New site, new store, same stuff

With the successful completion of my Kickstarter, I’ve bought a new domain, opened a map store, and started cross-posting. This blog will stay open but I’ll stop updating the site after next week.

If you subscribe by email, you’ll need to sign up again. If you subscribe by RSS you’ll want to update your link, too.

While I am excited about the new format and domain – this one is showing its age, and I really hate the ads at the bottom of some posts – what I’m really excited about is the Map Store. While I’ve threatened to print my maps before, this time I’m actually doing it. While I’m mostly focusing on subway-style maps of historical rail networks, I have a few maps for the Marinites, notably the Interurban.

My mapping queue is full for the next few months (DC/Baltimore, then Saint Louis, then Toronto), but I’m starting to think about what comes next. Check the maps you might want to buy for yourself or someone else:

All of these, except for Highway 101, are for the 1921 versions. The Highway 101 strip map will include all service that runs on the freeway from Cloverdale to San Francisco. It would likely be a fold-out pocket map, a nice addition to your GGT transit guide.

It’s been nice getting to know everyone on WordPress, but Squarespace gives me much better commercial integration. See you over there.

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About David Edmondson
A native Marinite working in Washington, DC, I am fascinated by how one might apply smart-growth and urbanist thinking to the low-density towns of my home.

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