I've written previously about the Stony Brook, which runs through Jamaica Plain, but now there is a website devoted to its history. Stony Brook: Gone But Not Forgotten is a fascinating look at one waterway throughout Boston's history. As I wrote in a earlier post, "when we envision what Boston looked like one hundred or two hundred years ago, we generally neglect to add in the topographical features that have been obscured by development. Numerous waterways, some large, some small, drained into Boston Harbor, or the Neponset and Charles Rivers. For the most part, these waterways have been filled in, paved over, or diverted into sewers. Being diverted into a sewer was the fate of the Stony Brook." Stony Brook: Gone But Not Forgotten helps uncover that history and is well worth visting.