following documents are large, so it is recommended that you RIGHT-click
(Macintosh = control-click) and save the target file to your drive.
(1.1) RIGHT-CLICK HERE
download the complete "Table-Top" Survey completed by Randolph
Langenbach from the PICTOMETRY oblique images - showing those
"Gingerbread" contributing structures that could be identified from
these images. (77MB 'zip' file containing 388 .jpg images) *see instructions below
(1.2) CLICK HERE
to download the same images as in 1.1 - but re-saved into PDF documents
- with the filename (containing the image number and Lat-Long data) as a
caption under each image. Use these documents to print the images
because the filename is needed to place the images on the plan.
(35MB Zip File)
(1-a) CLICK HERE for the
Google Earth " KMZ " file that locates on Google Earth all of the
selected building images from the "Table-Top Survey."
*see instructions below.
(1-b) (for GIS experts only)
CLICK HERE to download the Shape File for GIS mapping of the
Table-Top Survey selections in ArchView.
**see instructions below.
(2) RIGHT-CLICK HERE
to download a High resolution ATLAS of maps of Gingerbread
District with street names for printing on 8.5x11 pages (180mb PDF)
* I have invented the term
"table-top survey" as a term for what the Pictometry oblique
imagery enables us to to identify the heritage resources and see major
damage to them within this large and spread-out district. This is
the first comprehensive effort to carry this out - and others are
encouraged to contribute to this list any properties missed, or those
selected in error.
The KMZ layer allows one
to see the selected sites in Google Earth (by number-not by image).
You must install Google Earth on your computer for this file to launch
and to work. If you right-click and save the file - save it to
your desktop on the drive which contains your system software.
** This ZIP file
contains the group of files for placing the sites within the GIS
software "ArchView" by ESRI. I do not have this software, so
contributions by others to do this are requested.
ALL OBLIQUE AERIAL
IMAGERY IS COURTESY OF PICTOMETRY CORPORATION, New York, USA.
Click on images below to see at full
To download, Right-click
(Macintosh='control-click') and select "save target as" (or words to
|Map of the Gingerbread District showing the grid
subdividing the properties in the "table-top" survey, #1 in the download
column on the left. Each extracted image showing a building is
identified in its filename by the latitude and longitude - which will
allow this data to be keyed to a GIS map. Using this map shown
here, one can manually find the buildings as they are also labeled by
the grid square.
Filenames have the following format:
The '2B' is the map grid, the next digits are the latitude and
longitude, the digits after the '--' are from the Pictometry filename so
the original image in Pictometry can be located, and the 'E' stands for
oblique view looking East. (The other coordinates are marked S,W,N, as