/open-government-licence-canada
Original historical maps are available in the MDGL, Mackenzie Chown C306