Posts Tagged ‘Flickr’

Updated digital map: photo layer

10 August 2011

The ‘Mapping Medieval Chester’ website is continuing to develop, and this post is to let you know about some changes to the interactive digital atlas (high bandwidth version). A while ago, we asked you to send in your photos of medieval locations and features in Chester via Flickr. Thank you so much for your response and the many wonderful photos of medieval sites in Chester today.

These photos have now been added to the digital atlas as an additional layer which you can select. They represent a key new feature, meaning that users can get a sense of how each of these locations appear today. This is especially useful for the international users of this website, who now have the chance to make a ‘virtual visit’ to these places. It’s also very fitting that, as part of a project which focuses on different perspectives on the city, we have this new collection of different views and vantage-points.

Thank you again for contributing to our project and enabling us to extend the resource in such a useful way.

Mapping Medieval Chester needs YOU!

26 August 2009


Be part of our website – add your photos to the map!

The interactive digital map at will soon include a layer of photos of medieval locations in Chester today. We need your help to do this!