Neighborhood Change in Connecticut lets you view aerial imagery of Connecticut from 1934 side-by-side with the modern satellite view on Google Maps.
This map, created by the Trinity College and University of Connecticut Libraries Map and Geographic Information Center, lets you explore the changing landscapes of Connecticut from the 1930's to the present. The dual map control allows you to zoom in on different areas and compare the past and present views. For example, in the picture above you can see commercial development on formerly rural farmland.
As well as imagery of Connecticut from 1934 the map includes aerial imagery from 1990, 2004 and 2006.
- The New Jersey State Atlas - aerial photography of the entire state taken in the 1930's
- Sasgis.by.ru - World War II aerial photographs of Russia
- Declassified Military Aerial Images Map - Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monument of Scotland's declassified military aerial photographs of Europe