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11814Re: [coldwarcomms] AT&T route map from 1898

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  • blitz
    Jun 10, 2007
      Firefox wasn't the culpret, the firewall was, and once I shut it down, I
      was able to view it.
      Not a really good map IMHO.

      Matthew S. Smith wrote:
      > Are you using a pop-up blocker? I'm using one with Mozilla and it
      > wouldn't work there, but it worked fine under IE (with no blocker). Once
      > you can get that to work, there's an option for downloading the full
      > image and a viewer (MrSID). Makes for a much quicker way to pan/zoom
      > that the browser version (at least on my pseudo-broadband connection).
      >
      > Matt
      >
      > blitz wrote:
      >
      >
      >> Tried three different browsers, and cant get it to enlarge.
      >>
      >> Albert LaFrance wrote:
      >>
      >>> Keith Cheshire contributed this link to a high-quality, zoomable
      >>>
      >> scan of a detailed route map of the
      >>
      >>> eastern half of the US. I was surprised by how extensive the network
      >>>
      >> was at that early date.
      >>
      >>> http://www.davidrum sey.com/detail? id=1-1-1430- 190077&name=
      >>>
      >> Lines+And+ Metallic+ Circuit+Connecti ons
      >> <http://www.davidrumsey.com/detail?id=1-1-1430-190077&name=Lines+And+Metallic+Circuit+Connections>
      >>
      >>> Albert LaFrance
      >>>
      >
      >
      >
      >


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