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Waterloo Region Aerial Photography
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Does anyone know where I could find aerial photos/satellite imagery of Waterloo Region from between 1980 - 1999 online? I know the Waterloo Region GIS had imagery from 1990 but they took that away. If anyone knows where imagery from the 1980's or 1990's is located online I'd be very thankful!
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(05-25-2015, 03:07 PM)Waterlooer Wrote: Does anyone know where I could find aerial photos/satellite imagery of Waterloo Region from between 1980 - 1999 online? I know the Waterloo Region GIS had imagery from 1990 but they took that away. If anyone knows where imagery from the 1980's or 1990's is located online I'd be very thankful!

Have you tried the University of Waterloo Geospatial Centre? They have quite the trove.
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(05-26-2015, 10:45 PM)nms Wrote:
(05-25-2015, 03:07 PM)Waterlooer Wrote: Does anyone know where I could find aerial photos/satellite imagery of Waterloo Region from between 1980 - 1999 online? I know the Waterloo Region GIS had imagery from 1990 but they took that away. If anyone knows where imagery from the 1980's or 1990's is located online I'd be very thankful!

Have you tried the University of Waterloo Geospatial Centre? They have quite the trove.

Yeah I have! They don't have access to any photos/imagery past the 1970's online though :/
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#14
The plane thats been circling around for the last couple weekends...is that Google 3D mapping?
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#15
Did the plane have red markings on the wings?  The Waterloo-Wellington Flight Centre operates single engine planes with a blue underbelly and red markings on the wings.
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#16
Awesome aerial shots of Waterloo. Thanks for sharing Spokes. Anyone else found more?
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