Maps


  • May 28 2016

    1942-1943 Topographical Maps of the Long Island Motor Parkway

    Sam Berliner III has updated the Motor Parkway maps on his wonderful website. Here is a set of relevant 1942-1943 U.S. Army/U.S. Coast & Geodetic Survey Topographical Quadrant Maps. (0 comments)


  • Apr 02 2016

    The 1913 Metropolitan Automobile Guide and the Long Island Motor Parkway

    The lovely Roz found this 1913 publication "The Metropolitan Automobile Guide" at the Long Island Antiquarian Book & Paper Fair in Brookville on Saturday. It provides several insights on the Long Island Motor Parkway. (6 comments)


  • Jul 21 2015

    Fortune Magazine, June 1932: A Portfolio of Aerial Photographs by Captain Alfred G. Buckham

    Earlier this month, Art Kleiner discovered this 1932 illustrated map of Long Island that featured the Long Island Motor Parkway. The map was published in the June 1932 issue of Fortune and served as the legend for these nine dramatic aerials taken by Captain Alfred G. Buckham. (3 comments)


  • Jul 08 2015

    Long Island Motor Parkway Illustrated Maps (1906-1933)

    Art Kleiner discovered this 1932 illustrated map of the Motor Parkway in a portfolio of aerial photographs taken by Captain Alfred G. Buckham. (6 comments)


  • Sep 01 2011

    Archives: Maps

    Links to Long Island Motor Parkway and Vanderbilt Cup Race course maps posted on VanderbiltCupRaces.com: (0 comments)


  • Sep 19 2010

    A “New” Motor Parkway Map & Nassau County Historical Sites

    Steven W. comments: "Do you have a road map of the full route of the Motor Parkway with surrounding residential streets? This would be highly appreciated, as I would love to see it and bike through the trails of the demolished part in Nassau County". (2 comments)


  • Dec 19 2008

    A Nassau County Tour of the Long Island Motor Parkway

    Several people have requested maps of the path of the 44-mile Long Island Motor Parkway to explore for remnants of the America's first automobile road and its ever-present parkway concrete posts. To help these LIMP fans, I have put together routes in Queens, Nassau and Suffolk Counties using a 1940 map (2 comments)