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It must have been a slow news week. :lol: However I thought you might appreciate the antique map image in the following link.

http://www.portlandt...458529535011400

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Cool! Any chance you can bring a copy of the map to NACIS?
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Yes! I will be bringing some of the new Bike There! maps as well as a 1973 reprint if the 1896 map. Furthermore, I will be presenting the semantic and semiological changes made to the new edition (a la J. Bertin).

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